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Main Title: Application of the mode-shape expansion based on model order reduction methods to a composite structure
Author(s): Peredo Fuentes, Humberto
Type: Article
Language Code: en
Is Part Of: 10.14279/depositonce-6588
Abstract: The application of different mode-shape expansion (MSE) methods to a CFRP based on model order reduction (MOR) and component mode synthesis (CMS) methods is evaluated combining the updated stiffness parameters of the full FE model obtained with a mix-numerical experimental technique (MNET) in a previous work. The eigenvectors and eigenfrequencies of the different MSE methods obtained are compared with respect to the experimental measurements and with a full FE model solutions using the modal assurance criteria (MAC). Furthermore, the stiffness and mass weighted coefficients (K-MAC and M-MAC respectively) are calculated and compared to observe the influence of the different subspace based expansion methods applying the MAC criteria. The K-MAC and M-MAC are basically the MAC coefficients weighted by a partition of the global stiffness and mass matrices respectively. The best K-MAC and M-MAC results per paired mode-sensor are observed in the subspace based expansion MODAL/SEREP and MDRE-WE methods using the updated stiffness parameters. A strong influence of the subspace based on MOR using MSE methods is observed in the K-MAC and M-MAC criteria implemented in SDTools evaluating the stiffness parameters in a contrieved example.
Issue Date: 2017
Date Available: 11-Apr-2018
DDC Class: 531 Klassische Mechanik, Festkörpermechanik
518 Numerische Analysis
Subject(s): composites
mode-shape expansion
Journal Title: Open Engineering
Publisher: de Gruyter
Publisher Place: Berlin
Volume: 7
Issue: 1
Publisher DOI: 10.1515/eng-2017-0026
Page Start: 199
Page End: 212
ISSN: 2391-5439
Appears in Collections:FG Strukturmechanik und Strukturberechnung » Publications

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