In the presented study the nonlinear vibrations of a fluid-filled circular cylindrical shell under seismic excitation is investigated. A PET thin shell with an aluminum top mass is harmonically excited from the base through an electrodynamic shaker in the neighborhood of the natural frequency of the first axisymmetric mode. The dilatant fluid is composed of a cornstarch-water mixture with 60% cornstarch and 40% water of total weight. The preliminary results show a strong non-linear response due to the coupling between the fluid and structure and the shaker-structure interaction that leads to a very interesting dynamic response of the system. The specimen is a polymeric circular cylindrical shell: an aluminum cylindrical mass is glued on the shell top edge; conversely, the bottom edge of the shell is clamped to a shaking table. The following sensors have been adopted: three triaxial accelerometers placed on the top mass at 120°, a monoaxial accelerometer at the base of the shell, a laser vibrometer to measure the lateral velocity on the mid-height of the shell. The test article has been excited in the axial direction through a harmonic load, with a step-sweep controlled output, the voltage signal sent to the shaker amplifier is closed-loop controlled; to avoid interaction between the control system and the specimen under study, no controls have been used for controlling the shaker base motion. The harmonic forcing load consists of a stepped-sine sweep of frequency band 100-500 Hz with a step of 2.5 Hz. All the tests have been performed with the shell full filled with quiescent fluid. The dynamic scenario is carefully analyzed by means of time histories, spectra, phase portraits and Poincaré maps. The experiments show the onset of complex dynamics: subharmonic and quasiperiodic responses, Chaos.

Seismic vibration of shells with non-Newtonian fluid interaction: Experiments / Pellicano, F.; Zippo, A.; Iarriccio, G.. - (2021). ((Intervento presentato al convegno 27th International Congress on Sound and Vibration, ICSV 2021 tenutosi a Online Conference nel 11-16 July 2021.

Seismic vibration of shells with non-Newtonian fluid interaction: Experiments

Pellicano F.;Zippo A.;Iarriccio G.
2021

Abstract

In the presented study the nonlinear vibrations of a fluid-filled circular cylindrical shell under seismic excitation is investigated. A PET thin shell with an aluminum top mass is harmonically excited from the base through an electrodynamic shaker in the neighborhood of the natural frequency of the first axisymmetric mode. The dilatant fluid is composed of a cornstarch-water mixture with 60% cornstarch and 40% water of total weight. The preliminary results show a strong non-linear response due to the coupling between the fluid and structure and the shaker-structure interaction that leads to a very interesting dynamic response of the system. The specimen is a polymeric circular cylindrical shell: an aluminum cylindrical mass is glued on the shell top edge; conversely, the bottom edge of the shell is clamped to a shaking table. The following sensors have been adopted: three triaxial accelerometers placed on the top mass at 120°, a monoaxial accelerometer at the base of the shell, a laser vibrometer to measure the lateral velocity on the mid-height of the shell. The test article has been excited in the axial direction through a harmonic load, with a step-sweep controlled output, the voltage signal sent to the shaker amplifier is closed-loop controlled; to avoid interaction between the control system and the specimen under study, no controls have been used for controlling the shaker base motion. The harmonic forcing load consists of a stepped-sine sweep of frequency band 100-500 Hz with a step of 2.5 Hz. All the tests have been performed with the shell full filled with quiescent fluid. The dynamic scenario is carefully analyzed by means of time histories, spectra, phase portraits and Poincaré maps. The experiments show the onset of complex dynamics: subharmonic and quasiperiodic responses, Chaos.
27th International Congress on Sound and Vibration, ICSV 2021
Online Conference
11-16 July 2021
Pellicano, F.; Zippo, A.; Iarriccio, G.
Seismic vibration of shells with non-Newtonian fluid interaction: Experiments / Pellicano, F.; Zippo, A.; Iarriccio, G.. - (2021). ((Intervento presentato al convegno 27th International Congress on Sound and Vibration, ICSV 2021 tenutosi a Online Conference nel 11-16 July 2021.
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