Gangemi, PJ and Caresta, M and Kessissoglou, NJ (2011) Hybrid passive/active inertial actuators to attenuate the structural response of a submerged hull. Australian Acoustical SocietyConference 2011, Acoustics 2011: Breaking New Ground. pp. 244-251.Full text not available from this repository.
This paper theoretically investigates the application of tuned vibration absorbers and hybrid passive/active inertial actuators to reduce the vibrational responses of plates and shells. The passive/active actuators are initially applied to a simple plate. A model of a submerged hull consisting of a ring stiffened finite cylinder with bulkheads and external fluid loading is then considered. The fluctuating forces from the propeller result in excitation of the low frequency global hull modes. Inertial actuators and tuned vibration absorbers are located at each end of the hull and in circumferential arrays to reduce the hull structural response at its axial resonances. The control performance of the hybrid passive/active inertial actuator, where the passive component is tuned to a structural resonance, is compared to the attenuation achieved by a fully passive tuned vibration absorber. This work shows the potential of using hybrid passive/active inertial actuators to attenuate the global structural responses of a submerged vessel.
|Divisions:||Div C > Applied Mechanics|
|Depositing User:||Cron Job|
|Date Deposited:||15 Dec 2015 13:36|
|Last Modified:||01 May 2016 06:03|