Data for: The Extraction of Campbell Diagrams from the Dynamical System Representation of a FoilAir Bearing Rotor Model

Philip Bonello
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First file: matrices used in rotor equations 2(e) for section 4 case study; H_VP is the modal matrix in eq. (4) augmented over 20 points that have z coordinates defined in the 20 by 1 vector z.
Second file: matrices used in the FFSMM equations (10(a)) for section 5 case study; the names of the Matlab variables follow the nomenclature of reference [30] (Bin Hassan, Bonello (2017) "A new modalbased approach...", Journal of Sound and Vibration).
Third file: matrices used in rotor equations 2(e) for section 6 case study; H_VP is the modal matrix in eq. (4) augmented over 20 points that have z coordinates defined in the 20 by 1 vector z.
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First file: matrices used in rotor equations 2(e) for section 4 case study; H_VP is the modal matrix in eq. (4) augmented over 20 points that have z coordinates defined in the 20 by 1 vector z.
Second file: matrices used in the FFSMM equations (10(a)) for section 5 case study; the names of the Matlab variables follow the nomenclature of reference [30] (Bin Hassan, Bonello (2017) "A new modalbased approach...", Journal of Sound and Vibration).
Third file: matrices used in rotor equations 2(e) for section 6 case study; H_VP is the modal matrix in eq. (4) augmented over 20 points that have z coordinates defined in the 20 by 1 vector z.
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20190429
Published: 20190429
DOI: 10.17632/kbjz4k5649.1
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Bonello, Philip (2019), “Data for: The Extraction of Campbell Diagrams from the Dynamical System Representation of a FoilAir Bearing Rotor Model”, Mendeley Data, v1 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/kbjz4k5649.1
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