Investigation of the Influence of the Location of the Unified Mass on the Formed Vibrations of a Thin Containing Extended Shell
The operation of a structure of thin-walled open cylindrical shells with high economic efficiency is associated with the phenomenon of oscillations and resonance from the effects of cyclic loads and systems of attached masses. The oscillation processes of such structures are not sufficiently studied at present. The article describes a test bench for testing open thin-walled cylindrical shells hinged on the edges that carry a system of attached masses, and the results of experiments on the nature of a reduced-scale shell model are presented. The attached mass system represents metal cylinders of different masses arranged in a certain sequence on the shell body. The experimental dependence of the change in the frequency spectrum of the shell oscillations on the number, mass, and location of the system of attached masses is obtained. A mathematical model is developed for the behavior of an open thin-walled cylindrical shell with a system of attached masses, consistent with the experimental data for forced vibrations of the shell.
Dr. Denis Solovev
O.E. Sysoev et al., "Investigation of the Influence of the Location of the Unified Mass on the Formed Vibrations of a Thin Containing Extended Shell", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 945, pp. 885-892, 2019