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Spray automated balancing of rotors

Spray automated balancing of rotors

methods and materials

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, US Army Aviation Systems Command, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in [Washington, D.C.], [Cleveland, Ohio], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementAnthony J. Smalley, Richard M. Baldwin, and Wilbur R. Schick
SeriesAVSCOM technical report -- 88-C-018, NASA contractor report -- 182151, NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-182151
ContributionsBaldwin, Richard M, Schick, Wilbur R, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration, United States. Army Aviation Systems Command
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 v
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14972470M

  Rotors can also be a little more expensive to install. They are spaced further apart, so the material cost can be a little more than what a spray head would be, Diebolt says. “Your primary decision is based on area of coverage and water supply. If I have 12 gallons a minute, I can only put a few rotors on a zone.   In this respect, NASA has come up with a novel approach: spray automated balancing; this is a solution to control material deposition onto a rotating component and therefore, avoid damage to other parts of the assembly due to waste material. Nevertheless, spraying especially needs to ensure high bond strength and appropriate surface finish.

However, on overhung rotors, if vibration in the bearing nearest the overhung mass has an amplitude of approximately four times the vibration in the other bearing, single-plane balancing may work. Overhung rotors with a D/W ratio of or more may sometimes be balanced within the tolerance by a single-plane balance.   product description of ipad rotor balancing kit: This iPad Rotor Balancing Kit turns an iPad into a balancer to assist in rotor operation and maintenance. This kit is available in both wired and.

Balancing is a process of improving the mass distribution of the rotor, so that the inertial axis coincides with the geometric axis. The main balancing methods can be divided into three categories: balancing with a special machine, automatic balancing with a self-compensating device, and field balancing. Sprinkler Head Wrench Stainless Steel PRO, Fastest removal, replacement, repair & adjustment tool No digging or mess. Works on ALL SIZES & ALL BRANDS of Spray & Rotor heads " Hunter Rainbird Toro.


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Get this from a library. Spray automated balancing of rotors: methods and materials. [A Smalley; Richard M Baldwin; Wilbur R Schick; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.; United States. Army Aviation Systems Command.].

This paper describes a new balancing concept: Spray Automated Balancing Of Rotors (SABOR). The Fuel Air Repetitive Explosion (FARE) process of metal film deposition is used to apply discrete amounts of metallic or ceramic particles to a spinning rotor at a controlled angular location on the rotor.

In this way, without stopping the rotor, its mass eccentricity is changed in a manner designed to reduce the vibration sensed by a balancing Cited by: 1.

Spray Automated Balancing of Rotors: Concept and Initial Feasibility Study J. Eng. Gas Turbines Power (October, ) Reduction of Noise Effects for In Situ Balancing of Rotors. This paper describes a new balancing concept: Spray Automated Balancing Of Rotors (SABOR).

The Fuel Air Repetitive Explosion (FARE) process of metal film deposition is used to apply discrete amounts of metallic or ceramic particles to a spinning rotor at a controlled angular location on the by: 6.

This paper addresses the application of spray-automated balancing of rotors, and the influence that various operating parameters will have on balancing performance.

Spray-automated balancing uses the fuel-air repetitive explosion process to imbed short, discrete bursts of high velocity, high temperature powder into a rotating part at an angle selected to reduce. • Spray Automated Balancing of Rotors (SABOR) - It uses the Fuel Air Repetitive Explosion process of metal film deposition to apply discrete amounts of metallic or ceramic particles to a spinning rotor [14].

In this way, without stopping the rotor, its mass eccentricity is changed in a manner designed to reduce the vibration sensed by.

Early online automatic balancing technology is to online re-balance the systems with unbalanced failure, the main methods of which are as follows: (a) On the correction planes, to increase weight online by spraying [6], or to reduce weight online by using electro corrosion and laser cutting [7], is effective for small-sized rotors, but it has.

The methods employed in shop balancing can have a profound impact on the resulting balance condition of the rotor. The impact of shop balance technique is most important when the rotor is relatively flexible and/or long as is common with most turbomachinery.

To improve the balance condition of most high speed flexible rotors, the following. A rigid rotor can be balanced at the two end planes and will stay in balance when in service.

A flexible rotor will require multi-plane balancing. If a rotor is balanced on a low speed balancing machine assuming it is rigid and then in service becomes flexible, then unbalance, and thus high vibration, will be the result.

6. Dynamic balance the tail-rotor according to the procedures in the Mini Assembly Manual. Before performing any extensive forward flight track and balance procedures, check and set your autorotational RPM. Refer to section 7, page 8 of the Mini assembly manual. Forward-Flight Balancing Procedure.

Rotor unbalance is a basic concern in the design and operation of machinery because it is a major cause of excessive vibration. An early flexible- rotor balancing technique, was based on mode shapes (modal method). Moore demonstrated the practical application of the method to heavy rotating equipment.

The controversy between modal and influence coefficient methods. The dynamic vibration absorber, which is adopted to suppress the unbalanced vibration of rotor, is optimized for the optimal parameters in this paper. This paper proposes a parameter optimization method for dynamic vibration absorbers and seeks parameters of a dynamic vibration absorber with better vibration suppression performance.

Firstly, the frequency response. Figure 1. Inertial disk and eddy current probe displacement sensor. Thearle (Thearle, ) developed a machine for dynamically balancing rotating elements or high speed rotors (), where an out-of-balance mass of a rotating element or body can quickly and easily be located, providing the exact amount and location of the balancing mass that should be placed or removed to.

A large body of literature is av ailable on rotor balancing. methods. A rough classification of the v arious balancing. methods is sho wn in Figure 3. Automatic balancing using passive devices. balancing. Balancing machines involved in the production or overhaul of jet engine rotors for flight service should be subjected to periodic balancing machine performance tests in accordance with SAE ARPSAE ARPand SAE ARP Any balancing.

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This epic DIY failure is. This measurement is not needed for balancing the rotor, but will be used later as a check on calculations. 7) Using the equations described in section (calculations) determine the 2 masses required at both planes A&B of the rotor to dynamically balance the rotor.

These calculations will. Balancing – for balancing the unbalanced rotor/shaft the user has to choose parameters of the rotating body on the panel Balancing parameters. The results of balancing can be observed on time responses and/or on the orbits.

Results – the panel displays information before and after balancing. Balancing Your Rotor. In order for a rotor to run smoothly and safely at its operating speed, the load it carries must be balanced.

A rotor can be properly balanced by following some simple rules: A rotor must never be run with buckets missing, although opposing buckets may. Abstract. The paper presents a procedure for identification of unbalance changes of rotor-oil bearing system during its operation. The procedure bases on the monitored trajectories of journals with respect to their bearing cases and the non-linear mathematical model of the rotor system.

This is important, read it carefully! Sprinkler Coverage: The area watered by each sprinkler must overlap substantially the area watered by the adjacent sprinkler. This overlap may seem like a waste at first, but it is a very important necessity.

Without this overlap it would be impossible to design sprinkler systems that provided uniform water Continue reading Sprinkler Coverage. Horizontal manual balancing machines for shafts and rotors. Unbalance correction by masses addition and displacement, milling and drilling.

Manual, semi-automatic and automatic balancing machines for disk-shaped rotating components. Correction of the unbalance by drilling or milling. Manual and semi-automatic balancing machines for turbochargers.A procedure is described for the balancing of rotors without journals, as well as an auxiliary bearing arrangement used to accomplish the balancing of such rotors.

Fluids function to separate the rotor being balanced from the journal exterior of the bearing arrangement and also to separate the rotor from the support surface of the bearing arrangement.