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Flow-induced vibrations : an engineering guide

Flow-induced vibrations : an engineering guide (7회 대출)

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개인저자
Naudascher, Eduard. Rockwell, Donald.
서명 / 저자사항
Flow-induced vibrations : an engineering guide / Eduard Naudascher, Donald Rockwell.
발행사항
Rotterdam ;   Brookfield, VT :   A.A. Balkema,   1994.  
형태사항
xviii, 413 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
총서사항
Hydraulic structures design manual ;7
ISBN
9054101318
일반주기
"Hydraulic design considerations"--Cover.  
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references (p. 367-397) and indexes.
일반주제명
Vibration. Fluid dynamics. Structural dynamics. Hydraulics.
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300 ▼a xviii, 413 p. : ▼b ill. ; ▼c 26 cm.
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650 0 ▼a Hydraulics.
700 1 ▼a Rockwell, Donald.

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CONTENTS
PREFACE = Ⅸ
REVIEWERS = XI
LIST OF SYMBOLS = XIII
1 INTRODUCTION
 1.1 Goals and scope of monograph = 1
 1.2 Sources and assessment of flow-induced vibrations = 2
2 BODY OSCILLATORS
 2.1 Overview and definitions = 7
 2.2 Free vibration = 8
 2.3 Forced vibration = 10
  2.3.1 Harmonic exciting force = 10
  2.3.2 Mechanical admittance and impedance = 12
  2.3.3 Vector and force-displacement diagrams = 13
  2.3.4 Energy consideration = 15
  2.3.5 Nonharmonic exciting forces = 16
  2.3.6 Nonlinear effects = 18
 2.4 Self-excited vibration = 21
 2.5 Parametrically excited vibration = 23
 2.6 Generalization for distributed-mass systems = 25
3 FLUID LOADING AND RESPONSE OF BODY OSCILLATORS
 3.1 Distinction of types of fluid loading = 31
 3.2 Added mass and fluid damping = 33
  3.2.1 General relationships = 33
  3.2.2 Effects of geometry = 37
  3.2.3 Effects of wave radiation = 39
  3.2.4 Effects of viscosity and amplitude = 42
  3.2.5 Effects of mean flow = 44
 3.3 Description of flow-induced loading and structural response = 48
  3.3.1 Use of force coefficients and phase angle = 49
  3.3.2 Use of oscillator models = 54
  3.3.3 Use of added coefficients and stability diagrams = 56
  3.3.4 Use of quasi-steady approach = 59
  3.3.5 Generalization for distributed-mass systems = 60
 3.4 Static instability (divergence) = 62
4 FLUID OSCILLATORS
 4.1 Overview and introduction = 67
 4.2 Discrete-mass fluid oscillators = 72
  4.2.1 Compressibility-governed systems = 72
  4.2.2 Free-surface systems = 73
 4.3 Ditstributed-mass fluid oscillators = 75
  4.3.1 Basic relationships = 75
  4.3.2 Specific compressibility-governed systems = 80
  4.3.3 Specific free-surface systems = 84
 4.4 Effects of mean flow on resonator characteristics = 87
5 VIBRATIONS DUE TO EXTRANEOUSLY INDUCED EXCITATION
 5.1 Sources of extraneously induced excitation (EIE) = 91
 5.2 Excitation due to turbulence = 91
  5.2.1 Overview and definitions = 91
  5.2.2 Flow-induced loading = 95
  5.2.3 Flow-induced vibration = 101
 5.3 Control of extraneously induced excitation = 104
 5.4 Practical examples = 105
6 VIBRATIONS DUE TO INSTABILITY-INDUCED EXCITATION
 6.1 Sources of instability-induced excitation (IIE) = 110
 6.2 Amplification mechanisms = 111
  6.2.1 Amplification involving extraneous control = 112
  6.2.2 Amplification involving fluid-dynamic feedback = 114
  6.2.3 Amplification involving fluid-elastic or fluid-resonant feedback = 116
  6.2.4 Amplification involving mixed control = 119
  6.2.5 Summary = 120
 6.3 Excitation due to vortex shedding = 120
