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Structural Dynamics 7/29/2005 Dynamic Analysis 1
Structural
Dynamics
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Dynamic Analysis
1
Spring-Mass system subjected to a time dependent load. k F(t) m 7/29/2005 Dynamic Analysis 2
Spring-Mass system
subjected
to
a
time
dependent
load.
k
F(t)
m
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Dynamic Analysis
2

Free-body diagram of

the

mass.

Free-body diagram of the mass. T = kx m F(t) ma = mx & & m

T = kx

m

F(t)

ma = mx & &

m

Free-body diagram of the mass. T = kx m F(t) ma = mx & & m
Free-body diagram of the mass. T = kx m F(t) ma = mx & & m
Free-body diagram of the mass. T = kx m F(t) ma = mx & & m

=

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Dynamic Analysis

3

( ) F t − k x = m && x ( t ) x

( )

F t

k x = m && x

(

t)

x & + k x = F

&

m

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Dynamic Analysis

4

Homogeneou s : F ( t ) = 0 m && x + k x
Homogeneou s :
F
(
t
)
=
0
m && x
+ k
x =
0
Dynamic Analysis

Solution

of D.E.

is sum

of homogeneous and particular solutions:

&& x + k x = 0 Dynamic Analysis Solution of D.E. is sum of homogeneous

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5

Let : k 2 ω = m Then : 2 && x + ω x
Let
:
k
2
ω
=
m
Then :
2
&& x +
ω
x =
0
the natural circular
Dynamic Analysis
ω = m Then : 2 && x + ω x = 0 the natural circular

ω 2 is

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frequency

6

2 π τ = ω Dynamic Analysis
2
π
τ
=
ω
Dynamic Analysis
2 π τ = ω Dynamic Analysis is the period (measured in seconds) τ 7/29/2005 7

is

the period (measured in seconds)

τ

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7

Displacement due to simple harmonic motion. τ x m 7/29/2005 Dynamic Analysis 8
Displacement
due
to simple
harmonic
motion.
τ
x
m
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Dynamic Analysis
8
One One Dimensional Dimensional Bar Bar Element Element 7/29/2005 Dynamic Analysis 9

One One

Dimensional Dimensional

One One Dimensional Dimensional Bar Bar Element Element 7/29/2005 Dynamic Analysis 9

Bar Bar

Element Element

One One Dimensional Dimensional Bar Bar Element Element 7/29/2005 Dynamic Analysis 9

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Dynamic Analysis

9

Step 1 - Select Element Type ˆ 1 2 ˆ d d 1x 2x xˆ
Step
1
-
Select Element Type
ˆ
1
2
ˆ
d
d
1x
2x
ˆ
e
f
x (
t)
ˆ
e
(
t)
1
f
2x
L
E - modulus
of elasticity
A
- cross-sectional area
ρ - mass density
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Dynamic Analysis
10
 

Step

     

2

 

-

         
 

= a

 

1

 

+ a

 

2

       
 

ˆ

 

ˆ

= N

1

d

 

1

x

+

N

2

d

2x

N

= 1

 

N

1

=

L

2

L

 
           

Dynamic Analysis

         

Select a

Displacement

Function

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11

 

Step

       

3 - Define

           

{

ε

[

B

x

]

}

=

=

 

 

=

[

B

1

]{}

ˆ

d

     

1

 

ˆ

L

   

L

{

ˆ

d

}

=

d

ˆ

d

1

x

{

σ

}

=

[

D

2

x

]{

ε

x

}

=

 

[

D

][

B

]{ d} ˆ

         

Dynamic Analysis

             

Strain/Displacement

and

Stress/Strain

Relationships

              Strain/Displacement and Stress/Strain Relationships 7/29/2005 12

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Step 4

Derive

Element

-

Stiffness and

Mass

Matrices

Step 4 Derive Element - Stiffness and Mass Matrices and Equations With time dependent loading ˆ

and

Equations

With time

dependent loading

ˆ

ˆ

f

f

1x

2x

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Dynamic Analysis

13

Newton’s Newton’s Second Second

Law Law

Newton’s Newton’s Second Second Law Law 7/29/2005 Dynamic Analysis 14
Newton’s Newton’s Second Second Law Law 7/29/2005 Dynamic Analysis 14
Newton’s Newton’s Second Second Law Law 7/29/2005 Dynamic Analysis 14
Newton’s Newton’s Second Second Law Law 7/29/2005 Dynamic Analysis 14
Newton’s Newton’s Second Second Law Law 7/29/2005 Dynamic Analysis 14
Newton’s Newton’s Second Second Law Law 7/29/2005 Dynamic Analysis 14
Newton’s Newton’s Second Second Law Law 7/29/2005 Dynamic Analysis 14

