Analytical And Experimental Techniques For Solving Pump Structural Resonance Problems.
Proper use of current analytical and experimental techniques is essential to finding and solving structural resonance problems in pumps. Available techniques vary from the relatively simple to the very complex. Accuracy of the analysis depends on the techniques used and how they are applied to the particular application. Various types of analytical and experimental techniques are discussed with guidelines on the proper use, and limitations, of these techniques. Three case studies of different pump resonance problems are presented as examples of how these techniques have been successfully applied.
Cornman, Robert E. (1986). Analytical And Experimental Techniques For Solving Pump Structural Resonance Problems.. Turbomachinery Laboratories, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Texas A&M University. Available electronically from