The large-amplitude response of perfect and imperfect, simply supported circular cylindrical shells to harmonic excitation in the spectral neighbourhood of some of the lowest natural frequencies is investigated. Donnell's nonlinear shallow-shell theory is used and the solution is obtained by Galerkin method. Several expansions involving 16 or more natural modes of the shell are used. The boundary conditions on the radial displacement (simply supported shell at both ends) and the continuity of circumferential displacement are exactly satisfied. The effect of internal quiescent, incompressible and inviscid fluid is investigated. The nonlinear equations of motion are studied by using a code based on arclength continuation method. A series of accurate experiments on forced vibrations of an empty and water-filled stainless-steel shell have been performed. Several modes have been intensively investigated for different vibration amplitudes. A closed loop control of the force excitation has been used. The actual geometry of the test shell has been measured and the geometric imperfections have been introduced in the theoretical model. Several interesting nonlinear phenomena have been experimentally observed and numerically reproduced, as: softening-type nonlinearity, different types of travelling wave response in the proximity of resonances and amplitude-modulated response. For all the modes investigated, the theoretical and experimental results are in strong agreement.

Large-amplitude vibrations of empty and fluid-filled circular cylindrical shells with imperfections: Theory and experiments / Amabili, M.; Pellegrini, M.; Pellicano, F.. - 253:2(2002), pp. 1271-1282. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 2002 ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition tenutosi a New Orleans, LA, usa nel 2002 [10.1115/IMECE2002-39033].

Large-amplitude vibrations of empty and fluid-filled circular cylindrical shells with imperfections: Theory and experiments

Amabili M.;Pellicano F.
2002-01-01

Abstract

The large-amplitude response of perfect and imperfect, simply supported circular cylindrical shells to harmonic excitation in the spectral neighbourhood of some of the lowest natural frequencies is investigated. Donnell's nonlinear shallow-shell theory is used and the solution is obtained by Galerkin method. Several expansions involving 16 or more natural modes of the shell are used. The boundary conditions on the radial displacement (simply supported shell at both ends) and the continuity of circumferential displacement are exactly satisfied. The effect of internal quiescent, incompressible and inviscid fluid is investigated. The nonlinear equations of motion are studied by using a code based on arclength continuation method. A series of accurate experiments on forced vibrations of an empty and water-filled stainless-steel shell have been performed. Several modes have been intensively investigated for different vibration amplitudes. A closed loop control of the force excitation has been used. The actual geometry of the test shell has been measured and the geometric imperfections have been introduced in the theoretical model. Several interesting nonlinear phenomena have been experimentally observed and numerically reproduced, as: softening-type nonlinearity, different types of travelling wave response in the proximity of resonances and amplitude-modulated response. For all the modes investigated, the theoretical and experimental results are in strong agreement.
2002 ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition
New Orleans, LA, usa
2002
AMD
253
1271
1282
Amabili, M.; Pellegrini, M.; Pellicano, F.
Large-amplitude vibrations of empty and fluid-filled circular cylindrical shells with imperfections: Theory and experiments / Amabili, M.; Pellegrini, M.; Pellicano, F.. - 253:2(2002), pp. 1271-1282. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 2002 ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition tenutosi a New Orleans, LA, usa nel 2002 [10.1115/IMECE2002-39033].
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