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Dynamic Analysis

14

NODAL EQUATIONS 2 ˆ ∂ d ˆ e ˆ 1 x f = f +
NODAL
EQUATIONS
2
ˆ
d
ˆ
e
ˆ
1
x
f
= f
+ m
1
x
1
x
1
2
∂ t
2
ˆ
d
ˆ
e
ˆ
2 x
f
= f
+
m
2 x
2 x
2
2
∂ t
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Dynamic Analysis

EQUILIBRIUM

15

m 1 and m 2 are obtained by lumping the total mass of the bar
m 1 and m 2 are obtained by
lumping
the total mass of
the
bar
equally
at the
two nodes
ρ
AL
m
=
1
2
ρ
AL
m
=
2
2
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Dynamic Analysis

16

Lumped Mass Model ˆ 1 2 ˆ d d 1x 2x m m xˆ 1
Lumped
Mass
Model
ˆ
1
2
ˆ
d
d
1x
2x
m
m
1
2
ˆ
e
f
(t)
ˆ
e
1x
f
(t)
2x
L
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Dynamic Analysis
17
Equilibrium in Matrix Form ⎧ ˆ ∂ d ⎫ 1x ⎪ ⎪ ⎧ ˆ e
Equilibrium
in Matrix Form
ˆ
d
1x
ˆ
e
ˆ
2
f
1
x
⎫ ⎪
f
m
0
t
1x
1
=
+
ˆ
e
ˆ
ˆ
f
f
0
m
⎥ ⎨
d
2
x
2x
2
2x
2
t
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18

Equilibrium

in Matrix Form

ˆ e f ( t
ˆ
e
f
(
t

)

Equilibrium in Matrix Form ˆ e f ( t ) [ && ˆ ˆ ˆ ]
Equilibrium in Matrix Form ˆ e f ( t ) [ && ˆ ˆ ˆ ]
Equilibrium in Matrix Form ˆ e f ( t ) [ && ˆ ˆ ˆ ]

[

Equilibrium in Matrix Form ˆ e f ( t ) [ && ˆ ˆ ˆ ]
Equilibrium in Matrix Form ˆ e f ( t ) [ && ˆ ˆ ˆ ]
Equilibrium in Matrix Form ˆ e f ( t ) [ && ˆ ˆ ˆ ]
Equilibrium in Matrix Form ˆ e f ( t ) [ && ˆ ˆ ˆ ]

&&

ˆ

ˆ

ˆ

] d

k

d

+

=

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Dynamic Analysis

19

Defining Terms ⎡ 1 − 1 ⎤ [ AE k ] = Element Stiffness Matrix
Defining
Terms
1
1 ⎤
[
AE
k
]
=
Element
Stiffness
Matrix
L
1
1
ρ AL ⎡
1
0
[
m
]
=
Element
Lumped
Mass
Matrix
2
0
1
{
ˆ
}
d
Nodal
Displaceme nts
{
2
{
ˆ
}
&&
}
d
ˆ
d
=
Nodal
Accelerati ons
2
t
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Dynamic Analysis
20
Consistent Mass Matrix { e } { & & } X = −ρ uˆ {
Consistent
Mass
Matrix
{
e
}
{
& &
}
X
= −ρ
{
T
f
}
=
[
]
{
∫∫∫
N
X
}
dV
b
V
{
f
}
= −
ρ N
[
]
T
{
∫∫∫
uˆ && }dV
b
V
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Dynamic Analysis

21

Mass { } = [ ˆ uˆ N ] d & & ˆ uˆ =
Mass
{
}
=
[
ˆ
N
]
d
&
&
ˆ
=
[
N
]
d
&&
ˆ
uˆ &&
=
[
N
]
d
Dynamic Analysis

