dynamic unbalance

dynamic unbalance

[dī¦nam·ik ən′bal·əns]
(mechanical engineering)
Failure of the rotation axis of a piece of rotating equipment to coincide with one of the principal axes of inertia due to forces in a single axial plane and on opposite sides of the rotation axis, or in different axial planes.
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The electric machine can "meet its design requirements and the transmission meet its design requirements, but the combined system fails due to subsystem interactions." That failure covers both comfort and mechanical issues: "Drivetrain noise is more exposed due to little or no engine noise; electric machine excitations (radial forces, torque ripple) and drivetrain excitations (transmission error); complex interactions between electric machine and drivetrain; and high speeds causing dynamic unbalance."
Arvan, "Research on the cross-coupling of a two axes gimbal system with dynamic unbalance," International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems, vol.
Mechanically induced noise is generated by impacting metal parts, such as gear teeth clashing, vanes sticking in slots, pump misalignment, dynamic unbalance, excessive wear in components, valve noise, vibrating tubing, resonance in the system, etc.

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