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Optimal design against structural vibration and instability.

Niels Olhoff

Optimal design against structural vibration and instability.

by Niels Olhoff

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Published by Solid Mechanics, TechnicalUniversity of Denmark in Lyngby .
Written in English


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Pagination60 s
Number of Pages60
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Open LibraryOL19745415M

Get this from a library! Structural optimization under stability and vibration constraints. [Michał Życzkowski; International Centre for Mechanical Sciences.;] -- Optimal design of structures leads, as a rule, to slender and thin-walled shapes of the elements, and such elements are subject to the loss of stability. Hence the constraints of structural.   The recent introduction of active and passive structural control methods has given structural designers powerful tools for performance-based design. However, structural engineers often lack the tools for the optimal selection and placement of such systems.

  Book Description. Safety, Reliability, Risk and Life-Cycle Performance of Structures and Infrastructures contains the plenary lectures and papers presented at the 11th International Conference on STRUCTURAL SAFETY AND RELIABILITY (ICOSSAR, New York, NY, USA, June ), and covers major aspects of safety, reliability, risk and life-cycle performance of structures and . Problems of optimal structural design.- Formulation of optimization problems.- Design objectives and their criteria.- Design variables.- Constraints and their criteria.- Classification of constraints.- Strength constraints and the shapes of uniform strength.- Stability constraints.- Stiffness or.

Here, the design engineering team at MIDFIX discusses the issues caused by vibration, the various types, and what can be done to control structural vibration in the first instance. Mechanical contractors will know that if rotating and reciprocating machinery are used, these types of machinery tend to vibrate. Structural Vibration: Analysis and Damping benefits from my earlier book Structural Vibration Analysis: Modelling, Analysis and Damping of Vibrating Structures which was published in but is now out of print. This enhanced successor is far more comprehensive with more analytical discussion, further consideration of damping sources.


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Optimal design against structural vibration and instability by Niels Olhoff Download PDF EPUB FB2

Mathematically, optimal structural design under stability constraints usually leads to optimization with respect to eigenvalues, but some cases fall even beyond this type of problems. A total of over 70 books has been devoted to structural optimization as yet, but none of them has treated stability constraints in a sufficiently broad and.

The first optimal design problem for an elastic column subject to buckling was formulated by Lagrange over years ago. However, rapid development of structural optimization under stability constraints occurred only in the last twenty years. In numerous optimal structural design problems the stability phenomenon becomes one of the most important factors, particularly for slender and thin.

Optimal design of structures leads, as a rule, to slender and thin-walled shapes of the elements, and such elements are subject to the loss of stability. Hence the constraints of structural optimizati. An optimal procedure for the design of rotor blade that generates low vibratory hub loads in nonaxial flow conditions is presented and applied to a helicopter rotor in forward flight, a condition where vibrations and noise become severe.

Blade shape and structural properties are the design parameters to be identified within a binary genetic optimization algorithm under aeroelastic stability Cited by: 2. As dynamic instability is inherently prominent and particularly damaging in high‐speed precision cutting, design for dynamics is favored for the design of precision machine tool systems [1].

The approach employs computer‐based analysis and design tools to optimize the dynamic performance of machine tool design at the system level.

M.A. LANGTHJEM, Y. SUGIYAMAOptimum shape design against flutter of a cantilevered column with an end-mass of finite size subjected to a non-conservative load Journal of Sound and Vibration, (), pp. Materials, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal.

Dear Colleagues, Researchers are already applying optimization methods and the mechanics of structural elements in series, from the use of mechanical models to the description of objective functions, and finally to quantify the best solutions with the help of various optimization algorithms.

Vibration control engineering of vibration-sensitive advanced technology facilities (ATFs) generally involves some combination of measurement and analysis for which data representation must be consistent. Applications include the following: 1. Design of structural and mechanical systems, including vibration isolation, and.

Measurements in operating facilities to verify compliance with. Theory of Arched Structures: Strength, Stability, Vibration presents detailed procedures for analytical analysis of the strength, stability, and vibration of arched structures of different types, using exact analytical methods of classical structural analysis.

The material discussed is divided into four parts. Part I covers stress and strain with a particular emphasis on analysis; Part II. This book concerns the vibration and the stability of slender structural components.

The loss of stability of structures is an important aspect of structural mechanics and is presented here in terms of dynamic behavior.

A variety of structural components are analyzed with a view to predicting their response to various (primarily axial. Thus, effective control methods are needed to protect against structural vibration in buildings, and rapid finite-time convergence is a key performance indicator for vibration control systems.

Abstract. This book entitled Development and Application of Nonlinear Dissipative Device in Structural Vibration Control contains contributions that focus on the development and application of innovative nonlinear dissipative systems that mitigate the potentially catastrophic effects of extreme loading by incorporating new materials or effective mechanical control technologies.

Optimal design of structures leads, as a rule, to slender and thin-walled shapes of the elements, and such elements are subject to the loss of stability.

This paper describes the design process of a new asphalt slab track able to reduce vibrations induced by railway vehicles. In a first stage, the optimal dosage of the asphalt mixture including plastic waste is determined and the cross section designed.

Then, a real stretch of asphalt slab track is built in an operating tram line in which real acceleration data sets are collected. optimal shape did have points where the cross section vanishes. In the work long unnoticed outside the Soviet Union, Nikolai was the rst author who considered that anomaly of Clausen’s solution, [1].

Roughly speaking, the optimal column at the ends does not recognize the dif-ference between any applied nite load and, for example, its doubled. structural control. Control topics are introduced at beginner level, with no knowledge of controls needed to read the book.

The heart of this manuscript was first developed in the early s and published in under the title Vibration with Control, Measurement and Stability. That book went out of. Sadjad Gharehbaghi, Mohsen Khatibinia, Optimal seismic design of reinforced concrete structures under time-history earthquake loads using an intelligent hybrid algorithm, Earthquake Engineering and Engineering Vibration, /s, 14, 1, (), ().

Theory of Arched Structures: Strength, Stability, Vibration presents detailed procedures for analytical analysis of the strength, stability, and vibration of arched structures of different types, using exact analytical methods of classical structural analysis.

The material discussed is divided into four parts. Part I covers stress and strain with a particular emphasis on analysis; Part II. The building structural vibration control by an active mass damper (AMD) with delayed acceleration feedback is studied.

The control is designed with a multi-objective optimal approach. The stable region in a parameter space of the control gain and time delay is obtained by using the method of stability switch and the numerical code of NDDEBIFTOOL.

INTRODUCTION TO VIBRATION AND STABILITY ANALYSIS OF MECHANICAL SYSTEMS S. Dwivedy Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati,India Abstract In this lecture note the vibration of linear and nonlinear dynamical systems has been briefly discussed.

Both inertia and energy based approaches have been introduced to. The optimal value of damping, maximizing the energy dissipation, is also explicitly represented by system parameters. Optimal Design of a Passive Vibration Absorber for a Truss Beam,” Journal of Guidance, Control and Dynamics, Vol.

7 Current Research on the Vibration and Stability of Axially Moving Materials,”.An advanced technique for damage detection in beam structures, using a vibration characteristic tuning procedure is developed by an optimal design of piezoelectric materials. Piezoelectric sensors and actuators are mounted on the surface of the host beam to generate excitations for the tuning via a feedback process.Stability and Optimization of Structures: Generalized Sensitivity Analysis is the first book to address issues of structural optimization against nonlinear buckling.

Through the investigation of imperfection sensitivity, worst imperfection and random imperfection based on concrete theoretical framework, it is shown that optimization against.