EPJ Web Conf.
Volume 180, 2018EFM17 – Experimental Fluid Mechanics 2017
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Published online||04 June 2018|
Influence of Eccentricity and Angular Velocity on Force Effects on Rotor of Magnetorheological Damper
Brno University of Technology, Victor Kaplan Department of Fluid Engineering, 61669 Brno, Czech Republic
2 VŠB - Technical University of Ostrava, IT4Innovations, 70833 Ostrava, Czech Republic
* Corresponding author: Dominik.Sedivy@vutbr.cz
Published online: 4 June 2018
This article presents the evaluation of force effects on squeeze film damper rotor. The rotor is placed eccentrically and its motion is translate-circular. The amplitude of rotor motion is smaller than its initial eccentricity. The force effects are calculated from pressure and viscous forces which were measured by using computational modeling. Damper was filled with magnetorheological fluid. Viscosity of this non-Newtonian fluid is given using Bingham rheology model. Yield stress is not constant and it is a function of magnetic induction which is described by many variables. The most important variables of magnetic induction are electric current and gap width between rotor and stator. The simulations were made in finite volume method based solver. The motion of the inner ring of squeeze film damper was carried out by dynamic mesh. Numerical solution was solved for five different initial eccentricities and angular velocities of rotor motion.
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