An adoption of matrix techniques is proposed as a method for the solution of torsional natural frequencies in a branch or geared shaft system. Both fundamental and higher mode shapes and frequencies are produced by a comparatively rapid and straightforward technique. The method is illustrated by a numerical example of a coupled turbine and reciprocating engine system driving a common propeller.
A Note on the Calculation of Torsional Natural Frequencies of Branch Systems
A. C. Gilbert
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Gilbert, A. C. (February 1, 1972). "A Note on the Calculation of Torsional Natural Frequencies of Branch Systems." ASME. J. Eng. Ind. February 1972; 94(1): 279–283. https://doi.org/10.1115/1.3428122
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