Analytical Nonlinear Response for a Rotor with the Hertz Contact and Clearance.
Rotor system is a kind of mechanical model describing rotating system, which has been applied used in rotating engineering areas [1, 2], for example power generation , aviation , wind turbines , turbofan , etc. The resonance phenomena in the rotating system [7, 8] which will damage rotary machinery, therefore it is necessary to do the work on improving the stability of rotating system .
The complexity behavior of nonlinear rotor system is a long-standing problem in the mechanical engineering and rotary machine. So far, many researchers investigate the nonlinear vibration of the nonlinear rotor system with Hertz contact force. Nayak given the theoretical foundation of the observation phenomenon of vibration point contact experiment for the detailed physical explanation . Hess and Soom studied nonlinear vibration with the Hertz contact by using multi-scale perturbation method . Gauthier et al. studied the indentation problem of elastic half space under the action of Coulomb friction and the action of monotonic normal force . Xiao et al. determined the inherent frequency of the undamped vibration of the mass with the Hertzian contact stiffnes by using three methods . Bidi et. al. estimated the contact force and duration of the cylindrical curved double plate by modified Hertz contact theory and shell shear deformation theory . Machado et al. seen a bearing as a polydisperse granular chain which interact Hertzian contact between rolling elements and cage components . Yan, based on the Hertz contact theory and the Winkler foundation, derived analytical formulas of rolling resistance of belt conveyor . Ojolo and Eweina predicted the exact cracking force of cashew nut based on a mathematical model of contact stress of two bodies, the Hertz's theory and assumption of uniaxial compressive load . Nadimi and Fonseca presented the Hertzian response of a single soil grain with the tensile strength by both the experimental and the numerical investigation . Du et al. estimated the tread contact stiffness and given the theoretical support of the wheel face design by using an innovative method based on the Hertz theory . Sladkowski given Hertz--Beliaev solution of the problem of the contact elastic hemispheres which have been examined by means of FEM . Although various nonlinear rotor models have been proposed in the past hundred years [21-23], an analytical solution of nonlinear rotor with Hertz and clearance has not been achieved [24, 25].
The motivations of this paper were: 1. To establish a typical rotor system consisting of a disk, a shaft and a stator with Hertz contact; 2. To present the governing equation of complex form for this system by the Lagrangian approach; 3. To find the natural frequency theoretically for both the free and the forced vibration by the complex harmonic balance (CHBM) method; 4. To verify the theoretical formula by the numerical integration.
2. Rotor system
2.1. Dynamical model
As shown in Fig. 1, the rotor model consists of a disc, the stator with Hertz contact and clearance. All the variables of the model can be illustrated in Table 1.
2.2. Equation of motion
Consider the rotor system with Hertz and clearance in Fig. 1, the kinetic energy is:
[mathematical expression not reproducible] (1)
where: Z=X+Yi is the complex number and i = [??] is the imaginary unit.
The internal energy formula can be obtained as follow:
[mathematical expression not reproducible] (2)
The Coulomb dissipative formula is:
[mathematical expression not reproducible] (3)
where: n is the viscous damping coefficient.
The external perturbation:
Q = m[DELTA][[OMEGA].sup.2]exp(i[OMEGA]T). (4)
The Lagrangian L:
Using the Lagrangian equation and the Coulomb dissipative function, i.e.:
[mathematical expression not reproducible] (6)
The differential equation of motion for a nonlinear rotor system with complex clearances was derived:
mZ + nZ + k[1/|Z|]ZH(|Z|-[delta])[(|Z|-[delta]).sup.1.5] = Q, (7)
where: Z = dZ/dT =X+Yi.
By the transformation of [[omega].sup.2.sub.0] = [k/m], [zeta] = [n/2m[[omega].sub.0]] the vector equation for the system (7) can be written in follow form:
[mathematical expression not reproducible] (8)
Define the transformation of variables as follows:
z = [Z/[DELTA]], [[delta].sub.0] = [[delta]/[DELTA]], t = T[[omega].sub.0], [omega] = [[OMEGA]/[[omega].sub.0]]. (9)
The rotor system (8) is rewritten as the dimensionless expression as follows:
z" + 2[zeta]z' + z [1/|z|] H(|z|-[[delta].sub.0])[(|z|-[[delta].sub.0]).sup.1.5] = [[omega].sup.2][e.sup.i[omega]t], (10)
where: z' = [dz/dt] = x' + y'i.
2.3. Nonlinear restoring forces and potential energy
The expression of dimensionless restoring force is:
f(z) = z [1/|z|]H(|z|-[[delta].sub.0])[(|z|-[[delta].sub.0]).sup.1.5] =f(x) + f(y)i. (11)
The surfaces of dimensionless forces [f.sub.x] and [f.sub.y] are plotted in Fig s. 2, a - c, which are both considered as functions of x and y, determined by the real section of formula (11). It is seen from Fig. 2 that f(x) decreases from positive to negative with x. From Figs. 2, b - d, the dimensionless force f(y) is a function of vertical displacement y, decided by the imaginary section of bearing clearance [[delta].sub.0] in formula (11). The gradient, especially the stiffness of the mechanism, is determined by the values of x and y.
