Two-dimensional modeling of an aircraft engine structural bladed disk-casing modal interaction

Abstract : In modern turbo machines such as aircraft jet engines, structural contacts between the casing and bladed disk may occur through a variety of mechanisms: coincidence of vibration modes, thermal deformation of the casing, rotor imbalance due to design uncertainties to name a few. These nonlinear interactions may result in severe damage to both structures and it is important to understand the physical circumstances under which they occur. In this study, we focus on a modal coincidence during which the vibrations of each structure take the form of a k-nodal diameter traveling wave characteristic of axi-symmetric geometries. A realistic two-dimensional model of the casing and bladed disk is introduced in order to predict the occurrence of this very specific interaction phenomenon versus the rotation speed of the engine. The equations of motion are solved using an explicit time integration scheme in conjunction with the Lagrange multiplier method where friction is accounted for. This model is validated from the comparison with an analytical solution. The numerical results show that the structures may experience different kinds of behaviors (namely damped, sustained and divergent motions) mainly depending on the rotational velocity of the bladed disk.
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Mathias Legrand, Christophe Pierre, Patrice Cartraud, Jean-Pierre Lombard. Two-dimensional modeling of an aircraft engine structural bladed disk-casing modal interaction. Journal of Sound and Vibration, Elsevier, 2009, 319 (1-2), pp.366-391. <10.1016/j.jsv.2008.06.019>. <hal-00328186v2>



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