Evaluation of Dynamic Coefficients of a Plain Journal Bearing
Application ID: 78201
When analyzing rotors, it is common that bearings are modeled through their effective dynamic coefficients about a static equilibrium position. This model illustrates how to compute such coefficients for a plain journal bearing. The bearing length is kept much smaller than its diameter in order to verify that the calculated coefficients match corresponding analytical values for a short bearing approximation.
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