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Title : Investigation of Candidate Features For Crack Detection in Fan and Turbine Blades and Disks
Company : SIMULIA
File Name : investigation-candidate-features-crack-detection-2009.pdf
Size : 101795
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Date : 09-Jul-2011
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Identi fication of fatigue cracks in turbo-machinery components is a vital but costly effort. This work focuses on nonlinearities in the response behavior resulting from the opening and closing of cracks that results in super-harmonic resonances due to harmonic excitations. Experimental results for a cracked cantilever beam are presented as well as the results from numerical simulations of an integrally bladed compressor disk FE model. Identification of sensitive vibration features is expected to contribute to the development of automated crack detection techniques for aircraft engine disks.
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