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Multi Body Vibration Analysis of 3 Axis Slide for Mass Damper Design

Originální název

Multi Body Vibration Analysis of 3 Axis Slide for Mass Damper Design

Anglický název

Multi Body Vibration Analysis of 3 Axis Slide for Mass Damper Design

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en

Originální abstrakt

Vibration analysis has a key role in machine design. However, the modal analysis based on FEM (finite element method) could be too slow for the machine with changeable topology. This work presents rigid body based model in MSC ADAMS for a low-frequency vibration analysis of multi-spindle lathe slide. This example represents a three-axis motion system with dominant contact stiffness in linear guideways. The model was used for cutting stability estimation and for dynamic damper development. The validation of this model was done by experimental measurement and by FEM model calculation. In the future, due to its computational effeciency, the model could be used for artificial topological optimization of this machine.

Anglický abstrakt

Vibration analysis has a key role in machine design. However, the modal analysis based on FEM (finite element method) could be too slow for the machine with changeable topology. This work presents rigid body based model in MSC ADAMS for a low-frequency vibration analysis of multi-spindle lathe slide. This example represents a three-axis motion system with dominant contact stiffness in linear guideways. The model was used for cutting stability estimation and for dynamic damper development. The validation of this model was done by experimental measurement and by FEM model calculation. In the future, due to its computational effeciency, the model could be used for artificial topological optimization of this machine.

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BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT150748,
  author="Petr {Hadraba} and Zdeněk {Hadaš}",
  title="Multi Body Vibration Analysis of 3 Axis Slide for Mass Damper Design",
  annote="Vibration analysis has a key role in machine design. However, the modal analysis based on FEM (finite element method) could be too slow for the machine with changeable topology. This work presents rigid body based model in MSC ADAMS for a low-frequency vibration analysis of multi-spindle lathe slide. This example represents a three-axis motion system with dominant contact stiffness in linear guideways. The model was used for cutting stability estimation and for dynamic damper development. The validation of this model was done by experimental measurement and by FEM model calculation. In the future, due to its computational effeciency, the model could be used for artificial topological optimization of this machine.",
  address="Institute of Termomechanics AS",
  booktitle="Engineering Mechynics 2018",
  chapter="150748",
  doi="10.21495/91-8-281",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Institute of Termomechanics AS",
  year="2018",
  month="may",
  pages="281--284",
  publisher="Institute of Termomechanics AS",
  type="conference paper"
}