Bladed disks are key components of turbomachines and their dynamic behavior is strongly conditioned by their small accidental lack of symmetry referred to as blade mistuning. The experimental identification of mistuned disks is complicated due to several reasons related both to measurement and data processing issues. This paper describes the realization of a test rig designed to investigate the behavior of mistuned disks and develop or validate data processing techniques for system identification. To simplify experiments, using the opposite than in the real situation, the disk is fixed, while the excitation is rotating. The response measured during an experiment carried out in the resonance-crossing condition is used to compare three alternative techniques to estimate the frequency-response function of the disk.

Experimental Investigation on a Bladed Disk with Traveling Wave Excitation

Carassale, Luigi;Rizzetto, Elena
2021-01-01

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Bladed disks are key components of turbomachines and their dynamic behavior is strongly conditioned by their small accidental lack of symmetry referred to as blade mistuning. The experimental identification of mistuned disks is complicated due to several reasons related both to measurement and data processing issues. This paper describes the realization of a test rig designed to investigate the behavior of mistuned disks and develop or validate data processing techniques for system identification. To simplify experiments, using the opposite than in the real situation, the disk is fixed, while the excitation is rotating. The response measured during an experiment carried out in the resonance-crossing condition is used to compare three alternative techniques to estimate the frequency-response function of the disk.
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