The synergistic effect of the multiple parameters of vibro-impact nonlinear energy sink

  • Petro Lizunov Scientific Research Institute of Structural Mechanics,Kyiv National University of Construction and Architecture, 03680 Kyiv,Ukraine
  • Olga Pogorelova Scientific Research Institute of Structural Mechanics,Kyiv National University of Construction and Architecture, 03680 Kyiv,Ukraine
  • Tetiana Postnikova Scientific Research Institute of Structural Mechanics,Kyiv National University of Construction and Architecture, 03680 Kyiv,Ukraine
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Keywords: vibro-impact, damper, primary structure, obstacle, efficiency, complex dynamics

Abstract

This article studies the dynamics and efficiency of a vibro-impact damper (single-sided vibro-impact nonlinear energy sink—SSVI NES) depending on the exciting force parameters. The damper is coupled with a linear oscillator—the primary structure. It is shown that the damper is quite effective in a wide range of the exciting force amplitude and in the range of its frequency, which are higher than the resonant frequency; damper efficiency in these regions is fairly stable. The dynamics of the vibro-impact system “primary structure—SSVI NES” is rich and complex, which, however, does not impair the damper efficiency. In complex oscillatory regimes, the damper makes bilateral impacts: it hits both an obstacle and directly against the primary structure, which actually turns a single-sided NES into a double‐sided one. The optimization procedure and the choice of optimal damper parameters play a very important role in damper design. Optimizing multiple damper parameters instead of three shows a synergistic effect and provides better results.

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2023-09-12
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Lizunov, P., Pogorelova, O., & Postnikova, T. (2023). The synergistic effect of the multiple parameters of vibro-impact nonlinear energy sink. Journal of AppliedMath, 1(3), 199. https://doi.org/10.59400/jam.v1i3.199
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