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energy decaying scheme for nonlinear dynamics of shells

Carlo L. Bottasso

energy decaying scheme for nonlinear dynamics of shells

by Carlo L. Bottasso

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Hampton, Va, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nonlinear mechanics.,
  • Shells (Engineering),
  • Structural dynamics.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesICASE
    StatementCarlo L. Bottasso, Olivier A. Bauchau and Jou-Young Choi.
    SeriesICASE report -- no. 2000-43, NASA/CR -- 2000-210557, NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-2000-210557.
    ContributionsBauchau, Olivier A., Choi, Jou-Young., Institute for Computer Applications in Science and Engineering., Langley Research Center.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination23 p. :
    Number of Pages23
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19000167M

      An Energy Decaying Scheme for Nonlinear Dynamics of Shells A novel integration scheme for nonlinear dynamics of geometrically exact shells is developed based on the inextensible director assumption. The new algorithm is designed so as to imply the strict decay of the system total mechanical energy at each time step, and consequently unconditional stability is achieved in the nonlinear . Purchase Theory of Shells, Volume 3 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN ,

    This paper presents a positional FEM formulation to deal with geometrical nonlinear dynamics of shells. The main objective is to develop a new FEM methodology based on the minimum potential energy theorem written regarding nodal positions and generalized unconstrained vectors not displacements and rotations. These characteristics are the novelty of the present work and avoid the . D Kuhl and MA Crisfield. Energy-conserving and decaying algorithms in nonlinear structural dynamics. International journal for numerical methods in engineer 5 (), Google Scholar; Detlef Kuhl and Ekkehard Ramm. Constraint energy momentum algorithm and its application to non-linear dynamics of shells.

    An Attempt at the Classification of Energy Decaying Schemes for Structural and Multibody Dynamics. Multibody System Dynamics, 12 (2): (). Download: Abstract / PDF preprint. l L. Trainelli, A. Croce. A Comprehensive View of Rotation Parameterization. 4 th European Congress ECCOMAS , Jyväskylä, Finland, July 24–28,   Kuhl, D. and Ramm, E. [] “ Constraint energy momentum algorithm and its application to non-linear dynamics of shells,” J. Appl. Mech. , – Google Scholar Kuhl, D. and Crisfield, M. A. [ ] “ Energy-conserving and decaying algorithms in non-linear structural dynamics,” Int. J. Numer.


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Energy decaying scheme for nonlinear dynamics of shells by Carlo L. Bottasso Download PDF EPUB FB2

A novel integration scheme for nonlinear dynamics of geometrically exact shells is developed based on the inextensible director assumption. The new algorithm is designed so as to imply the strict decay of the system total mechanical energy at each time step, and consequently unconditional stability is achieved in the nonlinear by: An energy decaying scheme for nonlinear dynamics of shells Article in Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering () April with 32 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

A novel integration scheme for nonlinear dynamics of geometrically exact shells is developed based on the inextensible director assumption. The new algorithm is designed so as to imply the strict decay of the system total mechanical energy at each time step, and consequently unconditional stability isachieved in the nonlinear regime.

On the Design of Energy Preserving and Decaying Schemes for Flexible, Nonlinear Multi-Body Systems,” An Energy Preserving/Decaying Scheme for Nonlinearly Constrained Multibody Systems,” A New Energy and Momentum Conserving Algorithm for the Nonlinear Dynamics of Shells,” Int.

Numer. Methods by: Abstract. Energy preserving/decaying schemes are presented for the simulation ofthe nonlinear multibody systems involving shell components. Theproposed schemes are designed to meet four specific requirements:unconditional nonlinear stability of the scheme, a rigorous treatmentof both geometric and material nonlinearities, exact satisfaction ofthe constraints, and the presence of high Cited by:   In this work, we present an approach to analyze the nonlinear dynamics of shell structures, which relies on the combination of a mixed finite element formulation and a robust integration scheme that is presented in a differential-algebraic setting.

The structure is spatially discretized with extensible-director-based solid-degenerate shells. On the Modeling of Shells in Multibody Dynamics On the Modeling of Shells in Multibody Dynamics Bauchau, Olivier; Choi, Jou-Young; Bottasso, Carlo Energy preserving/decaying schemes are presented for the simulation ofthe nonlinear multibody systems involving shell components.

