Flow-Induced Vibration Study of Tunnel Spillway Working Gate on One Reservoir

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In order to study the flow-induced vibration of the spillway tunnel working gate of one reservoir, hydraulic model test with scale 1:20 was conducted to obtain the dynamic pressure characteristics on the working gate. Experiment modal analysis method was employed to identify the structure dynamic characteristics through the 1:10 working gate mode test. The 3D FEM model of the gate was built to simulate the vibration response of the structure. The research showed the low order modal frequencies of the working gate were not fully breaking away from the high energy zone of the dynamic water, which would induce severe vibration. The vibration response of the gate became the biggest when it was operating at 0.5 partial opening.

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Chunliang Zhang and Paul P. Lin

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13-16

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X. Wang and S. Z. Luo, "Flow-Induced Vibration Study of Tunnel Spillway Working Gate on One Reservoir", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 226-228, pp. 13-16, 2012

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November 2012

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