Designers and operators of rotating machinery have to deal with the effects of machine vibration and wear. The increasing demands for quieter machine operation, longer machine life and a greater efficiency of operation have led to the use of sophisticated design aids. Research into rotating machinery is therefore of substantial and increasing importance. Rotordynamics '92 provides a record of some of the most recent research methods and results relating to the design and operation of rotating machinery. The conference is international in character and draws on research from a wide range of respected sources.
Balancing; torsion; cracked structures; bladed systems; seals; analytical methods; condition monitoring; bearings; case studies; vibration control; fluid effects; stability; modelling; simulation.
Number Of Pages: 421
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 29.69 x 21.01
Weight (kg): 1.07