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The 1:1 Internally Resonant Response of a Cantilever Beam Attached to a Rotating Body
1990-1999
  • Christopher L Lee, Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering
  • K D Murphy
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
3-1-1998
Abstract
Modal coupling in the dynamics of a cantilever beam attached to a rotating body is investigated using a coupled, non-linear three-degree-of-freedom model which includes the effects of centrifugal stiffening. The near-resonant response of two lateral modes (one in-plane and one out-of-plane as defined by the plane of rotation) driven by a peridoic out-of-plane excitation is examined for the case in which the natural frequencies of the lateral modes are commensurate in a near one-to-one ratio. The existence and stability of periodic solutions are examined using a second order perturbation analysis. Regions in the system parameter space are identified where single- or multi-mode response may occur. Typical responses involve Hopf, saddle node and pitchfork bifurcations.
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© 1998 Elsevier. This article was published in Journal of Sound and Vibration, vol. 211, iss. 2, p. 179-194 and may be found here.

Citation Information
Christopher L Lee and K D Murphy. "The 1:1 Internally Resonant Response of a Cantilever Beam Attached to a Rotating Body" (1998)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/christopher_lee/33/