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Acoustic Interactions With Submerged Elastic Structures

Acoustic Scattering and Resonances (Series on Stability, Vibration and Control of Structures , Vol 1)

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Published by World Scientific Pub Co Inc .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sound, vibration & waves (acoustics),
  • Technology,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Acoustics & Sound,
  • Elastic analysis (Engineering),
  • Underwater acoustics

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsArdeshir Guran (Editor), Jean Ripoche (Editor), F. Ziegler (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages368
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9194638M
    ISBN 10981022964X
    ISBN 109789810229641


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Acoustic fluid-elastic structure interactions (4) The association of supersonic wavenumbers with structural discontinuities, such as stiffening frames, plate boundaries, and with drive point near fields.

(5) The incompatibility of these localized regions of sound radiation with normal mode by: Acoustic-structure interaction (ASI) problems require modeling elastic waves in solids, pressure waves in fluids, and the interaction between the two.

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The work investigates submerged elastic structures interacting with the surrounding acoustic medium. The equation of motion under mono-frequency oscillations for the coupled structural/acoustic system is formulated where a symmetrical complex matrix represents the acoustic loading.

A surface acoustic reciprocal principle verifies the matrix symmetry. Such symmetrical formulation allows the Cited by: 2. A set of radiation modes developed in previous work (Chen and Ginsberg [1]) is further applied to the study of interactions between a heavy acoustic loading and an elastic structure.

The coupling of the acoustic loading with the structure is carried out by using the radiation modes to decouple surface quantities into model components together Cited by: 6. Boundary value contact problems (BVCP) are the problems of mathematical physics, whose statement contains some conditions at particular points or lines of the boundary.

The problems of interaction between an elastic plate with some inhomogeneities and an acoustic medium are BVCP. The purpose of this paper is to discuss some pure mathematical aspects of the BVCP, such as the correct Cited by: 3. Submerged Elastic Structures equation that the interaction between the acoustic pulse and the elastic body becomes manifest.

The deflection w, in general, is governed by the equation of motion of the three-dimensional linear theory of by: 9. In this paper, the discussion is focused on the research which the author carried out in recent years in the Acoustics Group headed by Prof.

Überall at The Catholic University of America. The studies, based on the resonance scattering theory (RST), mainly comprise: resonance extractions in experiments; the phase matching method and the surface paths examination for finite cylinders and Author: Xiao-Ling Bao.

Introduction. A large number of investigations dealing with various aspects of fluid–structure interaction problems have been reported in the particular, the transient response of submerged and/or fluid-filled elastic shell structures with simple geometrical configuration (e.g., spherical or cylindrical shells), for which the wave equation is separable and closed-form Cited by: This paper introduces two NURBS (Non-Uniform Rational B-Splines)-based Isogeometric FE (Finite Element)-BE (Boundary Element) coupling approaches, i.e.

This paper presents a numerical model for the acoustic coupled fluid-structure interaction (FSI) of a submerged finite elastic body using the fast multipole boundary element method (FMBEM).

Surface gravity wave interaction with a floating and submerged elastic plate system is analyzed under the assumption of small-amplitude surface water wave theory and structural response. Mathematical modeling of the acoustic radiation by submerged elastic structures S.

Iakovlev a, J.-F. Sigrist b, C. Leblond c, H. A.F.A. Santos d, A. Le eux e and K. Williston a a Department of Engineering Mathematics and Internetworkin g, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada B3J1Y9 b De partement Dynamique des Structures, CESMAN, DCNS resea rch, Indret, LaCited by: 1.

The extended boundary condition approach to acoustic and elastic wave scattering is formulated for inclusions obeying thin shell theory. Results are presented for the scattering of plane waves from infinite cylinders of elliptical cross section for ratios of major to minor axis varying from (circular) to Calculations were made for cylinders of plastic and steel and for elastomers Author: Ronald P.

Radlinski, Murray M. Simon. (source: Nielsen Book Data) The interaction of acoustic fields with submerged elastic structures, both by propagation and scattering, is being investigated at various institutions and laboratories world-wide with ever-increasing sophistication of experiments and analysis.

For the numerical analysis of interactions of immiscible two-fluid flows and lightweight elastic structures a discretization method based on stabilized space-time finite elements is applied.

The governing system of differential equations for the linear problem of the transient interaction of plane acoustic waves and a submerged elastic cylindrical shell is transformed into a system of. The interaction of acoustic waves with fluid-loaded shell structures is an ongoing area of interest in underwater acoustics, ship construction and detection.

The elasticity of the structure permits strong surfaceborne wave effects, which can be significant or dominant in large structures Author: Andrew N. Norris. scattering from submerged elastic structures. Previously (Ref. 28), the symmetric potential formulation was described only in general terms for a wider class of fluid-structure interaction problems with no details concerning specific types of applications (such as vibrations, shock response, or acoustic File Size: KB.

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