Flow Induced Vibration of Power and Process Plant Components: A Practical Workbook
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- Ris (Zotero)
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Although not the most costly, acoustically induced vibration is probably one of the most common vibration problems in the power and process industries. Vessels, piping systems, valve cavities, heat exchanger internals, ducts and many other components are potential resonators in which standing waves can form, while fans, pumps, valves, elbows, obstruction and discontinuities in flow channels, or even the addition or removal of heat all have the potential to excite these standing waves. Once the resonant conditions are met, the resulting sound intensity in most cases will require remedial action. In some cases, acoustic excitation can cause rapid fatigue failure of piping welded points, valve internal parts and other components.