  6.3.1 Characteristics of vortex-induced excitation = 120
  6.3.2 Factors affecting vortex shedding = 127
 6.4 Excitation due to impinging shear layers = 135
 6.5 Excitation due to interface instability = 142
 6.6 Excitation due to bistable-flow instability = 146
 6.7 Excitation due to swirling-flow instability = 150
 6.8 Control of instability-induced excitation/practical examples = 156
  6.8.1 Basic design criteria = 156
  6.8.2 Concepts of fluid-dynamic attenuation/control of vortex shedding = 157
  6.8.3 Control of impinging shear layers = 170
  6.8.4 Control of interface instabilities = 173
  6.8.5 Control of swirling-flow instabilities = 174
7 VIBRATIONS DUE TO MOVEMENT-INDUCED EXCITATION
 7.1 Sources of movement-induced excitation (MIE) = 177
 7.2 Methods of analyzing movement-induced excitation = 179
  7.2.1 Use of added coefficients = 179
  7.2.2 Use of stability criteria = 181
  7.2.3 Use of Argand diagrams = 182
  7.2.4 Use of quasi-steady approach = 185
 7.3 Excitation not dependent on coupling = 188
  7.3.1 Nonstall flutter in cross-flow = 188
  7.3.2 Stall flutter in cross-flow = 192
  7.3.3 Galloping = 200
  7.3.4 Hysteric changes in flow pattern = 211
  7.3.5 Wake breathing = 218
  7.3.6 Excitation of slender bodies subjected to axial flow = 221
  7.3.7 Ovalling or flutter of shells = 225
 7.4 Excitation involving coupling with fluid-flow pulsations = 228
  7.4.1 Valves and turbines = 228
  7.4.2 Leakage-flow channels = 233
  7.4.3 Seals and gates = 236
  7.4.4 Closely-spaced bodies = 237
 7.5 Excitation involving mode coupling = 238
  7.5.1 Basic features of mode coupling = 238
  7.5.2 Slender bodies in cross-flow = 240
  7.5.3 Long bluff bodies in cross-flow = 242
  7.5.4 Coupled-mode galloping = 242
  7.5.5 Wake-induced flutter = 244
  7.5.6 Stranded-cable flutter = 246
  7.5.7 Rods and pipes with axial flow = 247
  7.5.8 Panel flutter = 248
 7.6 Excitation involving multiple-body coupling = 249
  7.6.1 Basic features of multiple-body coupling = 249
  7.6.2 Multiple bodies in cross-flow = 253
  7.6.3 Multiple bodies in axial flow = 258
 7.7 Control of movement-induced excitation = 260
  7.7.1 Basic concepts of excitation control = 260
  7.7.2 Examples of fluid-dynamic control = 262
  7.7.3 Examples for added damping devices = 264
8 VIBRATIONS DUE TO EXCITATION OF FLUID OSCILLATORS
 8.1 Sources of excitation and damping = 269
 8.2 Extraneously induced excitation of fluid oscillators = 273
 8.3 Instability-induced excitation Of fluid oscillators = 281
 8.4 Movement-induced excitation of fluid oscillators = 287
 8.5 Control of fluid-oscillator excitation = 292
  8.5.1 Means of avoiding resonance = 293
  8.5.2 Use of filters = 294
  8.6 Practical examples = 298
  8.6.1 Compressibility-governed systems = 298
  8.6.2 Free-surface systems = 303
9 EXAMPLES OF STRUCTURAL VIBRATIONS
 9.1 Prismatic bodies and grids of prisms (trashracks) = 308
  9.1.1 Transverse and torsional vibrations of prisms = 308
  9.1.2 Streamwise and plunging vibrations of prisms = 321
  9.1.3 Vibrations of grids and trashracks = 330
  9.1.4 Conclusions and design recommendations = 339
 9.2 Gates and gate components = 341
  9.2.1 Overview = 341
  9.2.2 Vertical vibrations of gates with underflow = 342
  9.2.3 Horizontal vibrations of gates With underflow = 352
  9.2.4 Vibrations of gates and gate seals involving flow-rate pulsations = 357
  9.2.5 Vibrations of gates with simultaneous over- and underflow = 361
  9.2.6 Concluding remarks = 364
REFERENCES = 367
NAME INDEX = 399
SUBJECT INDEX = 405


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