Centrifugal stress in conical rotors and rotors of arbitrary cross section
Harshberger, Robert Lee
Troutman, Darrell Clinton
Gawain, Theodore H.
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Part I of this report evaluates a computer solution for the centrifugal stresses in rotors of arbitrary cross section, as proposed by Lt. R. A. Johnson in 1965- This solution was found to be unstable and in its present form is unacceptable. Part II is an evaluation of the hot spin test unit of the United States Naval Postgraduate School. This facility was found capable of measuring centrifugal strains with excellent accuracy. Part III presents a new and original analytical solution for the stresses in any conical rotor of constant thickness. The theoretically predicted stresses are found to be in close agreement with the measured values for the particular rotor tested.
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