Critical Speeds of Gyroscopes: Course Held at the Department by Gerhard Schweitzer

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H , the sense of whirling is determined by the sign of always bm> 0. ~m- 1 as If the gyroscopic system contains more rotors further nutational frequencies exist. The calculation of the damping coefficient 5 N needs zeroing of the bracket for H m-1 : Hence, with (3. 9) (3. 10) In general the nutation will be damped. It is quite possible, however, that for special structure of the gyroscopic system ( 3. e. the nutation will be undamped for high rotor velocities. wp the last two terms of (3. to b 0 a 1 + i.

Fit and thus the vector Then, the particular solu- tion ur = We (3. 13) ~nt satisfies the nonhomogeneous equation (3. 14) Mw + (5 - ~ G)w +Fur = -r e ~nt The frequency and the sense of whirling of the forced motion (3. 13) corresponds to that ofthe excitation. This implies that excitations by the angular rotor velocity can cause only forward whirling and no reverse whirling. Substitution of (3. 13) into (3. :! is singular, i. e. 16) exists. etA• 0. This can only occur if the system is undamped and the exciting frequency is equal to a natural frequency w t.

The set of parameters which permits running up with minimal resonance peak is shown in Fig. 10 and is compared to other optimal sets. It is noteworthy that the damping does not go to the upper end of the domain and that the elasticity coefficient of the rotor shaft takes the smallest possible value. All the other parameters take similar values as given by the other criteria. Fig. 8 shows amplitude curves with the lowest possible resonance peak together with the amplitude curves for the initial parameter set of the model.

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