Fundamentals of Rotating Machinery Diagnostics
Donald E. Bently,
Charles T. Hatch,
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13 Anisotropic Stiffness
Donald E. Bently ,
Charles T. Hatch ,
Bently, Donald E., Hatch, Charles T., and Grissom, Bob. "Anisotropic Stiffness." Fundamentals of Rotating Machinery Diagnostics. Ed. Donald E. Bently, Charles T. Hatch, and Bob Grissom. ASME Press, 2002.
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The rotor model that we developed in chapter 10 is isotropic, produces only circular, 1X orbits, and predicts one forward balance resonance. The model also serves as a basis for defining the Synchronous Amplification Factor.
Measured Rotor Behavior and Anisotropic Stiffness
Probe Mounting Orientation and Measured Response
Virtual Probe Rotation
Forward and Reverse Vectors
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