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Nonlinear System Identification in Structural Dynamics: Current Status and Future Directions Kerschen, Gaëtan ; ; et al in 25th International Modal Analysis Conference, Orlando, 2007 (2007) Nonlinear system identification aims at developing high-fidelity mathematical models in the presence of nonlinearity from input and output measurements performed on the real structure. The present paper ... [more ▼] Nonlinear system identification aims at developing high-fidelity mathematical models in the presence of nonlinearity from input and output measurements performed on the real structure. The present paper is a discussion of the recent developments in this research field. Three of the latest approaches are presented, and application examples are considered to illustrate their fundamental concepts, advantages and limitations. Another objective of this paper is to identify future research needs, which would make the identification of structures with a high modal density in abroad frequency range viable. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 116 (1 ULg)Nonlinear System Identification using Interpolated Short Time Fourier Transform ; Dimitriadis, Grigorios in Akay, A.; Arnas, O.; Cooper, J. E. (Eds.) et al Proceedings of 7th Biennial ASME Conference on Engineering Systems Design and Analysis (2004, July) For the purpose of constructing the backbone of nonlinear systems, the Interpolated Short Time Fourier Transform (ISTFT) is proposed as a means to improve the estimation accuracy of the instantaneous ... [more ▼] For the purpose of constructing the backbone of nonlinear systems, the Interpolated Short Time Fourier Transform (ISTFT) is proposed as a means to improve the estimation accuracy of the instantaneous amplitudes and frequencies of response signals. It is shown that the backbone curves estimated by the ISTFT agree with theoretical backbone curves very well. Additionally, the restoring force can be reconstructed to specify the type of nonlinear stiffness. A curve-fitting technique is introduced to estimate the parameters of nonlinear systems on the basis of theoretical backbone curves. It is shown that a number of typical nonlinear stiffness functions such as cubic, bilinear and pre-compressed springs can be identified accurately using this new method. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 34 (0 ULg)Nonlinear Targeted Energy Transfer in Mechanical and Structural Systems I ; ; et al Book published by Springer (2009) Detailed reference viewed: 85 (0 ULg)Nonlinear Targeted Energy Transfer in Mechanical and Structural Systems II ; ; et al Book published by Springer (2009) Detailed reference viewed: 20 (0 ULg)Nonlinear thin shell finite element for steel and concrete structures subjected to fire: theoretical development ; Franssen, Jean-Marc in Journal of Applied Fire Science (2002), 11(4), 291-310 This article describes the features of a quadrilateral thin shell element, based on Marguerre's theory that has ben implemented in the finite element program SAFIR (from the University of Liege.) The ... [more ▼] This article describes the features of a quadrilateral thin shell element, based on Marguerre's theory that has ben implemented in the finite element program SAFIR (from the University of Liege.) The element has four nodes (one at each corner) and each node has six degrees of freedom, i.e., three translations and three rotations (the sixth degree of freedom is a true one, which can be assimilated to the in-plane rotation.) This article presents some theoretical developments regarding the element formulation. The algorithm strategies for isotropic material (steel for example) and non-isotropic material 'concrete) and their modifications for elevated temperatures are described. Two verifications examples are presented (the patch test and Lee's frame at elevated temperatures). [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 65 (4 ULg)Nonlinear thin shell finite element for steel and concrete structures subjected to fire: verification and validation ; ; Franssen, Jean-Marc in Journal of Applied Fire Science (2003), 12(1), 65-81 This article presents verification and validation examples for a nonlinear thin shell element developed for structures subjected to fire. The verification benchmarks are: a Z-shaped cantilever, a twisted ... [more ▼] This article presents verification and validation examples for a nonlinear thin shell element developed for structures subjected to fire. The verification benchmarks are: