Vibrations of mechanical systems with regular structure by Ludmilla Banakh, Mark Kempner

By Ludmilla Banakh, Mark Kempner

During this e-book, common constructions are de ned as periodic buildings including repeated parts (translational symmetry) in addition to buildings with a geom- ric symmetry. standard constructions have for a very long time been attracting the eye of scientists by means of the intense great thing about their types. they've been studied in lots of components of technological know-how: chemistry, physics, biology, and so on. structures with geometric symmetry are used extensively in lots of parts of engineering. many of the different types of bases less than machines, cyclically repeated varieties of stators, relief gears, rotors with blades fixed on them, and so on. characterize commonplace constructions. The learn of real-life engineering constructions faces enormous dif culties simply because they contain lots of operating mechanisms that, in flip, encompass many various elastic subsystems and components. The computational versions of such structures signify a hierarchical constitution and comprise hundreds of thousands and hundreds of thousands of parameters. the most difficulties within the research of such structures are the dim- sion aid of version and revealing the dominant parameters that confirm its dynamics and shape its strength nucleus. the 2 most generally used ways to the simulation of such platforms are as follows: 1. tools utilizing lumped parameters types, i.e., a discretization of the unique method and its illustration as a method with lumped parameters [including nite-element technique (FEM)]. 2. using idealized components with dispensed parameters and identified analytical suggestions for either the neighborhood parts and the subsystems.

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5 Dimension Reduction of Dynamic Compliance Matrix 21 Fig. 6 Collateral dynamic compliance e31 as a function of the frequency of the exciting force ω Therefore, the method of dynamic stiffness can be treated as a dynamic analogy of the displacements method in the statics, and the method of dynamic compliances as a dynamic analogy of the forces method in the static. 5 Dimension Reduction of Dynamic Compliance Matrix One of the important advantages of the method of dynamic stiffness (compliances) is the decomposition of the system into component subsystems.

The note. 2) can be treated also as a projection operator of a group with translational symmetry (Chap. 4). From Eqs. 2) we find the dispersion equation that relates the oscillation frequency to the wave parameter μ: cos μ = 1 − Jω2 . 3) As follows from Eq. 3), the frequency ω is a periodic function of the μ. Let us consider the interval −π ≤ μ ≤ π (Fig. 2). It can be seen from Eq. 3) that the harmonic solution exists only when ω < ω0 , where cos μ < 1. In this case Eq. 2) takes the form ϕr = C1 Cosμr + C2 Sinμr.

1). Suppose at first that this system is endless. 1) where k is the stiffness of the shaft between the disks and J is the inertia moment of disk. This equation is a finite-difference equation. It is known [22, 42] that an n- order homogeneous linear finite-difference equation has n linearly independent particular solutions. These solutions form a fundamental system. The general solution of the homogeneous equation is a sum of the linearly independent particular solutions and contains n arbitrary constants.

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