Type of Document Master's Thesis Author Song, Kyongchan Author's Email Address firstname.lastname@example.org URN etd-12132000-004207 Title Development of the Velocity Transformation Function of Damped Flat Shell Finite Element for the Experimental Spatial Dynamics Modeling Degree Master of Science Department Mechanical Engineering Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title West, Robert L. Jr. Committee Chair Leo, Donald J. Committee Member Mitchiner, Reginald G. Committee Member Keywords
- Finite Element Analysis.
- Experimental Spatial Dynamics Modeling
- Flat Shell Finite Element
Date of Defense 2000-09-11 Availability unrestricted AbstractExperimental Spatial Dynamics Modeling (ESDM) is the new process of constructing a three dimensional, complex-valued dynamic model of a harmonically vibrating structure using numerical models and laser-based experimental data obtained from a Scanning Laser Doppler Vibrometer (SLDV).
In ESDM process, a finite element formulation is used to construct a numerical model of a structure. A conventional finite element such as rod, beam, or plate element, can be used to construct the numerical model of a structure from its mid-plane. In this research, the damped flat shell element is developed to construct the numerical models of a cantilever beam and a simply supported flat plate.
The velocity transformation function developed in this research will make possible to use the FE model, constructed by the damped flat shell element, and the laser-based experimental data within a framework of ESDM in the consistent manner.
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