Consistent

Matrix

ˆ uˆ = [ N ] d && ˆ uˆ && = [ N ] d

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Consistent Mass Matrix ]{ && } { T ˆ f } = − ∫∫∫ ρ
Consistent
Mass
Matrix
]{
&&
}
{
T
ˆ
f
}
=
∫∫∫
ρ N
[
][
N
d
dV
b
V
}
{
}
[
ˆ
f
=
]{ &&
d
b
[
]
[
][
T
=
∫∫∫
ρ
N
N ]dV
V
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Dynamic Analysis

23

Consistent Mass Matrix Bar Element [ mˆ ] [ T = ρ ∫∫∫ N ]
Consistent
Mass
Matrix
Bar
Element
[
]
[
T
= ρ
∫∫∫
N
]
[
N
]
dV
V
1
[
]
L
xˆ ⎤
= ρ
∫∫∫
1
dV
L
L ⎦
V
L
L
1
[
]
xˆ ⎤
= ∫
ρ
A
1
dxˆ
xˆ L
L
L ⎦
0
L
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Dynamic Analysis

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Consistent Mass Matrix Bar Element ⎡ ⎛ xˆ ⎞ ⎛ xˆ ⎞ ⎟ ⎞ ⎛
Consistent
Mass
Matrix
Bar
Element
⎞ ⎟ ⎞
1 −
L
xˆ ⎟ ⎞ ⎜ ⎛ 1 −
1 −
[
]
L ⎠ ⎝
L
L ⎠
⎝ L
=ρ A
dxˆ
xˆ ⎞
xˆ ⎞
0
⎛ 1 −
⎜ L ⎠
⎝ L
L ⎠
⎝ L
ρ
A L ⎡
2
1 ⎤
[
]
=
6
1
2
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25

STEP 5

Assemble the

Global

-

Equations

and

Apply B.C.’s

{ F ( t
{
F
(
t

[

]

{

}

) }

]{

}

[

&&

K

d

M

d

+

=

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Dynamic Analysis

26

{

[

]{ d}

&&

( ) }

[

] {

}

F t

K

d

M

+

=

{ [ ] { d } && ( ) } [ ] { } F t
{ [ ] { d } && ( ) } [ ] { } F t
{ [ ] { d } && ( ) } [ ] { } F t
{ [ ] { d } && ( ) } [ ] { } F t

Now Now must must solve solve coupled coupled set set

ofof ODE’sODE’s

instead instead of of set set of of

linear linear algebraic algebraic equations! equations!

of of set set of of linear linear algebraic algebraic equations! equations! 7/29/2005 Dynamic Analysis 27

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Dynamic Analysis

27

[

Consistent

Mass

Matrix

[ m ]
[
m
]

∫∫∫

]

T

[

N ]dV

N

ρ

=

V

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Dynamic Analysis

28

Beam Element yˆ, vˆ ˆ φ , mˆ 1 1 xˆ 2 ˆ φ ,
Beam
Element
yˆ, vˆ
ˆ
φ
, mˆ
1
1
2
ˆ
φ
, mˆ
2
2
L
ˆ
ˆ
ˆ
ˆ
f
,
d
f
,
d
1y
1y
2y
2y
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Dynamic Analysis
29
Shape Functions 1 ( 3 2 3 ) N = 2xˆ − 3xˆ L +
Shape
Functions
1
(
3
2
3
)
N
=
2xˆ
3xˆ
L
+
L
1
3
L
1
(
3
2
2
3
)
N
=
L
2
L
+ xˆL
2
3
L
1
(
3
2
)
N
=
− 2xˆ
+
3xˆ
L
3
3
L
1
(
3
2
2
)
N
=
L
L
4
3
L
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Dynamic Analysis

30

Shape Functions 1.000 N N 1 3 0.500 N 2 L 0.000 0 N 4
Shape
Functions
1.000
N
N
1
3
0.500
N
2
L
0.000
0
N
4
-0.500
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Consistent Mass Matrix [ ] ][ T m ρ [ N N dV ] =
Consistent
Mass
Matrix
[
]
][
T
m
ρ
[
N
N dV
]
= ∫∫∫
V
156
22
L
54
13 L ⎤
2
2
22
L
4
L
13 L
− 3
L
[
]
m
m
=
420
54
13 L
156
22
L
2
2
13 L
3 L
− 22 L
4
L
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Lumped Mass Matrix ⎡ 1 0 0 0 ⎤ 2 ⎢ α L ⎥ 0
Lumped
Mass Matrix
1
0
0
0
2
α
L
0
0
0
m
[
]
210
m
=
2
0
0
1
0
2
α
L
0
0
0
210 ⎦
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Dynamic Analysis

