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Conclusion A work has been carried out on the modeling of dynamic response of marine GT rotor shaft systems. It is shown that when a system is subjected to force harmonic excitation, its vibration response takes place at the same frequency as that of the excitation. To determine the response of the shaft under vibration, readings were collected from bearings 1, 2, and 3 of GT 17 in Afam thermal Station as shown in table 1, while the engine characteristics are shown in Appendix A. Equation 40 was developed to determine the response of the system under vibration.
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