• finite element model updating of vibrating structures under free–free boundary conditions for modal damping prediction

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    • تاریخ ارائه: 1390/01/01
    • تاریخ انتشار در تی پی بین: 1390/01/01
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    a method to predict resonance frequencies and modal loss factors of bare and damped samples, using constrained layer damping treatment, under free–free boundary conditions is proposed. in a first phase, measurements of the frequency response functions of these two specimens are performed. in a second phase, a finite element model of the undamped sample is developed. the novelty lies in the consistent modelling of the suspension with spring–damper elements defined with stiffness and damping coefficients with fixed values over the whole considered frequency range. by updating these, the agreement between experiments and simulation is further improved. in a third phase, a finite element model of the damped sample, with constrained layer damping material, is realized. a good agreement with experimental results is obtained thanks to an optimization algorithm used to determine the material parameters of the viscoelastic layer at various frequency. a comparison with experimental results, from a dynamic mechanical analysis, confirms the consistency of the results from the optimization process.

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