Dynamic Finite Element Analysis and Experimental Study of Rotating Column in Cylinder

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Rotary slender column in cylinder is a special structure in oil engineering. It contacts with outer cylinder and interacts with its inner pipe fluid and outer annular fluid. A partitioned coupling model was founded by dispersing slender column into beam element, dividing fluid domain into some sections, dispersing fluid section into hexahedron unit and transfer method of the information of coupling interface was described. Dynamics experimental device of column-liquid interaction was built to do column rotating test with considering the displacement and force boundary conditions of rotating column and testing axial excitation force of bottom column, axial acceleration of head column, transverse displacement of columns and collision and contact forces between inner columns and outer pipeline. The maximum absolute error between experimental results and numerical results is 0.31mm and this research provides the methods of numerical simulation and experimental study.

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Mohamed Othman

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453-456

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Z. M. Li et al., "Dynamic Finite Element Analysis and Experimental Study of Rotating Column in Cylinder", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 229-231, pp. 453-456, 2012

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November 2012

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