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Flow-Induced In-Line Oscillation of a Circular Cylinder in a Water Tunnel

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Atsushi Okajima, Takashi Kosugi

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Kanazawa University, Ishikawa, 920-8667, Japan

Akira Nakamura

Institute of Nuclear Safely System, Inc., Fukui, Japane-mail: a-naka@inss.co.jp

J. Pressure Vessel Technol 124(1), 89-96 (Jun 22, 2001) (8 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1430670 History: Received March 23, 2001; Revised June 22, 2001
Copyright © 2002 by ASME
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Figures

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Test section of a water tunnel
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A circular cylinder supported with four plate springs at both ends—(a) experimental setup of a two-dimensional cylinder; (b) The detail of a two-dimensional cylinder
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A cantilevered circular cylinder with a finite spanwise
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The response amplitude of a two-dimensional circular cylinder and the Strouhal number for the reduced mass-damping parameter of Cn=0.98 and the natural frequency of the cylinder of fc=20.0 Hz
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The response amplitude of a two-dimensional circular cylinder and Strouhal number for the reduced mass-damping parameter of Cn=0.98 and the natural frequency of the cylinder of fc=20.0 Hz
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The response amplitude of a two-dimensional circular cylinder with different values of the reduced mass-damping parameters, Cn=0.98 to 2.12 with the natural frequency of the cylinder fc=20.0 Hz (stainless steel cylinder)
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The response amplitude of a two-dimensional circular cylinder with different values of the reduced mass-damping parameters, Cn=0.77 to 1.64 with the natural frequency of the cylinder fc=24.0 Hz (duralumin cylinder)
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The maximum response amplitude of a two-dimensional circular cylinder versus the reduced mass-damping parameter
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Detailed graph of the conditions for the suppression or avoidance of the oscillation 9
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Flow visualizations of the vortex structure for two excitation regions in a wind tunnel 12–(a) symmetry vortices (=wake breathing, first excitation region; Vr=2.3); (b) alternate vortices (second excitation region; Vr=3.2)
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The detail of the experimental setup with a splitter plate
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Response of a two-dimensional circular cylinder in in-line direction for the reduced mass-damping parameter of Cn=0.70 with splitter plate
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The response amplitude of a cantilevered cylinder and the wake Strouhal number for the reduced mass-damping parameter of Cn=0.24 and the natural frequency of the cylinder of fc=30.0 Hz
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The spectra distribution of the vortex shedding frequency (Vr=2.6)
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The response amplitude of a cantilevered cylinder with end-plate and the wake Strouhal number for the reduced mass-damping parameter of Cn=0.24 and the natural frequency of the cylinder of fc=30.0 Hz
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The response amplitude of a cantilevered circular cylinder with different values of the reduced mass-damping parameters, Cn=0.32 to 1.53
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The maximum response amplitude of two-dimensional and cantilevered circular cylinders versus the reduced mass-damping parameter
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Response of a cantilevered cylinder in in-line direction with splitter plate (Cn=0.24)

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