Dimensionless nonlinear potential energy function can be expressed as:
V = [2/5]H(|z|-[[delta].sub.0])[(|z|-[[delta].sub.0]).sup.2.5]. (12)
Fig. 3 shows the nonlinear curves of potential energy V varying with x and y, and presents the complex inner surface of the depression. The results show that the potential curves are concave under any combination of parameters.
The dimensionless nonlinear Hamilton energy function can be expressed:
H = [1/2][|z'|.sup.2] + [2/5]H(|z|-[[delta].sub.0])[(|z|-[[delta].sub.0]).sup.2.5], (13)
with the help of the Hamilton function Eq. (13), the trajectories could be classified and analyzed.
3. The free rotation system
3.1. Natural frequency
By letting parameters [zeta] = 0, [omega] = 0,[[delta].sub.0] = 0 the free vibration for the system (10) can be obtained as follows:
z" + z[|z|.sup.0.5] = 0. (14)
It is an autonomous system without gap, damp and external force.
The solution of rotor system (14) of the free vibration can be obtained:
z = A[e.sup.i[omega]t]. (15)
And submitting Eq. (15) into Eq. (14), we obtained:
A[e.sup.i[omega]t](-[[omega].sup.2] +[A.sup.0.5]) = 0. (16)
Based on the expression Aexp(i[omega]t)[not equal to]0, the natural response frequency co in Eq. (14) can be obtained as follows:
[omega] = [+ or -][??], (17 a)
and the vibration period is:
T = [2[pi]/[omega] = [2[pi]/[??]], (17 b)
here: [omega] denotes the natural response frequency and is a function of the response amplitude A of free vibration.
The amplitude and frequency of the rotor are shown in Eq. (17 a). The relationship between amplitude A and frequency [omega] are illustrated in Fig. 4. As shown in Fig. 4, a, the amplitude A increases with the frequency [omega]. In Fig. 4, b the amplitude A decreases with the periodic T.
3.2. Hardening stiffness characteristic
For a nonlinear free rotation system (14), the natural frequencies and periods are physical parameters related to the initial conditions. As shown in Fig. 5, a, the phase diagram of the system (14) at fixed intervals under different initial conditions of ([x.sub.0], 0, 0, 0) with [x.sub.0] = 0, 2, 4, 6, 8. As illustrated in Fig. 5, b, the phase portraits of system (14) for the initial conditions of (0, 0, 0, [y.sub.0]') with [y.sub.0]' = 0, 2, 4, 6, 8. It is found that the higher the amplitude, the longer the corresponding period, so the system behavior has the characteristic of hardening stiffness.
4. The forced rotating system
4.1. Clearance-free forced rotation system
Under conditions of the viscous damping [zeta] [not equal to] 0, [omega] = 0, [[delta].sub.0] = 0 and the external periodic force [omega] [not equal to] 0, the clearance [[delta].sub.0] [not equal to] 0, the form of disturbance damped rotor system is as follows:
z" + 2[zeta]z' + z[|z|.sup.1.5] = [[omega].sup.2][e.sup.i[omega]t], (18)
where: the [zeta] is the damping ratio, and the [omega] is the external excitation frequency.
4.1.2. Frequency response characteristics
The particular solution for the force-rotating system (18) can be defined:
z = A[e.sup.i([omega]t-[theta])], (19)
submitting Eq. (19) into the force-rotating system (18), then it is can be obtained:
z = H([omega],A)[DELTA], (20)
where: H([omega], A) is a complex variables function of the frequency [omega] and the amplitude A. The Amplitude-frequency function is obtained as follows:
[mathematical expression not reproducible] (21)
where the magnification factor [beta] for amplitude is:
[mathematical expression not reproducible] (22)
and the phase angle [theta] is given as follows:
[mathematical expression not reproducible] (23)
The relationship of the frequency [omega] and the magnification factor [beta] is interdependency, named the frequency-amplitude response. From the Fig. 6, the frequency response was plotted by taking the damping ratio [zeta] as the control parameter. It was found that there was the jump bifurcation phenomenon.
4.1.2. Attraction domain of periodic response
As shown in Fig. 7, we plotted the attracting set in initial plane ([x.sub.0], [y.sub.0]) to show attracting regions of the big periodic solution marked by symbol * , also the small periodic solution denoted by symbol. It was interesting found that the shape of the attraction region looks like a spider.
