The Modeling Study on Kinematic Interface Joints Based on Accordant Displacement Method
The kinematic interface joints are widely used in reflector systems of the high-power solid-state laser facilities. In order to get better finite element(FE) analysis results of reflector systems, it is important to model the joints exactly. The accordant displacement method is used for modeling the joints according to the contact form of joints. The FE model of the reflector system is built subjected to the assuming, the modal analysis and the ambient vibration calculations are carried out. The computing results of inherent frequencies, measure points’ root mean square(RMS) displacements and the transfer characteristics of four kinematic interface positions are accordant with that of the test results. The compared results show that the method modeling the kinematic interface joints is feasible in the paper.
X. Q. Chen et al., "The Modeling Study on Kinematic Interface Joints Based on Accordant Displacement Method", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 29-32, pp. 48-53, 2010