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Published by Massachusetts Institute of Technology .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Naval architecture

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    Statementby David A. Rogers and Maclean C. Shakshober
    ContributionsShakshober, Maclean C.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24991943M

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An investigation of the virtual mass of a cylinder vibrating in water by David A. Rogers Download PDF EPUB FB2

An investigation of the virtual mass of a cylinder vibrating in water By David A. Rogers and Maclean C. Shakshober Download PDF (4 MB)Author: David A. Rogers and Maclean C. Shakshober. Literature review.

The notion of added mass, also referred to as hydrodynamic mass or virtual mass in the literature, can be found in textbooks of classical hydrodynamics [4,5], but according to some sources, it was first introduced by Dubua back in [6, ch.

1].A survey of the literature shows that added mass is customarily—but not uniquely—derived from the kinetic energy associated Cited by: 8. A virtual mass, hydrodynamic limit is used in the method of doubly asymptotic approximations for the vibration analysis of submerged structures in water.

Here, the pressure field induced by the low‐frequency breathing mode vibration of an infinite, elastic circular cylinder in an unbounded liquid is shown to be divergent, while the pressure field induced by the transverse vibration of a Author: F.

Hains. Measurements are made of vortex-induced vibration of an elastically supported circular cylinder in water with reduced velocity (U / f n D) from 2 to 12, damping factors (ζ) from % to 40% of critical damping, mass ratios (m / ρ D 2) from π / 2 to π / 17 ⁠, and transverse, inline, and combined inline and transverse motions at Reynolds numbers up toEffects of mass, damping Cited by: The receptance method is applied to the analytical study of the free vibrations of a simply supported circular cylindrical shell that is either empty or filled with an inviscid, incompressible fluid and with lumped masses attached at arbitrary positions.

The receptance of the fluid-filled shell is obtained using the added virtual mass approach to model the fluid-structure interaction. The receptance method is illustrated in the book of Soedel [2] with some applications; it was applied, e.g., to ring stiffened cylindrical shells by (or virtual mass) approach to study vibration of structures in of the empty cylinder.

In fact, the water-filled cylinder presents an equivalent mass much greater than the empty one. The dynamic solution of the problem is separated into axisymmetric and nonaxisymmetric behaviors and a method is presented for the nonaxisymmetric transient response analysis.

It is employed to estimate the natural frequencies of the cylinders partially filled with water. In fluid mechanics, added mass or virtual mass is the inertia added to a system because an accelerating or decelerating body must move (or deflect) some volume of surrounding fluid as it moves through it.

Added mass is a common issue because the object and surrounding fluid cannot occupy the same physical space simultaneously. For simplicity this can be modeled as some volume of fluid moving.

This paper presents an optimal design procedure for a pendulum tuned mass damper (PTMD) to mitigate the global structural vibrations of offshore wind turbines (OWTs) in the fore–aft and side–side dir. Added mass coefficients of the surrounding water. The added mass coefficients m ax, m ay, j a for Ship A and m b1, m b2, j b for Ship B take into account the interaction effects between the ships and the surrounding water.

They depend on the hull form and draught of the ships, as well as the impact duration, among others. a tandem in a water channel; the upstream cylinder was fixed and the downstream one was supported by a virtual elastic base. Force and displacement measurements were conducted on the downstream cylinder in a transitional flow regime, Re = 2, The effects of.

The cross section of circular cylinder in their dynamic model is always considered as a perfect circle, which means radii at every point on the circle are the same. In real engineering structure, there are slight fluctuations in shape of the circular cylinder which is different from those in ideal model.

Meanwhile, effects of structural fluctuations on its dynamic characteristic are rarely. The mass ratio m* of the cylinder may be defined as m* = m/ m f, where m is the total mass of the oscillating cylinder system including the load cell, air bearings, etc.

and m f is the mass of fluid displaced by the submerged part of the test cylinder. The m* values wereand in water andand in paraffin oil for circular, square and rectangular cylinders.

The paper presents a theoretical and an experimental investigation into the vibration of a corrugated carbon fibre cylinder in air and under external water pressure.

The theoretical investigation. this way, a wide variety of virtual masses (as well as damping and sti ness values) can be accommodated with the same test cylinder. The uniform test cylinder has a speci c mass ofenabling the virtual speci c mass, m =4M=ˇd2l, to be well below 1.

The tapered test cylinder has speci c mass. v abstract vortex-induced vibrations of inclined cylinders in flow september anil b. jain, b.s., university of mumbai, india m. s., university of massachusetts amherst. We experimentally examine the amplitude of a bluff body undergoing vortex-induced vibration (VIV) supported by linear and various nonlinear structural forces.

This investigation is made possible by our Cyber-Physical Fluid Dynamics force-feedback technique; using it, we can impose arbitrary nonlinear restoring forces on a circular cylinder in our water channel. the mass of water used, the specific heat of water ( J/g °C), and the difference between the final and initial temperature of the water in the calorimeter.

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More specifically, the terra covers those cases in which an interaction develops between fluid-dynamic forces and the. the mass of the cylinder is the density of the cylinder times the area. but the force from the water depends only on the density of water.

that is why i. Secondly, the thermal-modal model of the cylinder resonator with several defects such as mass imbalance, frequency split (FS), and geometry errors are developed by ANSYS.

Simulation results show that with the increase of temperature, angular positions of the vibration mode axes obviously change, which leads to a dramatic zero bias drift. However, if I set the cylinder oscillating, I don't think I can use just this restoring force and the cylinder's mass to find an oscillation frequency.

I need to account for some sort of "effective mass" of the water. i.e. the oscillating cylinder puts kinetic energy into the water. This work extends previous investigation of vortex interaction with a second cylinder to capture the wake energy (Derakhshandeh et al.

Accordingly, the Flow-Induced Vibration (FIV) of a symmetric NACA airfoil positioned in the wake of the rigidly-mounted upstream cylinder is studied. The airfoil mount. Blevins and C. Coughran, “ Experimental investigation of vortex-induced vibration in one and two dimensions with variable mass, damping.

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Structural damage identification plays an important role in providing effective evidence for the health monitoring of bridges in service. Due to the limitations of measurement points and lack of valid structural response data, the accurate identification of structural damage, especially for large-scale structures, remains difficult.

Based on additional virtual mass, this paper presents a. A Numerical Simulation of Vortex Induced Vibration on a Elastically Supported Circular Rigid Cylinder at Moderate Reynolds Numbers PVP Flow-Induced Vibration (FIV) and Hydrokinetic Power Conversion of Two Staggered, Low Mass-Ratio Cylinders, With Passive Turbulence Control in the TrSL3 Flow Regime (×10 4.

Determining mass means determining the amount of matter in an object of interest. Several tools and methods exist for measuring mass. These include balances, scales, Newtonian-based measurement devices, measurement transducers, vibrating tube mass sensors, and.

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