Vibration in a Cracked Machine Tool Spindle with Magnetic Bearings
Huang-Kuang Kung, Bo-Wun Huang*
Identifiers and Pagination:Year: 2008
First Page: 32
Last Page: 39
Publisher Id: TOMEJ-2-1
Article History:Received Date: 02/11/2007
Revision Received Date: 08/04/2008
Acceptance Date: 13/08/2008
Electronic publication date: 9/7/2008
Collection year: 2008
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Due to manufacturing flaws or cyclic loading, cracks frequently appear in a rotating spindle system. These cracks markedly affect the dynamic characteristics in higher modes of the rotating machinery. For faster rotational speeds, especially for super-high-speed cutting, a spindle with magnetic bearings is necessary. However, most investigations into spindle system dynamic characteristics have been confined to ball-bearing-type spindles. The dynamic response of rotating cracked spindle systems with magnetic bearings is examined in this article. A Euler-Bernoulli beam of circular cross section is used to approximate the spindle and the Hamilton principle is employed to derive the equation of motion for the spindle system. The effects of crack depth, rotation speed and bearing length on the dynamic response of a rotating magnetic bearing spindle system are studied.