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Rotordynamic experiments are performed on two hollow tubular Carbon/Epoxy filament wound composite shafts. The experiments comprise of determination of critical speed and unbalance response as well as orbital and spectrum analysis. Step-wise progressive balancing near the critical speed was needed to operate the shaft in the super-critical region. Critical speeds determined from experiments match extremely well with theoretical values obtained from the equivalent modulus beam theory.
Professor, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi,
Assistant professor, Regional Engineering College, Jalandhar,
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