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Modal Control of Cantilever Beam Using a Gyrostabilizer

Olkan Çuvalcı1, Faruk Ünker2,*, Turgut Batuhan Baturalp3, Utku Gülbulak3, Atila Ertaş3

1 Department of Mechanical Engineering, Karadeniz Technical University, Trabzon, 61080, Turkey
2 Department of Mechanical Engineering, Gümüşhane University, Gümüşhane, 29100, Turkey
3 Department of Mechanical Engineering, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, 79409, USA

* Corresponding Author: Faruk Ünker. Email: email

Sound & Vibration 2021, 55(4), 281-294.


In this paper, an experimental model of a horizontal cantilever beam with a rotating/oscillating attached to the shaker for harmonic excitation at the one end and a gyrostabilizer at the other end is built to verify the equations of the Lagrangian model. The primary focus of the study was to investigate the parameters of excitation amplitude, natural frequency, rotating mass (disk mass), and disk speed of gyro that would minimize the amplitude of the beam to identify these effects. Numerical and experimental results indicate that the angular momentum of the gyrostabilizer is the most effective parameter in the reduction of beam displacement.


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Çuvalcı, O., Ünker, F., Baturalp, T.B., Gülbulak, U., Ertaş, A. (2021). Modal control of cantilever beam using a gyrostabilizer. Sound & Vibration, 55(4), 281-294.
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Çuvalcı O, Ünker F, Baturalp TB, Gülbulak U, Ertaş A. Modal control of cantilever beam using a gyrostabilizer. Sound Vib . 2021;55(4):281-294
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O. Çuvalcı, F. Ünker, T.B. Baturalp, U. Gülbulak, and A. Ertaş "Modal Control of Cantilever Beam Using a Gyrostabilizer," Sound Vib. , vol. 55, no. 4, pp. 281-294. 2021.

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