33

2

2

Lumped

Mass Matrix

2nd and α α = 17.5
2nd and
α
α
= 17.5

4th terms

is

account for rotary inertia.

= 0 if this

ignored.

if mass moment of inertia

of bar

spinning about

one end is

selected

m ⎞ ⎛ L

2

I =

3

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34

Consistent Mass Matrix - CST ⎡ Q 0 ⎤ [ m ] = ⎢ ⎥
Consistent
Mass
Matrix
- CST
Q
0 ⎤
[
m
]
=
0
Q
⎡ 2
1
1 ⎤ u
1
m
[
Q
]
=
1
u
1 2
⎢ ⎢ 2
12
1
⎥ u
⎢ ⎣ 1
2 3
For each degree of
freedom
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Dynamic Analysis
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Consistent Mass Matrix - ⎡ 2 0 1 0 1 0 ⎤ ⎢ ⎥ 0
Consistent Mass
Matrix
-
2
0
1
0
1
0
0
2
0
1
0
1
ρ
At
1
0
2
0
1
0
[
m =
]
12
0
1
0
2
0
1
1
0
1
0
2
0
0
1
0
1
0
2
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Dynamic Analysis

CST

36

[

[

=

=

0

m

3

1

Lumped

Mass Matrix -

CST

[ [ = = ⎡ ⎢ ⎢ ⎢ ⎣ 0 m 3 1 Lumped Mass Matrix

]

]

1

0

0

0

0

0

1

Q 0

m

Q

0 u

3

Q

u 2

1 u

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37

Lumped Mass Matrix - ⎡ 1 0 0 0 0 0 ⎤ ⎢ ⎥ 0
Lumped Mass Matrix -
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
ρ
At
0
0
1
0
0
0
[
m
]
=
3
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
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Dynamic Analysis

CST

38

Consistent Mass Matrix - ⎡ Q 0 ⎤ [ m ] = ⎢ ⎥ 0
Consistent Mass Matrix -
Q
0
[
m
]
=
0
Q
4
2
1
2
2
4
2
1
[
m
Q
]
=
36 ⎢
1
2
4
2
2
1
2
4
m =ρ At
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Dynamic Analysis
39

Quad

Consistent Mass Matrix - ⎡ 4 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 ⎤ ⎢
Consistent Mass Matrix -
4
0
2
0
1
0
2
0
0
4
0
2
0
1
0
2
2
0
4
0
2
0
1
0
m
0
2
0
4
0
2
0
1
[
m =
]
36
1
0
2
0
4
0
2
0
0
1
0
2
0
4
0
2
2
0
1
0
2
0
4
0
0
2
0
1
0
2
0
4
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Dynamic Analysis

Quad

40

41

Hybrid

Methods

to
to

Attempts have been made

to combine

consistent and lumped mass approaches

achieve some

of the benefits

of each!

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Dynamic Analysis

HRZ

Lumping

1. 2. 3.
1.
2.
3.

4.

Hinton, Rock,

and Z

ienkiewicz

Compute

the

diagonal terms

of consistent

matrix.

mass

Compute

total mass of

element,

m

Compute

ss by adding diagonal

coefficients

associated with translational in same direction.

