A nonlinear energy sink (NES), conceived to mitigate the vibrations of a multi-degree-of-freedom host mechanical system, is considered. The high-dimensional slow invariant manifold (SIM) describing the high-amplitude slow dynamics of the system is derived and exploited to interpret its transient regimes caused by impulsive excitation. It is shown that algebraic expressions derived from the SIM formulation enable to identify the so-called interaction points, providing the conditions in which two modes of the primary system interact and share energy through the nonlinear absorber. Moreover, the mutual effect of differently activated host system modes on the NES energy dissipation mechanism is discussed. Through sections of the multidimensional SIM, modal interaction triggering resonance capture cascades (RCC) can be effectively explained. The dissipation capabilities are eventually assessed in order to evaluate the efficiency of the RCC regime.

Tracking modal interactions in nonlinear energy sink dynamics via high-dimensional invariant manifold / Habib, G.; Romeo, F.. - In: NONLINEAR DYNAMICS. - ISSN 0924-090X. - (2020). [10.1007/s11071-020-05937-4]

Tracking modal interactions in nonlinear energy sink dynamics via high-dimensional invariant manifold

Romeo F.
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2020

Abstract

A nonlinear energy sink (NES), conceived to mitigate the vibrations of a multi-degree-of-freedom host mechanical system, is considered. The high-dimensional slow invariant manifold (SIM) describing the high-amplitude slow dynamics of the system is derived and exploited to interpret its transient regimes caused by impulsive excitation. It is shown that algebraic expressions derived from the SIM formulation enable to identify the so-called interaction points, providing the conditions in which two modes of the primary system interact and share energy through the nonlinear absorber. Moreover, the mutual effect of differently activated host system modes on the NES energy dissipation mechanism is discussed. Through sections of the multidimensional SIM, modal interaction triggering resonance capture cascades (RCC) can be effectively explained. The dissipation capabilities are eventually assessed in order to evaluate the efficiency of the RCC regime.
2020
Impulsive dynamics; Nonlinear energy sink; Nonlinear vibration absorber; Slow invariant manifold; Vibration mitigation
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Tracking modal interactions in nonlinear energy sink dynamics via high-dimensional invariant manifold / Habib, G.; Romeo, F.. - In: NONLINEAR DYNAMICS. - ISSN 0924-090X. - (2020). [10.1007/s11071-020-05937-4]
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