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dc.contributor.authorDarpe, A K-
dc.contributor.authorChawla, A-
dc.contributor.authorGupta, K-
dc.identifier.citationJournal of Sound and Vibration, 249(3), 429-445en
dc.description.abstractThe coupling of lateral and longitudinal vibrations due to the presence of transverse surface crack in a rotor is explored. Steady state unbalance response of a Jeffcott rotor with a single centrally situated crack subjected to periodic axial impulses is studied. Partial opening of crack is considered and the stress intensity factor at the crack tip is used to decide the extent of crack opening. A crack in a rotor is known to introduce coupling between lateral and longitudinal vibrations. Therefore, lateral vibration response of a cracked rotor to axial impulses is studied in detail. Spectral analysis of response to periodic multiple axial impulses shows the presence of rotor bending natural frequency as well as side bands around impulse excitation frequency and its harmonics due to modulations caused by rotor running frequency. It is concluded that the above approach can prove to be a useful tool in detecting cracks in rotors.en
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dc.subjectLongitudinal vibrationsen
dc.subjectJeffcott rotoren
dc.subjectAxial impulsesen
dc.subjectDetecting cracksen
dc.titleAnalysis of the response of a cracked jeffcott rotor to axial excitationen
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