a Z-shaped cantilever, a twisted cantilever beam, a hemispherical shell, and Lee's frame at room temperature and at elevated temperature. The element shows that it provides results in good agreement with theoretical results and other finite elements. The validation calculations have been performed on an H rolled profile and a concrete slab. The element demonstrates its ability to reproduce local buckling on a H-steel beam under fire conditions and that it predicts accurately the failure of a concrete slab subjected to fire. The theoretical development of this finite element has been published in the Journal of Applied Fire Science, Vol. 11, No. 4, pp. 291-310, "Nonlinear Thin Shell Finite Element for Steel and Concrete Structures Subjected to Fire: Theoretical Development." [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 38 (0 ULg)Nonlinear time-domain finite-element modeling of thin electromagnetic shells V Sabariego, Ruth ; Geuzaine, Christophe ; Dular, Patrick et al in Proceedings of the 13th Biennial IEEE Conference on Electromagnetic Field Computation (CEFC2008) (2008, May) Detailed reference viewed: 8 (0 ULg)Nonlinear time-domain finite-element modeling of thin electromagnetic shells V Sabariego, Ruth ; Geuzaine, Christophe ; Dular, Patrick et al in IEEE Transactions on Magnetics (2009), 45(3), 976-979 A nonlinear time-domain extension of the classical linear frequency-domain thin-shell approach is presented. The interface conditions are expressed in terms of the average magnetic flux density throughout ... [more ▼] A nonlinear time-domain extension of the classical linear frequency-domain thin-shell approach is presented. The interface conditions are expressed in terms of the average magnetic flux density throughout the shell thickness and a number of higher order components. The method is elaborated in the frame of the magnetic vector potential formulation. The nonlinear system of algebraic equations is solved by means of the Newton–Raphson scheme. To validate the new formulation, we consider a magnetic plate placed above a double line carrying a sinusoidal current. Results are compared with those obtained with a fine finite-element model. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 56 (8 ULg)A nonlinear time-domain homogenization technique for laminated iron cores in three-dimensional finite-element models ; V Sabariego, Ruth ; Dular, Patrick in IEEE Transactions on Magnetics (2006), 42(4), 763-766 The authors present a novel nonlinear homogenization technique for laminated iron cores in three-dimensional (3-D) finite-element (FE) models of electromagnetic devices. The technique takes into account ... [more ▼] The authors present a novel nonlinear homogenization technique for laminated iron cores in three-dimensional (3-D) finite-element (FE) models of electromagnetic devices. The technique takes into account the eddy current effects in the stacked core without the need of modeling all laminations separately. A nonlinear constitutive magnetic law is considered. The system of nonlinear algebraic equations obtained after time discretization is solved by means of the Newton-Raphson scheme. By way of validation, the method is applied to a 3-D FE model of a laminated ring core with toroidal coil. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 44 (13 ULg)Nonlinear transport of Bose-Einstein condensates through mesoscopic waveguides ; ; et al in Physical Review. A (2007), 76(6), We study the coherent flow of interacting Bose-condensed atoms in mesoscopic waveguide geometries. Analytical and numerical methods, based on the mean-field description of the condensate, are developed to ... [more ▼] We study the coherent flow of interacting Bose-condensed atoms in mesoscopic waveguide geometries. Analytical and numerical methods, based on the mean-field description of the condensate, are developed to study both stationary as well as time-dependent propagation processes. We apply these methods to the propagation of a condensate through an atomic quantum dot in a waveguide, discuss the nonlinear transmission spectrum and show that resonant transport is generally suppressed due to an interaction-induced bistability phenomenon. Finally, we establish a link between the nonlinear features of the transmission spectrum and the self-consistent quasibound states of the quantum dot. