Dynamic balancing modal analysis and vibration suppressing design for reciprocating compressor crankshaft

Yi-Cheng Huang, Fong You Lee

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Abstract

The purpose of this study is to improve the problem of vibration which occurs in a running reciprocating compressor, by determining an optimal crankshaft counterweight and narrowing the movement trajectory of the crankshaft connecting rod mechanism. An analytical solution method is applied to satisfy the requirements for vibration reduction. Use of finite element software is to simulate the modality and deformation of crankshaft under various conditions of counterweight. Modal testing shows a difference of less than 6 % between the simulation and the experimental results. After the crankshaft counterweight is machined and installed, the new crankshaft is able to reduce compressor vibrations from 32 mm/s down to 15.8 mm/s and noise reduction of 3 dB. This study can provide information pertaining to the design process and assessment to any future new compressor designs.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMechatronics and Applied Mechanics
Pages996-999
Number of pages4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2012 Mar 16
EventMechatronics and Applied Mechanics - Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Duration: 2011 Dec 272011 Dec 28

Publication series

NameApplied Mechanics and Materials
Volume157-158
ISSN (Print)1660-9336
ISSN (Electronic)1662-7482

Other

OtherMechatronics and Applied Mechanics
CountryHong Kong
CityHong Kong
Period11-12-2711-12-28

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Reciprocating compressors
Crankshafts
Modal analysis
Vibrations (mechanical)
Compressors
Connecting rods
Noise abatement
Trajectories
Testing

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Engineering(all)

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Huang, Y-C., & Lee, F. Y. (2012). Dynamic balancing modal analysis and vibration suppressing design for reciprocating compressor crankshaft. In Mechatronics and Applied Mechanics (pp. 996-999). (Applied Mechanics and Materials; Vol. 157-158). https://doi.org/10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMM.157-158.996
Huang, Yi-Cheng ; Lee, Fong You. / Dynamic balancing modal analysis and vibration suppressing design for reciprocating compressor crankshaft. Mechatronics and Applied Mechanics. 2012. pp. 996-999 (Applied Mechanics and Materials).
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