@inproceedings{ab5a18612f4541768dd4097b1d146fe2,

title = "Torsional vibration analysis of shafts with sections of tapered diameter",

abstract = "This paper presents the development of two tapered finite elements for use in torsional vibration analysis of rotor systems. These elements are particularly useful in analysis of systems that have shaft sections with linearly varying diameters. Both elements are defined by two ends node, and inertia matrices are derived based on a consistent mass formulation. One element assumes a cubic displacement function and has two degrees of freedom at each node: rotation about the shaft's axis and change in angle of rotation with respect to the axial distance along the shaft.The other element assumes a linear displacement function and has one rotational degree of freedom at each node.",

author = "Baker, {John R.} and Rouch, {Keith E.}",

year = "1993",

language = "English",

isbn = "0791806391",

series = "American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Design Engineering Division (Publication) DE",

pages = "55--65",

booktitle = "Vibration of Rotating Systems",

note = "null ; Conference date: 19-09-1993 Through 22-09-1993",

}