Study on vibration characteristics of mistuned bladed disk (Effect of bladed disk structure on mistuning characteristics)

Yasutomo KANEKO, Asakichi MURAKAMI, Toshio WATANABE, Saiji WASHIO
2019 Transactions of the JSME (in Japanese)  
Although bladed disks are nominally designed to be cyclically symmetric (tuned system), the vibration characteristics of all the blades on a disk are slightly different due to the manufacturing tolerance, deviations in the material properties, and wear during operation. These small variations break the cyclic symmetry. Bladed disks with small variations are referred to as a mistuned system. In the forced response of a mistuned bladed disk, the responses of all the blades become different, and
more » ... me different, and the response of a certain blade may become extremely large due to splitting of the duplicated eigenvalues and distortion of the vibration modes. On the other hand, mistuning suppresses blade flutter, because the complete traveling wave mode is not formed in a disk. Although such mistuning phenomena of bladed disks have been studied since 1980s, almost all studies focused on the amplification factor of the displacement response, and few studies researched the amplification factor of the vibratory stress response. In the previous paper, authors studied the amplification factor expressed by the vibratory stress for bladed disks with the continuous ring-blade structure, using the reduced order model SNM (Subset of Nominal Modes), and pointed out that the amplification factor of the displacement and the vibratory stress is different. This work is a follow-up study on the previous paper. The amplification factor of the vibratory stress for bladed disks with the free-standing blade structure is studied, using the reduced order model SNM. Comparing the mistuning phenomena of bladed disks of the continuous ring-blade structure and the free-standing blade structure, the reason why the amplification factor of the displacement and the vibratory stress is different is clarified.
doi:10.1299/transjsme.18-00398 fatcat:xlitndzx5befzaksvlbz4sw37u