International Conference on Advances in Mechanical and Automation Engineering - MAE 2014
Author(s) : R. WHALLEY
The transverse, dynamic deflection of high speed, wide faced, composite tubular rolls is investigated. General procedures are proposed enabling the analysis of inter-connected units comprising both distributed parameter and rigid, point-wise models. Modelling methods, eliminating intermediate variables are employed facilitating the realization of an overall system, input – output representation. An illustrative study, detailing the analysis and evaluation process is presented. A high speed, MG paper making machine, table roll application is considered. Whirling conditions and the effect of this problem on sheet quality and manufacturing output is commented upon.