D-O-F that

are

5. Scale

all diagonal coefficients by

multiplying

by m/s

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7/29/2005 - ρ A L ⎡ 2 1 ⎤ [ mˆ ] = 6 ⎢

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- ρ A L ⎡ 2 1 ⎤ [ mˆ ] = 6 ⎢ ⎣
-
ρ
A L ⎡
2
1
[
]
=
6
⎣ 1
2
m =ρ A L
ρ A L
s =
4
×
6
m
3
=
s
2
ρ
A L ⎡
3
0
[
]
=
6
0
3
Dynamic Analysis

HRZ

Bar Element

43

HRZ - Beam Element ⎡ 156 22 L 54 − 13 L ⎤ ⎢ ⎥
HRZ -
Beam
Element
156
22
L
54
13 L
2
2
22
L
4
L
13
L
3 L
[
m
m
]
=
420 ⎢
54
13 L
156
22 L ⎥
2
2
13 L
3 L
− 22 L
4
L
m =ρ AL
ρ AL
s
=
312 ×
420
m
420
=
s
312
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44

HRZ - Beam Element ⎡ 420 ⎤ × 156 0 0 0 ⎢ ⎥ 312
HRZ -
Beam
Element
⎡ 420
× 156
0
0
0
312
39
420
2
0
× 4
L
0
0
2
L
m
m
[
]
312
=
=
420
420
78
39
0
0
× 156
0
312
2
420
L
2
0
0
0
× 4L
312
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45
HRZ – Quadratic Serendipity 3 1 76 36 16 8 76 36 3 x 3
HRZ –
Quadratic
Serendipity
3
1
76
36
16
8
76
36
3
x
3
Gauss
Rule
2 x 2
Gauss Rule
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Dynamic Analysis
46
HRZ – Quadratic Lagrangian 1 1 36 36 4 4 16 16 36 36 36
HRZ – Quadratic Lagrangian
1
1
36
36
4
4
16
16
36
36
36
36
3 x
Gauss
3
Rule
2 x 2
Gauss Rule
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Dynamic Analysis
47
% error in natural frequencies of a thick simply-supported plate. Half of the plate modeled
%
error
in natural frequencies of a thick
simply-supported plate.
Half
of the
plate
modeled with
8-noded
24
d-o-f elements
Mode
Type of Mass
Matrix
m n
Consistent (%)
HRz Lumping (%)
Ad Hoc
Lumping (%)
1 1
0.11
0.32
0.32
2 1
0.4
0.45
0.45
2
2
0.35
2.75
4.12
3
1
5.18
0.05
5.75
3
2
4.68
2.96
10.15
3
3
13.78
5.18
19.42
4
2
16.88
1.53
31.7
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Dynamic Analysis
48
Optimal Lumping Only translational d-o-f Based on consistent mass matrix Use appropriate quadrature rule Chose
Optimal
Lumping
Only
translational d-o-f
Based
on
consistent mass matrix
Use appropriate
quadrature rule
Chose
integration
points
to coincide
with
nodal locations
[m] will
be
diagonal
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Dynamic Analysis
49
Let p be the highest order complete polynomial in shape function N let m be
Let
p be the
highest
order complete
polynomial in
shape function
N
let m
be the
highest
order derivative
in
strain energy
(m = 1
elasticity, m
=
2
bending)
Chose quadrature rule
with
degree of
precision
2(p-m)
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Dynamic Analysis
50

f

2

Three noded bar element p = 2

f ⎜ 2 ⎤ ⎥ ⎦ Three noded bar element p = 2 m = 1

m = 1

2(p-m)

= 2

Three point quadrature rule.

Newton -Cotes has

points

at the nodes.

(Simpson’ Rule)

b

a

(

)

(

)

1

(

)

1

b + a

4

⎟ +

f( x)dx =

b a

f a

+

f b

6

6

6

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51

1 m =ρ A ∫ N N dx = ∫ N N J d ξ
1
m
A
N N dx =
N N
J d
ξ
ij
i
j
i
j
1
L
J =
2
L
1
4
1
m
A
(
1 −− 1
(
)
)
N
(
1 N
)( j
− 1 +
)
N
()
0 N
()
0
+
N
()
1 N
()
1
ij
i
i
j
i
j
2
6
6
6
i ≠ j
m
=
0
ij
1
3
2
1
0
0
ρ
AL
[
m
]
=
0
1
0
6
0
0
4
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52
Serendipity 1 − 12 1 3 7/29/2005 Dynamic Analysis 53
Serendipity
1
12
1
3
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Lagrangian
1
36
1
4
9
9
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Mass Matrices Product [m]{a} must yield the correct total force on an element (F =
Mass Matrices
Product [m]{a}
must yield
the correct
total force
on
an element (F = ma) when {a}
represents
a
rigid-
body translational
acceleration.
Consistent
mass matrices,
[m] and [M] are positive
definite.
Lumped
mass matrix is positive semi-definite when
zero terms
appear on
main diagonal.
Lumped
mass matrix is indefinite
when negative
terms
appear on main
diagonal.
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Mass Matrices

Mass Matrices Special treatment may be needed handle the last two cases. 7/29/2005 Dynamic Analysis to

Special treatment

may be needed

handle the last

two cases.

