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Vibration Characteristics and Seismic Responses of Mechanical Structures With Hysteresis Elements

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Katsuhisa Fujita, Tetsuya Kimura, Yoshikazu Ohe

Mechanical Systems Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka Prefecture University, 1-1 Gakuencho, Sakai, Osaka, 599-8531, JPN

J. Pressure Vessel Technol 126(1), 98-104 (Feb 26, 2004) (7 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1634588 History: Received November 07, 2002; Revised May 12, 2003; Online February 26, 2004
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Basic structure of hysterisis damper
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Force-displacement curve of bilinear model for harmonic excitation (second stiffness=0)
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Force-displacement curve of Ramberg-Osgood model for harmonic excitation
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Analysis model (G=linear structure, H.D.=hysteresis damper)
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Locus of describing function of hysteresis damper: K=10,Re=3
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Schematic of the simulation model
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El Centro earthquake motion (acceleration)
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Effects of second stiffness variation to displacement and acceleration responses of bilinear model for seismic excitation: (a-1) n=1.1, disp.; (a-2) n=1.1, accel.; (b-1) n=1.5, disp.; (b-2) n=1.5, accel.; (c-1) n=2, disp.; (c-2) n=2, accel.; (d-1) n=5, disp.; (d-2) n=5, accel.; (e-1) n=15, disp.; (e-2) n=15, accel.; (f-1) n=∞, disp.; and (f-2) n=∞, accel.
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FFT results of Fig. 8 in displacement: (a) n=1.1; (b) n=1.5; (c) n=2; (d) n=5; (e) n=15; and (f) n=∞.
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Effects of second stiffness variation to force-displacement curve of bilinear model for seismic excitation: (a) n=1.1; (b) n=1.5; (c) n=2; (d) n=5; (e) n=15; and (f) n=∞.
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Displacement and acceleration response of bilinear model with weak support spring (one fourth to original) for seismic excitation: (a-1) n=5, disp.; (a-2) n=5, accel.; (b-1) n=∞, disp.; and (b-2) n=∞, accel.
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Effects of second stiffness variation to displacement and acceleration response of Ramberg-Osgood model for seismic excitation: (a-1) b=3, disp.; (a-2) b=3, accel.; (b-1) b=7, disp.; and (b-2) b=7, accel.
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FFT results of Fig. 12 in displacement: (a) b=3; and (b) b=7.
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Effects of second stiffness variation to force-displacement curve of Ramberg-Osgood model for seismic excitation: (a) b=3; and (b) b=7.
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Displacement and acceleration response of Ramberg-Osgood model with weak support spring (one fourth to original) for seismic excitation: (a-1) b=3, disp.; (a-2) b=3, accel.; (b-1) b=7, disp.; and (b-2) b=7, accel.
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Displacement and acceleration response of bilinear model (n=15) for seismic excitation against several amplitude (As=1,3,6,9,12,15 m/s2)
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Displacement and acceleration response of Ramberg-Osgood model (b=7) for seismic excitation against several amplitude (As=1,3,6,9,12,15 m/s2)
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Maximum displacement and acceleration response of bilinear model for seismic excitation against exciting amplitiude (○: n=1.1, ▵: n=1.5,+:n=2, *: n=5, □: n=15, ⋄: n=∞): (a) max. displacement; and (b) max. acceleration.
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Maximum displacement and acceleration response of Ramberg-Osgood model for seismic excitation against exciting amplitiude (○: b=3, ▵: b=5, +: b=7, *: b=9): (a) maximum displacement; and (b) maximum acceleration.

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