In complex vibrating systems, contact and friction forces can produce a dynamic response of the system (friction-induced vibrations). They can arise when different parts of the system move one with respect to the other generating friction force at the contact interface. Component mode synthesis and more in general substructuring techniques represent a useful and widespread tool to investigate the dynamic behavior of complex systems, but classical techniques require that the component subsystems and the coupling conditions (compatibility of displacements and equilibrium of forces) are time invariant. In this paper, a substructuring method is proposed that, besides accounting for the macroscopic sliding between substructures, is able to consider also the local vibrations of the contact points and the geometric nonlinearity due to the elastic deformation, by updating the coupling conditions accordingly. This allows to obtain a more reliable model of the contact interaction and to analyze friction-induced vibrations. Therefore, the models of the component substructures are time invariant, while the coupling conditions become time dependent and a priori unknown. The method is applied to the study of a finite element model of two bodies in frictional contact, and the analysis is aimed to the validation of the proposed method for the study of dynamic instabilities due to mode coupling.
|Titolo:||Friction-induced vibrations in the framework of dynamic substructuring|
D'AMBROGIO, WALTER (Corresponding)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2020|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|