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to

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Best

Type ?

1.
1.

2.

Consistent

matrices usually

more accurate

for

flexural

problems. Consistent bounds on

matrices give upper

natural

frequencies.

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Best Type ? 1. Lumped matrices usually give natural frequencies less than exact values. 2.
Best
Type ?
1.
Lumped
matrices
usually give
natural
frequencies
less
than
exact
values.
2.
Simpler
to
form.
3.
Occupy less
storage.
4.
Require
less computational
effort.
5.
Usually more important
in time-history than
in
vibration problems.
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Damping 1. Structural damping is not 2. Due to mechanisms such viscous. as hysteresis and
Damping
1.
Structural
damping is
not
2.
Due
to mechanisms
such
viscous.
as hysteresis and
slip in
connections.
3.
Mechanisms not well understood.
4.
Awkward to
incorporate
into structural
dynamic equations.
5.
Makes equations computationally
difficult.
6.
Effects usually approximated by viscous
damping.
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Types of Damping

Models

Types of Damping Models Phenomenological Damping Methods (models actual dissipative mechanisms) Elastic-Plastic Hysteresis

Phenomenological

Damping

Methods

(models

actual

dissipative mechanisms)

Elastic-Plastic Hysteresis Loss

Structural Joint Friction

Material

Micro-cracking

Spectral

Damping

Methods

Introduce Viscous Relies on Fraction

Damping of Critical

Damping

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Critical

Damping

ξ
ξ

Fraction

of Critical

Damping

ξ = 1

Critical Damping

Critical Damping marks the transition between

a

oscillatory and structure

non- oscillatory

response of

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Critical Damping Ratio 0. 5% ≤ξ 2% ≤ ξ≤ 2% ≤ ξ≤ ≤ 5% 15%
Critical
Damping
Ratio
0. 5% ≤ξ
2% ≤ ξ≤
2% ≤ ξ≤
5%
15%
Steel Piping
Bolted or riveted
steel structures
15%
Reinforced or Prestresse s Concrete
Actual value
may
depend on
stress level.
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[

[

Rayleigh

or Proportional Damping

[ [ Rayleigh or Proportional Damping Damping matrix is a linear combination of stiffness and mass

Damping matrix

is a

linear combination of

stiffness

and mass

matrices:

]

]

[]M

C

K

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Rayleigh

or Proportional Damping

[C]
[C]

is orthogonal

damping

matrix.

Modes

may be uncoupled by eigenvectors

associated

with

undamped problem.

1

⎜ α

β ⎞

ξ=

ω−

2

ω

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If critical damping at two frequencies 1 ⎛ β ⎞ ξ= ⎜ α ω− ⎟
If
critical damping
at two
frequencies
1
β ⎞
ξ=
⎜ α
ω−
2
ω
( 2
ξ
ω ξ
ω
)
2
1
1
α
= 2
(
2
)
ω 2
ω
2
1
(
ξ
ω
−ξ
ω
)
2
2
1
β
= 2 ω
ω 1
1
2
(
2
ω
−ω
2
1 2 )
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ratio is known

then:

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Natural Frequencies and Mode Undamped, Unforced Response { } D = { D } sin
Natural
Frequencies
and
Mode
Undamped, Unforced
Response
{ }
D
=
{
D
}
sin ω t
{ }
&
D
{
D
}
cos ω t
{
&&
}
2
D
= −ω
{
D
}
sin
ω
t
{
D
}
amplitudes of nodal d - o -
f
ω
circular
frequency
ω
f =
( Hz )
2 π
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Results in

generalized

eigenproblem

(
(

[

]

{

0

}

[]