It is can be seen in Fig. 8, under initial conditions of *, a stable large periodic solution is obtained by numerical method in order to show the historical characteristics of time. Figs. 8, a - d give the time histograms of axle trajectory, horizontal and vertical axis trajectory for the large periodic orbit, respectively.
From the Fig. 9, in order to show the historical properties of time, the stable small periodic solutions are given under initial conditions of [??].
However, numerical simulation cannot obtain an unstable periodic orbit, because the unstable orbit is related to the transient motion.
4.1.3. General solution
The general solution of system (18) is assumed as:
[mathematical expression not reproducible] (24)
where: [[lambda].sub.1]=[[omega].sub.0], [[lambda].sub.2]=-[[omega].sub.0] the first two terms are general regular solutions, and the last one is special solutions.
Using the initial conditions ([x.sub.0], [x.sub.0], [y.sub.0],[y.sub.0]) we obtained the:
[z.sub.0]=[C.sub.3]+[C.sub.4]+A[e.sup.i[theta]], (25 a)
[z.sub.0]' = [[lambda].sub.1][C.sub.3]+[[lambda].sub.2][C.sub.4] + iA[omega][e.sup.i[theta]], (25 b)
here: [C.sub.3], [C.sub.4] denote undetermined parameters.
By establishing synchronization in the equation (25), we get:
[mathematical expression not reproducible] (26)
[mathematical expression not reproducible] (27)
Substituting coefficients (26) and (27) into the Eq. (24), the general solution of system (18) was obtained as:
[mathematical expression not reproducible] (28)
where: [[lambda].sub.1] = -[zeta] + [??], [[lambda].sub.2] = -[zeta] - [??], A = [[[omega].sup.2]/[??]] [theta] = arctan([2[zeta][omega]/-[[omega].sup.2] + [epsilon][A.sup.0.5]]).
4.2. The forced rotation system with clearance
4.2.1. Amplitude frequency
The force-rotating model for system (8) with the rotor system Hertz and clearance can be rewritten in the following form:
z" + 2[zeta]z' + zH(|z|-[[delta].sub.0])[(|z|-[[delta].sub.0]).sup.1.5] =[[omega].sup.2] [e.sup.i[omega]t]. (29)
The above system is an inherent nonlinear system with jump function, signum function, and 1.5 order fractal nonlinearity.
For rotating system (29) with clearances, the derivation of the amplitude-frequency relationship is as follows.
[mathematical expression not reproducible] (30)
The phase-frequency relationship [theta] was expressed:
[mathematical expression not reproducible] (31)
Fig. 10 shows the effect of clearance [delta] = 2, 1, 0.5 and 0.0 on the amplitude-frequency resonance curve of a forced rotating rotor under Hertz contact force and clearance. It is found that the system behaviors hysteretic characteristic. It should be emphasized that the amplitude A can be reduced and shifted to the left by increasing the clearance coefficient [delta] of the main resonance region. Therefore, there is a method to reduce the risk of rotor rotation, that is, to increase clearance [delta].
In this paper, the frequency response of a rotor system with piecewise nonlinearity of Hertzian contact fractal power and bearing clearance is studied. A complex equation of motion for this rotor system was deduced using the Lagrange equation. The natural frequency and phase portraits of the unperturbed rotor system were obtained to demonstrate hardening stiffness characteristics. The amplitude frequency responses and attraction basins of multiple solutions for the perturbed rotatory system without clearance were investigated. The analytical form of amplitude frequency responses of the perturbed system with clearance were analyzed. The theoretical results are verified by numerical simulation and in good agreement with the numerical results.
The authors acknowledge the financial supports from the Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant No. 51705241, No. 11802118), the National Science Foundation of Jiangsu Province (Grant No. BK20170808).
4.2.2. Numerical simulation
The Runge-Kutta method is used to simulate the amplitude-frequency response in steady state, and the reliability of the theoretical response formula of perturbed rotor system is verified.
As shown in Fig. 11, the numerical simulation results (expressed in circles [??]) verify the accuracy of theoretical results (expressed in solid line -) for the presented rotor system. Several comparisons between theoretical results and numerical results show that periodic dynamics has a good correlation.
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Zijian ZHANG (*), Yangyang DONG (*), Yanwei HAN (**)
(*) School of Astronautics, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 29 Qinhuai Rd, Nanjing, Jiangsu, 210016, China, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
(**) Department of Engineering Mechanics, Henan University of Science and Technology, 263 Kaiyuan Rd, Luoyang, Henan 471023, China, E-mail: email@example.com
Received September 19, 2018
Accepted November 21, 2019
Table 1 Variables of the model k Stator's radial stiffness [delta] Radial clearance of bearing O Intersection of bearing axis and the plane X-Y C Mass centre of rotor disc m Disc's mass D Geometrical centre of rotor disc [DELTA] Disc's eccentricity [OMEGA] Rotor's spinning speed
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