Analytical Model of Bolted Joint Structure and Its Nonlinear Dynamic Characteristics in Transient Excitation

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Abstract

The dynamic response of crucial components often depends upon the dynamic behavior of bolted connections. As is usually the case, the accurate modeling of structures with many mechanical joints remains a challenge work. The nonlinear behavior included in assembled structures strongly depends on the interface properties. In this paper, an analytical model of the simple bolted joint beam in tangential direction is first proposed for transient excitation, based on phenomenological model. The fourth-order Runge-Kutta method is employed to calculate the transient response, where the dynamic response of the nonlinear stiffness on system is also investigated. The simulation results show that natural frequency has a certain dependence on cubic stiffness term and cubic stiffness is more suitable for modeling of nonlinear system of a wider frequency range. Thereby, a series Iwan model containing cubic stiffness term is established to describe nonlinear behaviors of bolted joint beams in shear vibration. The amplitude-frequency curves show that the influence of interaction between nonlinear stiffness and damping mechanism on dynamic response characteristics is more obvious. Finally, a new type of nonlinear model is applied into finite element analysis. The results of proposed transient excitation experiment are discussed qualitatively, indicating that nonlinear effects observed agree with the numerical simulation results.

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Liao, X., Zhang, J., & Xu, X. (2016). Analytical Model of Bolted Joint Structure and Its Nonlinear Dynamic Characteristics in Transient Excitation. Shock and Vibration, 2016. https://doi.org/10.1155/2016/8387497

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