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Fundamentals of Rotating Machinery Diagnostics

By
Donald E. Bently
Donald E. Bently
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Charles T. Hatch
Charles T. Hatch
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Bob Grissom
Bob Grissom
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ISBN:
9780971408104
No. of Pages:
756
Publisher:
ASME Press
Publication date:
2002

Rotor systems are subjected to many kinds of forces. Forces can act in radial and axial directions, and torques and moments can act in angular directions. These forces can be static, or unchanging in direction and time, or they can be dynamic, where they can change in magnitude or direction with time.

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