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Author Allen, Matthew S.,
Title Substructuring in engineering dynamics : emerging numerical and experimental techniques / Matthew S. Allen, Daniel Rixen, Maarten van der Seijs, Paolo Tiso, Thomas Abrahamsson, Randall L. Mayes.
Imprint Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2020]

LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
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Author Allen, Matthew S.,
Series CISM International Centre for Mechanical Sciences, courses and lectures, 2309-3706 ; volume 594.
Courses and lectures ; no. 594.
Subject Structural dynamics.
Alt Name Rixen, Daniel,
Seijs, Maarten van der,
Tiso, Paolo,
Abrahamsson, Thomas,
Mayes, R. (Randy),
LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 OHIOLINK SPRINGER EBOOKS    ONLINE  
View online
Author Allen, Matthew S.,
Series CISM International Centre for Mechanical Sciences, courses and lectures, 2309-3706 ; volume 594.
Courses and lectures ; no. 594.
Subject Structural dynamics.
Alt Name Rixen, Daniel,
Seijs, Maarten van der,
Tiso, Paolo,
Abrahamsson, Thomas,
Mayes, R. (Randy),
Description 1 online resource (284 pages).
Note Description based upon print version of record.
4.9 Substructuring with State-Space Models
Contents Intro; Preface; Contents; 1 Introduction and Motivation; 1.1 Divide and Conquer Approaches in the History of Engineering Mechanics; 1.2 Advantages of Substructuring in Mechanical Engineering; References; 2 Preliminaries: Primal and Dual Assembly of Dynamic Models; 2.1 The Dynamics of a Substructure: Domains of Representation; 2.1.1 Spatial Descriptions; 2.1.2 Spectral Representation; 2.1.3 State Representation; 2.1.4 Summary of Representation Domains; 2.2 Interface Conditions for Coupled Substructures; 2.2.1 Interface Equilibrium; 2.2.2 Interface Compatibility; 2.3 Primal and Dual Assembly
2.3.1 Primal Assembly2.3.2 Dual Assembly; 2.3.3 Usefulness of Different Assembly Formulations; References; 3 Model Reduction Concepts and Substructuring Approaches for Linear Systems; 3.1 Model Reduction-General Concepts (Reduced Basis); 3.1.1 Reduction by Projection; 3.1.2 The Guyan-Irons Method; 3.1.3 Model Reduction Through Substructuring; 3.2 Numerical Techniques for Model Reduction of Substructures; 3.2.1 The Hurty/Craig-Bampton Method; 3.2.2 Substructure Reduction Using Free Interface Modes; 3.2.3 Numerical Examples of Different Substructure Reduction Techniques
3.2.4 Other Reduction Techniques for Substructures3.3 Interface Reduction with the Hurty/Craig-Bampton Method: Characteristic Constraint Modes; 3.3.1 System-Level Characteristic Constraint (S-CC) Modes; 3.3.2 Local-Level Characteristic Constraint Modes; 3.4 State-Space Model Reduction; 3.4.1 Structural Dynamics Equations in State Space; 3.4.2 State Observability and State Controllability; 3.4.3 State-Space Realizations; 3.4.4 State-Space Reduction Based on Transfer Strength; References; 4 Experimental Substructuring; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Why Is Experimental Substructuring So Difficult?
4.3 Basics of Frequency-Based Substructuring (FBS)4.3.1 Lagrange Multiplier FBS-the Dual Interface Problem; 4.3.2 Lagrange Multiplier FBS-the Dually Assembled Admittance; 4.3.3 On the Usefulness of Dual Assembly of Admittance in Experimental Substructuring; 4.3.4 Weakening the Interface Compatibility; 4.3.5 Dual Assembly in the Modal Domain; 4.3.6 A Special Case: Substructures Coupled Through Bushings; 4.4 Substructure Decoupling; 4.4.1 Theory of Decoupling; 4.4.2 Inverse Substructuring; 4.4.3 The Transmission Simulator Method for Substructuring and Substructure Decoupling
4.5 Measurement Methods for Substructuring4.6 Virtual Point Transformation; 4.6.1 Interface Modeling; 4.6.2 Virtual Point Transformation; 4.6.3 Interface Displacement Modes; 4.6.4 Measurement Quality Indicators; 4.6.5 Instrumentation in Practice; 4.7 Real Applications; 4.7.1 Experimental Modeling of a Substructure Using the Virtual Point Transformation; 4.7.2 Experimental Dynamic Substructuring of Two Substructures; 4.8 Finite Element Model Updating for Substructuring; 4.8.1 Finite Element Model Parameter Statistics and Cross-Validation; 4.8.2 Finite Element Model Calibration
ISBN 9783030255329
3030255328
OCLC # 1111948232
Additional Format Print version: Allen, Matthew S. Substructuring in Engineering Dynamics : Emerging Numerical and Experimental Techniques Cham : Springer,c2019 9783030255312.


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