General Mechanical

General Mechanical

Rotordynamics

    • RayJBL
      Subscriber

       Hi,


      I have been trying to create a Campbell diagram for a torsional vibration study I have been doing. I found this tutorial: 



      I also found this, which I'm assuming is Ansys official and using exactly the same process as the above video:


      https://support.ansys.com/staticassets/ANSYS/Conference/Palm%20Beach/downloads/ANSYS%20Rotordynamics.pdf


      At about 10:54 it mentions loading in a ADPL file in .inp format. I have searched for the specific file online (Rotordynsetup.inp) and find Chinese torrents of tutorials for version 13.0. I have attempted to re-write the text from the video into a text file and then saved it as a .inp


      My questions are: can I find this file somewhere? Would Ansys have an archive of older Tutorials that I could access this file?


      Is what I'm doing correct (writing in notepad and saving as .inp)? Would someone be willing to look over the text file to see if I have copied correctly?


      Does anyone have experience with producing Rotordynamic outputs in regards to torsional vibration? 


       

    • Karthik R
      Administrator

      Hello,


      I am moving this question to the 'Structural Mechanics' thread so it gets more visibility. Good luck!


      Best Regards,


      Karthik

    • Sandeep Medikonda
      Ansys Employee

      Hi Ray,


        You can find the verification examples in the help.


        I think you might find VM247 and VM254 helpful. Note that the input decks with commands are provided there as well.


      Regards,
      Sandeep

    • RayJBL
      Subscriber

      Hi Sandeep,


      I don't seem to have access to the customer portal,


      Where can i find my account number with my Academic licence? Then I can create an account.


      Thanks


      Ray 

    • peteroznewman
      Subscriber

      Ray,


      Here is the workaround to open help for Student license users.


      Regards,
      Peter

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