Modelling bending wave transmission across coupled plate systems comprising periodic ribbed plates in the low-, mid-, and high-frequency ranges using forms of statistical energy analysis

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Prediction of bending wave transmission across systems of coupled plates which incorporate periodic ribbed plates is considered using Statistical Energy Analysis (SEA) in the low- and mid-frequency ranges and Advanced SEA (ASEA) in the high-frequency range. This paper investigates the crossover from prediction with SEA to ASEA through comparison with Finite Element Methods. Results from L-junctions confirm that this crossover occurs near the frequency band containing the fundamental bending mode of the individual bays on the ribbed plate when ribs are parallel to the junction line. Below this frequency band, SEA models treating each periodic ribbed plate as a single subsystem were shown to be appropriate. Above this frequency band, large reductions occur in the vibration level when propagation takes place across successive bays on ribbed plates when the ribs are parallel to the junction. This is due to spatial filtering; hence it is necessary to use ASEA which can incorporate indirect coupling associated with this transmission mechanism. A system of three coupled plates was also modelled which introduced flanking transmission. The results show that a wide frequency range can be covered by using both SEA and ASEA for systems of coupled plates where some or all of the plates are periodic ribbed plates.

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Yin, J., & Hopkins, C. (2015). Modelling bending wave transmission across coupled plate systems comprising periodic ribbed plates in the low-, mid-, and high-frequency ranges using forms of statistical energy analysis. Shock and Vibration, 2015. https://doi.org/10.1155/2015/467875

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