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Model updating strategy for structures with localised nonlinearities using frequency response measurements / Xing Wang, Thomas L. Hill, Simon A. Neild, Alexander Shaw, Hamed Haddad Khodaparast, Michael Friswell

Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing, Volume: 100, Pages: 940 - 961

Swansea University Authors: Alexander Shaw, Hamed Haddad Khodaparast, Michael Friswell

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This paper proposes a model updating strategy for localised nonlinear structures. It utilises an initial finite-element (FE) model of the structure and primary harmonic response data taken from low and high amplitude excitations. The underlying linear part of the FE model is first updated using low-...

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ISSN: 0888-3270
Published: 2018
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title Model updating strategy for structures with localised nonlinearities using frequency response measurements
spellingShingle Model updating strategy for structures with localised nonlinearities using frequency response measurements
Alexander, Shaw
Hamed, Haddad Khodaparast
Michael, Friswell
title_short Model updating strategy for structures with localised nonlinearities using frequency response measurements
title_full Model updating strategy for structures with localised nonlinearities using frequency response measurements
title_fullStr Model updating strategy for structures with localised nonlinearities using frequency response measurements
title_full_unstemmed Model updating strategy for structures with localised nonlinearities using frequency response measurements
title_sort Model updating strategy for structures with localised nonlinearities using frequency response measurements
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description This paper proposes a model updating strategy for localised nonlinear structures. It utilises an initial finite-element (FE) model of the structure and primary harmonic response data taken from low and high amplitude excitations. The underlying linear part of the FE model is first updated using low-amplitude test data with established techniques. Then, using this linear FE model, the nonlinear elements are localised, characterised, and quantified with primary harmonic response data measured under stepped-sine or swept-sine excitations. Finally, the resulting model is validated by comparing the analytical predictions with both the measured responses used in the updating and with additional test data. The proposed strategy is applied to a clamped beam with a nonlinear mechanism and good agreements between the analytical predictions and measured responses are achieved. Discussions on issues of damping estimation and dealing with data from amplitude-varying force input in the updating process are also provided.
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