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 35 (3 ULg)Nonlinear transport of Bose-Einstein condensates through waveguides with disorder ; ; et al in Physical Review. A (2005), 72(6), We study the coherent flow of a guided Bose-Einstein condensate incident over a disordered region of length L. We introduce a model of disordered potential that originates from magnetic fluctuations ... [more ▼] We study the coherent flow of a guided Bose-Einstein condensate incident over a disordered region of length L. We introduce a model of disordered potential that originates from magnetic fluctuations inherent to microfabricated guides. This model allows for analytical and numerical studies of realistic transport experiments. The repulsive interaction among the condensate atoms in the beam induces different transport regimes. Below some critical interaction (or for sufficiently small L) a stationary flow is observed. In this regime, the transmission decreases exponentially with increasing L. For strong interaction (or large L), the system displays a transition toward a time-dependent flow with an algebraic decay of the time-averaged transmission. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 37 (0 ULg)The nonlinear tuned vibration absorber in practice Grappasonni, Chiara ; Habib, Giuseppe ; Detroux, Thibaut et al Scientific conference (2015, April 01) Vibration mitigation of engineering structures is commonly achieved by means of passive absorbers, often designed following the well-established Den Hartog’s equal-peak strategy. However, the linearity ... [more ▼] Vibration mitigation of engineering structures is commonly achieved by means of passive absorbers, often designed following the well-established Den Hartog’s equal-peak strategy. However, the linearity assumption this method build on is challenged when the primary structure exhibits frequency-energy-dependent oscillations. In this context, the development of a nonlinear counterpart to classical tuned vibration absorber would be extremely beneficial. The present study introduces a new nonlinear tuned vibration absorber (NLTVA) whose nonlinear functional form is tailored according to the frequency-energy dependence of the nonlinear primary structure. The design is based on a nonlinear generalization of Den Hartog’s method, to ensure equal peaks in the nonlinear receptance function for an as large as possible range of forcing amplitudes. The numerical findings are verified experimentally using a primary structure consisting of a cantilever beam with a geometrically nonlinear component at its free end. The NLTVA design relies on a doubly clamped beam, which is fabricated thanks to 3D printing. The performance of the absorber is compared with that of an equivalent linear tuned absorber. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 58 (9 ULg)The nonlinear tuned vibration absorber, part I: Design and performance analysis Habib, Giuseppe ; Detroux, Thibaut ; Kerschen, Gaëtan in Proceedings of the 5th Conference on Nonlinear Vibrations, Localization and Energy Transfer (NV 2014) (2014, July 03) Detailed reference viewed: 20 (0 ULg)The nonlinear tuned vibration absorber, part II: Robustness and sensitivity analysis Detroux, Thibaut ; Habib, Giuseppe ; Masset, Luc et al in Proceedings of the 5th Conference on Nonlinear Vibrations, Localization and Energy Transfer (NV 2014) (2014, July 03) Detailed reference viewed: 35 (9 ULg)The nonlinear tuned vibration absorber ; Kerschen, Gaëtan in Proceedings of the International Conference on Structural Nonlinear Dynamics and Diagnosis (2012) The objective of this paper is to introduce a new nonlinear dynamical absorber, the nonlinear tuned vibration absorber, through a rigorous nonlinear extension of the tuning rule for the linear tuned ... [more ▼] The objective of this paper is to introduce a new nonlinear dynamical absorber, the nonlinear tuned vibration absorber, through a rigorous nonlinear extension of the tuning rule for the linear tuned vibration absorber. This nonlinear tuning methodology combined with the increased suppression bandwidth brought by the intentional use of nonlinearity leads to the development of an absorber that is effective in wide ranges of frequencies and motion amplitudes. The results are illustrated using a one-degree-of-freedom primary system. