Experimental Study on Friction-Induced Vibration of Water-Lubricated Rubber Stern Bearing at Low Speed
When the stern bearing is operating, friction-induced vibration occurs because of friction and has some potential danger. In vibration test, it discovers that the friction-induced vibration appears at low speed and the vibration has the nature of randomness. The vibration response is nonlinear and a negative correlation is found between vibration intensity and rotational frequency.
E. G. Peng et al., "Experimental Study on Friction-Induced Vibration of Water-Lubricated Rubber Stern Bearing at Low Speed", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 44-47, pp. 409-413, 2011