Theproposed schemes are designed to meet four specific requirements:unconditional nonlinear. Energy preserving/decaying schemes are presented for the simulation ofthe nonlinear multibody systems involving shell components.

Theproposed schemes are designed to meet four specific. This paper analyzes the formulation of energy preserving/decaying schemes for dynamics problems. We argue that any energy preserving/decaying scheme can always be seen as composed of an underlying temporal discretization, that is then slightly modified in order to prove a discrete energy bound within a time step.

While the details of the modified scheme depend in a critical way on the. The rotation-free element can be extended for solving geometrically nonlinear problems using a corotational (CR) frame.

However, its accuracy may be lost if the approach is used directly. Therefore, a new nonlinear rotation-free shell element is formulated to improve the accuracy of the local bending strain energy using a CR frame. 1 Introduction The formulation of integration algorithms for nonlinear dynamics of geometrically exact shells is the focus of this work.

The partial differential equations governing this class of problems are known to present a rich mathematical structure. a family of energy decaying (ED) schemes that imply a controllable energy decay.

This paper presents a simple implicit time integration scheme for transient response solution of structures under large deformations and long-time durations. The authors focus on a practical method using implicit time integration scheme applied to structural dynamic analyses in which the widely used Newmark time integration procedure is unstable, and not energy-momentum conserving.

An Energy Decaying Scheme for Nonlinear Dynamics of Shells Carlo L. Bottasso Politecnico di Milano, Milano, Italy Olivier A. Bauchau and Jou-Young Choi Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia ICASE NASA Langley Research Center Hampton, Virginia Operated by Universities Space Research Association November Prepared for Langley.

solve by using standard implicit time-stepping schemes, such as Newmark’s method. To resolve this important issue, a very active research have been elaborated on conserving or/and decaying energy time-stepping schemes for nonlinear dynamics of rods [1–3] and shell-like structures [4,5]undergoing large overall motion.

A geometrically exact shell element is developed within the finite-element, multibody dynamics-based Rotorcraft Comprehensive Analysis System. The shell element accommodates transverse shear deformation as well as arbitrarily large displacements and rotations.

This book focuses on structure-preserving numerical methods for flexible multibody dynamics, including nonlinear elastodynamics and geometrically exact models for beams and shells.

It also deals with the newly emerging class of variational integrators as well as Lie-group integrators. It discusses. Kuhl, D. and Crisfield, M.A., Energy-conserving and decaying algorithms in non-linear structural dynamics. Int J Numer Methods Eng. v45 i5.

Google Scholar [9]. Hauret, P. and Le Tallec, P., Energy-controlling time integration methods for nonlinear elastodynamics and low-velocity impact. Comput Methods Appl Mech Eng. v i A new formulation for corotational nonlinear dynamic analysis of thin-shell structures involving large displacements and finite rotations has been presented in this paper.

By introducing the kinematic description of the geometrically exact quasi-static shell model to describe the motion of an arbitrary material point in a triangular shell element, the new expressions for the inertial force.

an energy‐conserving co‐rotational procedure for the dynamics of planar beam structures. galvanetto. corresponding author.

energy preserving and energy decaying schemes and the generalized-fi method, (‰1 = ), in each case with equal time steps of ¢t = £ seconds. Figure 18 shows the overall response of the system: the de°ected beam conflguration predicted by the energy decaying scheme is shown at second intervals.

The solid lines. Nonlinear Structural Dynamics Using FE Methods emphasises fundamental mechanics principles and outlines a modern approach to understanding structural dynamics.

This will be useful to practising engineers but also students who will find advanced topics presented in an accessible manner.Energy Preserving/Decaying Schemes for Non-Linear Elastic Multibody Systems. 7 th International Workshop on Dynamics and Aeroelastic Stability Modeling of Rotorcraft Systems, Washington University, St.

Louis, MO, USA, October4 U. Iemma, L. Morino, L. Trainelli. A Finite-State BEM Method for Acoustoaeroelasticity of Shells.Anovel integration scheme for nonlinear dynamics of geometrically exact shells is developed based on the inextensible director assumption.

The new algorithm is designed so as to imply the strict decay of the system total mechanical energy at each time step, and consequently unconditional stabilityisachieved in the nonlinear regime.