Measuring the performance of a novel fluid film bearing supporting a rotor on a stationary shaft, by non-contacting means

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Martin, J. K.;
(2004)

A description is given of a multi-body dynamics rig for testing a novel rotor fluid film bearing system. The design included a composite rotor supported on a stationary central shaft, with loading applied by non-contacting electromagnets. The shaft included hydrostatic ... View more
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