A Galerkin projection based on non-standard bases is conceived to derive an equivalent discrete model of a continuous system under non-conservative forces. The problem of deriving a discrete model capable of describing critical and post-critical scenarios for non-selfadjoint systems is discussed and an heuristic rule for a proper choice of trial functions is given. The procedure is utilized to analyze the effect of non-conservative autonomous and non-autonomous (pulsating) forces acting on a linearly damped Beck’s column involving geometrical nonlinearities. The linear and nonlinear behaviours arising from the analysis of the proposed discrete model are in good agreement with those observed through the unavoidably more involved direct continuous approach. Critical scenarios for the autonomous and non-autonomous cases are investigated and the multiple scales method is applied in order to obtain the bifurcation equations in the neighborhood of a Hopf bifurcation point in primary parametric reso- nance. A comparison between critical and post-critical continuous and discrete model is performed adopting two control parameters, namely the amplitudes of the static and dynamic components of the forces, playing the role of detuning and bifurcation parameters, respectively.

A discrete approach for a generalized Beck’s column in parametric resonance / Vasta, M; Romeo, Francesco; Paolone, Achille. - In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SOLIDS AND STRUCTURES. - ISSN 0020-7683. - 46(2009), pp. 3165-3172. [10.1016/j.ijsolstr.2009.04.011]

A discrete approach for a generalized Beck’s column in parametric resonance

ROMEO, Francesco;PAOLONE, ACHILLE
2009

Abstract

A Galerkin projection based on non-standard bases is conceived to derive an equivalent discrete model of a continuous system under non-conservative forces. The problem of deriving a discrete model capable of describing critical and post-critical scenarios for non-selfadjoint systems is discussed and an heuristic rule for a proper choice of trial functions is given. The procedure is utilized to analyze the effect of non-conservative autonomous and non-autonomous (pulsating) forces acting on a linearly damped Beck’s column involving geometrical nonlinearities. The linear and nonlinear behaviours arising from the analysis of the proposed discrete model are in good agreement with those observed through the unavoidably more involved direct continuous approach. Critical scenarios for the autonomous and non-autonomous cases are investigated and the multiple scales method is applied in order to obtain the bifurcation equations in the neighborhood of a Hopf bifurcation point in primary parametric reso- nance. A comparison between critical and post-critical continuous and discrete model is performed adopting two control parameters, namely the amplitudes of the static and dynamic components of the forces, playing the role of detuning and bifurcation parameters, respectively.
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