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 53 (2 ULg)Nonlinear vibration absorber coupled to a nonlinear primary system: A tuning methodology Viguié, Régis ; Kerschen, Gaëtan in Journal of Sound & Vibration (2009), 326(3-5), 780-793 This paper addresses the problem of mitigating the vibration of nonlinear mechanical systems using nonlinear dynamical absorbers. One particular feature of the proposed absorber is that it is effective in ... [more ▼] This paper addresses the problem of mitigating the vibration of nonlinear mechanical systems using nonlinear dynamical absorbers. One particular feature of the proposed absorber is that it is effective in a wide range of forcing amplitudes. A qualitative tuning methodology is developed and validated using numerical simulations. (C) 2009 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 47 (3 ULg)Nonlinearity Characterization for Nonlinear Dynamic System Identification Using an Expert Approach Dimitriadis, Grigorios ; in Proceedings of the 2006 International Conference on Noise and Vibration Engineering (2006, September) The identification of nonlinear dynamic systems can be rendered significantly more parsimonious if the nonlinearity present in the system is known. While there are many successful non-parametric nonlinear ... [more ▼] The identification of nonlinear dynamic systems can be rendered significantly more parsimonious if the nonlinearity present in the system is known. While there are many successful non-parametric nonlinear system identification methods, the resulting models do not describe the nonlinearity in physical terms and are difficult to obtain due to the large number of candidate terms that must be examined. In this paper an expert approach towards the characterization of nonlinearities in a dynamic system is presented. The methodology is based on simulations of dynamic systems with a variety of commonly occurring nonlinear functions. The responses of such systems to various types of excitation are analysed and rules are developed as to what nonlinearity is likely to be present in a system given the dynamic characteristics of measured responses. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 28 (1 ULg)Nonlocal magnetic field-tuned quantum criticality in cubic CeIn3-xSnx (x=0.25) Silhanek, Alejandro ; ; et al in Physical Review Letters (2006), 96(20), We show that antiferromagnetism in lightly (approximate to 8%) Sn-doped CeIn3 terminates at a critical field mu H-0(c)=42 +/- 2 T. Electrical transport and thermodynamic measurements reveal the effective ... [more ▼] We show that antiferromagnetism in lightly (approximate to 8%) Sn-doped CeIn3 terminates at a critical field mu H-0(c)=42 +/- 2 T. Electrical transport and thermodynamic measurements reveal the effective mass m(*) not to diverge, suggesting that cubic CeIn3 is representative of a critical spin-density wave (SDW) scenario, unlike the local quantum critical points reported in anisotropic systems such as CeCu6-xAux and YbRh2Si2-xGex. The existence of a maximum in m(*) at a lower field mu H-0(x)=30 +/- 1 T may be interpreted as a field-induced crossover from local moment to SDW behavior as the Neel temperature falls below the Fermi temperature. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 13 (2 ULg)Nonmigrating tides in the Martian atmosphere as observed by MAVEN IUVS ; ; et al in Geophysical Research Letters (2015) Using the Mars Atmospheric and Volatile EvolutioN mission (MAVEN) Imaging Ultraviolet Spectrograph (IUVS), we found periodic longitudinal variations in CO2 density in the Martian atmosphere. These density ... [more ▼] Using the Mars Atmospheric and Volatile EvolutioN mission (MAVEN) Imaging Ultraviolet Spectrograph (IUVS), we found periodic longitudinal variations in CO2 density in the Martian atmosphere. These density variations are derived from observations of the CO2+ (B2Σ+→X2Π) emission from limb scans in the 100-190 km altitude range. The variations exhibit significant structure with longitudinal wave numbers 1, 2, and 3 in an effectively constant local solar time frame, and we attribute this structure to nonmigrating tides. The wave-2 component is dominated by the diurnal eastward moving DE1 tide at the equator and the semidiurnal stationary S0 tide at the midlatitudes. Wave-3 is dominated by the diurnal eastward moving DE2 tide, with possibly the semidiurnal eastward moving SE1 tide causing an amplitude increase at the midlatitudes. Structure in the wave-1 component can be explained by the semidiurnal westward moving SW1 tide. ©2015. American Geophysical Union. [less ▲] Detailed reference viewed: 3 (0 ULg)Nonmyeloablative allogeneic hematopoietic cell transplantation following Fludarabine Plus 2 Gy TBI or ATG Plus 8 Gy TLI: a phase II randomized study from the Belgian Hematological Society BEGUIN, Yves ; ; et al in Blood (2014, December), 124(21), 542 Detailed reference viewed: 13 (1 ULg) |
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