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Aeroelastic vibrations of structural shapes in highly turbulent flows.

Alfredo Nicholas Barriga Rivera

Aeroelastic vibrations of structural shapes in highly turbulent flows.

by Alfredo Nicholas Barriga Rivera

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Building -- Research.,
  • Turbulence.,
  • Vibration.

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 75 l.
    Number of Pages75
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16745989M

    Zili Zhang, Biswajit Basu and Søren R.K. Nielsen, Tuned liquid column dampers for mitigation of edgewise vibrations in rotating wind turbine blades, Journal of Structural Control and Health Monitoring, 22, (3), , p - Journal Article, 57th AIAA/ASCE/AHS/ASC Structures, Structural Dynamics, and Materials Conference, San Diego, California, January 04‐08, Details Proceedings of a meeting held 4 .

    This is a particularly pertinent question in wall bounded flows since several applications that involve unsteady loads, surface vibrations, acoustic radiation, etc. require near wall representation of turbulent scales with a spatio-temporal bandwidth substantially larger than that implied by WMLES. Table of Publications; Print. Refine List. Type. A baseline-free structural damage indicator based on node displacement of structural mode shapes. Huang, Tianxiang Chaves-Vargas, Mauricio Yang, Jinshui Similarity in non-rotating and rotating turbulent pipe flows. Oberlack, Martin.

      Arena A, Lacarbonara W, Marzocca P () Nonlinear aeroelastic formulation for flexible high-aspect ratio wings via geometrically exact approach. Paper No. AIAA, 52nd AIAA/ASME/ASCE/AHS Structures, Structural Dynamics & Materials Conference, Denver, CO, April 4–7, Google ScholarAuthor: Walter Lacarbonara. DEE 3. Atif Qayyum, Muhammad Salman, Mohammad Bilal Malik Receding horizon observer for linear time-varying systems Transactions of the Institute of Measurement and Control, ISSN, eISSN, Volume: 41 issue: 9, Pages , Jun DEE 4. B.A. Ahmed, A.S. Hakeem, T. Laoui Effect of nano-size oxy-nitride starting precursors on spark plasma sintering of .


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A finite element model of the response of flexible bridges to turbulent winds that takes into account the aeroelastic interactions between air flow and structural movement, encompassing the case Author: Liya Zhao. To harness unused mechanical energy from the environment, researchers have proposed different structural systems for energy-harvesting from base or aeroelastic vibrations (Bryant and Garcia, The structural and aerodynamic behavior of a wind turbine is coupled as the rotational motion and vibrations of the blade change the effective wind velocity on its aerofoil sections.

Icing changes structural and aerodynamic properties of the blade, aeroelastic behavior of the blades is thus by: 1. Computational Wind Engineering 1 Turbulent flows are found everywhere and are of interest to engineers and scientists working in many fields.

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The aeroelastic model includes a structural nonlinearity, which is modelled in a polynomial form. Aeroelastic vibrations are induced by several gusts and atmospheric turbulence, including the discrete “one-minus-cosine” and a notably good approximation in the time-domain to the von Kármán spectrum.

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The aeroelastic behaviour of long-span cable-supported bridges is a very important aspect to study as part of the analysis and design.

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