Dynamic Similitude Design Method of the Distorted Model on Variable Thickness Cantilever Plates
AbstractIn the present study, a new method of predicting the dynamic behavior of a variable thickness (VT) cantilever plate by using a thin plate scaled model is proposed. The thin plate model, defined as the model thin (MT) plate, is designed by using the newly proposed similitude design method. The method is derived based on the transfer matrix of both the stepped thickness (ST) plate that is simplified by the VT plate and the thin plate. The thickness of the MT plate is calculated by introducing the equivalent thickness corresponding to each VT plate’s vibration modals, such that a series of accurate distorted scaling laws are provided to predict each corresponding property. Moreover, an algorithm of designing the MT plate is proposed and a design process is summarized in steps. Finally, an example, where the prototype VT plate is made of 42 CrMo and the MT plate is made of NO. 45 steel, is discussed to validate the proposed design method, showing that the MT plate, which is designed by using the proposed method, can accurately predict the dynamic properties of the prototype VT plate, and showing its significance in engineering practice. View Full-Text
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Luo, Z.; Zhu, Y.; Liu, H.; Wang, D. Dynamic Similitude Design Method of the Distorted Model on Variable Thickness Cantilever Plates. Appl. Sci. 2016, 6, 228.
Luo Z, Zhu Y, Liu H, Wang D. Dynamic Similitude Design Method of the Distorted Model on Variable Thickness Cantilever Plates. Applied Sciences. 2016; 6(8):228.Chicago/Turabian Style
Luo, Zhong; Zhu, Yunpeng; Liu, Haopeng; Wang, Deyou. 2016. "Dynamic Similitude Design Method of the Distorted Model on Variable Thickness Cantilever Plates." Appl. Sci. 6, no. 8: 228.
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