K

){ }

−λ

M

D

=

2

λ = ω

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Trivial Solution: [] K − λ [ M ] ≠ 0 { D } =
Trivial
Solution:
[]
K
λ
[
M
]
0
{
D
}
= 0
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Nontrivial Solution: [] K −λ [ M ] = 0 { } D ≠ 0
Nontrivial Solution:
[]
K
−λ
[
M
]
= 0
{
}
D
≠ 0
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λ ≡ Roots of Characteri stic i Polynomial (eigenvalues) { D } ≡ Associated Eigenvectors
λ
Roots of
Characteri stic
i
Polynomial
(eigenvalues)
{
D
}
Associated
Eigenvectors
i
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ω Natural Frequencies i { D } Normal Modes i 7/29/2005 Dynamic Analysis
ω
Natural
Frequencies
i
{
D
}
Normal
Modes
i
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Natural Frequencies [K] and [M] n x n then there are n eigenvalues and n
Natural
Frequencies
[K]
and [M] n x n then
there are
n eigenvalues
and n eigenvectors
[K]
and [M] positive definite
then eigenvalues
are
all positive
0
infinite eigenvalue
M ii =
M ii <
0
negative eigenvalue - imaginary
frequency
Use condensation to
remove
i th equation if M ii
= 0
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Rayleigh Quotient { }[ T ]{ } D K D λ= { } T D
Rayleigh
Quotient
{
}[
T
]{
}
D
K
D
λ=
{
}
T
D
[
]{
}
M
D
[
K
]
symmetric
[
M
]
positive definite
{
}
th
D
approximat
ion
to i
eigenvector
th
λ
approximat ion to
i
eigenvalue
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Rayleigh

           

Quotient

   
 

{

v

}

T

[

K

]{

v

}

λ

 

λ min

{

v

}

T

[

M

]{

v

}

max

λ min

 

smallest eigenvalue

λ max

l

arg est

eigenvalue

     

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Modal Methods When [K], [C], [M] are known and time independent the problem is linear.
Modal
Methods
When
[K], [C],
[M] are
known
and time
independent the problem is
linear.
[
]{ }
&&
]{ }
&
{
ext
}
M
D
+
[
C
D
+
[
K
] {
D
}
=
R
{
&
D
(
) }
0
, {
D
(
0
)
}
given as
initial
conditions
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Modal

               

Methods

{

   

}

 

[

T i M

]

{

 

}

     

D

 

D

j

= 0

{

}

T i [

   

]{

         

D

 

K

 

D

}

j

= 0

{

 

T

i

[

]{

   

}

j

 

D

}

C

D

 

= 0

         

i

 

j

   
         

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Assume
Assume

orthogonal damping, such as

Rayleigh Damping. Modes can

be uncoupled:

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{ D } T [ M ]{ D } = 1 i i { D
{
D
} T
[
M
]{
D
}
=
1
i
i
{
D
} T
[
]{
2
K
D
}
i
i
i
{
}
T
D
[
C
]
{
D
}
=
2
ξ
ω
i
i
i
i
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Eigenvectors are linearly independent [ φ ] = matrix of (mode eigenvectors shapes) { D
Eigenvectors
are
linearly independent
[
φ
]
= matrix of
(mode
eigenvectors
shapes)
{
D
}
=
[ ]{
φ
Z
}
{
Z
}
modal
amplitudes
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[

)

,

{

Substitute

into:

[ ]{ && M D
[
]{
&&
M
D

[

}

}

{

] {

}

}

&

D

]{

}

ext

C

K

D

R

+

+

=

&

D

(

{

( ) }

0

0

D

given

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[

&

}

}

}

[

φ

[

{

}

=

{

[

][ ]{ && M φ Z
][
]{
&&
M
φ
Z

]{ }

&

Z

][

{

&

][ ]{

φ

(

)

ext

C

]

K

D

}

Z

R

+

+

}

φ

Z( 0)

}

=

{

0

=

[ ]{

φ

()

0

Z ( 0)

D

given

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2

Mode

Displacement

Method

I
I

[

&&

[

[

}

]{ }

Z

]{ }

&

Z

]{

{}p

+ ξ

Z

+ ω

=

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φ

[

φ

& &

Z

=

}

}

]

0

)

}

Mode

Displacement

Method

T φ
T
φ

[

Pre-multiply by [φ] T

]

{

[

}

=

φ

]