A modal-based balancing method for a high-speed rotor without trial weights

Zhang, Yun; Li, Meng; Yao, Hongzhi; Gou, Yanjie; Wang, Xiaoyu

The unbalance-induced vibration of a high-speed rotor directly affects the manufacturing accuracy. To effectively suppress this undesired vibration and avoid the complicated process of using trial weights during the balancing adjustment, a modal-based balancing method for a high-speed rotor without trial weights is proposed. First, the matrix sweep operation is employed to acquire the unbalance equivalent plane (EP). Next, the equivalent concentration methods, using the vector feedback principle (VFP) and modal equivalent principle (MEP), respectively, are studied and compared, while the equivalent transfer of the continuous unbalance vector to the EP is realized. Then, through modal analysis and the MEP, a balancing method, without trial weights required, is proposed for the high-speed rotor, which only needs to collect vibration data below critical speed. Finally, the rotor model and the presented method are validated on a rotor test platform, where the simulation and experiment results show that the unbalance-induced vibration has been effectively suppressed, ensuring smooth and safe operation of the rotor at high speed.

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Zhang, Yun / Li, Meng / Yao, Hongzhi / et al: A modal-based balancing method for a high-speed rotor without trial weights. 2021. Copernicus Publications.

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