Developing a digital twin of rotating machines requires a clear understanding of the rotor dynamics and the various types of measurement techniques used to measure torsional vibration.
Predicting critical speed and natural frequency of rotating components helps to understand its operating threshold, torsional vibrations, and avoid dynamic instabilities.
This webinar gives a practical overview of the rotating machinery fundamentals helping engineering teams to have a clear understanding of the dynamic phenomena involved and deliver better performance, i.e., reduce emissions, noise, vibration, and increase durability.
You will learn:
- What is an order and how to measure it?
- What is torsional vibration, the type of problems it causes, and various techniques to resolve such issues?
- Understand the difference between resolving problems in the angle domain or time domain
What are torsional vibrations?
Torsional vibration is the angular vibration of an object—commonly a shaft along its axis of rotation.
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