Caresta, M and Langley, RS and Woodhouse, J (2013) Shock dynamics of random structures. In: UNSPECIFIED 3562-..Full text not available from this repository.
Predicting the response of a structure following an impact is of interest in situations where parts of a complex assembly may come into contact. Standard approaches are based on the knowledge of the impulse response function, requiring the knowledge of the modes and the natural frequencies of the structure. In real engineering structures the statistics of higher natural frequencies follows those of the Gaussian Orthogonal Ensemble, this allows the application of random point process theory to get a mean impulse response function by the knowledge of the modal density of the structure. An ensemble averaged time history for both the response and the impact force can be predicted. Once the impact characteristics are known in the time domain, a simple Fourier Transform allows the frequency range of the impact excitation to be calculated. Experimental and numerical results for beams, plates, and cylinders are presented to confirm the validity of the method.
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|Divisions:||Div C > Applied Mechanics|
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|Date Deposited:||09 Dec 2016 18:04|
|Last Modified:||27 Feb 2017 03:33|