A computer program for the installation of blading in a turbomachinery rotor resulting in minimum unbalance
Yardimoglu, Ali Riza
Pucci, Paul F.
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The assembly of blades of different masses in a turbomachinery rotor may result in an unbalanced force acting on the rotor during rotation. There is a blade sequence for which a minimum imbalance exists. In this thesis, an algorithm was devised and a computer program was written to determine the sequence for minimum imbalance.
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