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Helicopter rotors
Brožek, Petr ; Pejchar, Jan (referee) ; Petrásek, Miloslav (advisor)
The Bachelor thesis Helicopter rotors has several purposes. Delineate historical development of the helicopters as a vehicle and combat vehicle. Describe main parts and their roles in helicopter. Put into aerodynamics of the rotors. Create overview of the most commonly used types of the helicopter main rotors and anti-torque configurations for contemporary helicopters, followed by a more detailed analysis.
Effect of the controllable bearings lubricated by magnetically sensitive oil on vibration of rigid rotors
Zapoměl, Jaroslav ; Ferfecki, P.
Dynamical properties of hydrodynamic bearings depend of the Sommerfeld number. To avoid rupture of the oil film of heavily loaded bearings or inducing self-excited oscillation of rotors operating at high angular velocities the Sommerfeld number should remain in a certain interval that depends of the bearing size and design. The only parameter that can be changed during the rotor running to adapt the Sommerfeld number and thus the bearing performance to the current operating conditions is the dynamical viscosity. This is offered by application of magnetic fluids as lubricants. This paper reports on a new design concept of a controllable hydrodynamic bearings lubricated by composite liquid. The research is focused on investigation of the possibilities of the control process on the load capacity of the bearings and on the rotor vibration amplitude attenuation.
Helicopter rotors
Brožek, Petr ; Pejchar, Jan (referee) ; Petrásek, Miloslav (advisor)
The Bachelor thesis Helicopter rotors has several purposes. Delineate historical development of the helicopters as a vehicle and combat vehicle. Describe main parts and their roles in helicopter. Put into aerodynamics of the rotors. Create overview of the most commonly used types of the helicopter main rotors and anti-torque configurations for contemporary helicopters, followed by a more detailed analysis.
Concepts of reducing the forces transmitted between the rigid rotor and its frame based on magnetorheological damping devices
Zapoměl, Jaroslav ; Ferfecki, Petr ; Kozánek, Jan
A usual technological solution how to reduce forces transmitted between the rotor and its stationary part is to apply a flexible suspension with damping devices placed between the rotor and its casing. Optimum performance of the constraint damping elements can be achieved if their damping effect is controllable. As the control depends only on speed of the rotor rotation that does not vary rapidly the semiactive devices based on utilization of the magnetorheological phenomenon can be used for this purpose. Then the damping force is controlled by the change of electric current generating magnetic flux passing through the layer of the magnetorheological lubricant. Three concepts of their arrangement were studied: magnetorheological dampers with only one layer of the magnetorheological liquid and dampers with two separated layers formed by the normal oil and magnetorheological lubricants in the serial and parallel arrangements.
The stability investigation of vibrations of flexibly supported rigid rotors damped by hybrid magnetorheological damping elements
Zapoměl, Jaroslav ; Kozánek, Jan ; Ferfecki, Petr
A usual technological solution how to reduce the time varying forces transmitted between the rotor and its casing consists in application of a flexible suspension and in adding the damping devices to the constraint elements. To achieve their optimum performance their damping effect must be controllable. For this purpose a concept of a hybrid damping device working on the principle of squeezing the layers of normal and magnetorheological oils have been developed. Here in this paper, there is investigated influence of the proposed damping element on stability of the rotor vibrations induced by its imbalance during the steady state operating regimes. The stability is evaluated by two approaches: by utilization of a transition matrix and the Floquet theorem and by the evolutive method. The former determines the stability by means of magnitude of the largest eigenvalue of the transition matrix set up over the span of time of one period, the later by time evaluation of eigenvalues of the system linearized in a small neighbourhood of the steady state phase trajectory of the rotor during one period and calculation of the corresponding damping ratio or logarithmic decrement.

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