Two reduction methods for dynamic analysis of structures with local nonlinearity are compared. Dual and primal formulation have the same projection basis including flexibility residual attachment modes and free interface modes, but there are significant differences in their implementation. Both methods can be applied to nonlinear forced response analysis of turbine blades with contact interfaces in shroud. In this study, the shroud contact elements are employed using the adequate description of friction and 3D tangential coupled contact forces considering the effect of normal load variation. In order to examine and compare the accuracy of the two formulations, a rod and a simplified shrouded turbine blade was considered as case studies.

A Comparison of Two Reduction Techniques for Forced Response of Shrouded Blades with Contact Interfaces / Mashayekhi, Fahimeh; Zucca, Stefano; Ali Salehzadeh Nobari,. - STAMPA. - Volume 4. Conference Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Mechanics Series:(2018), pp. 79-88. ((Intervento presentato al convegno IMAC XXXVI tenutosi a Orlando (USA) nel 12-15 febbraio 2018 [10.1007/978-3-319-74654-8_7].

A Comparison of Two Reduction Techniques for Forced Response of Shrouded Blades with Contact Interfaces

MASHAYEKHI, FAHIMEH;Stefano Zucca;
2018

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Two reduction methods for dynamic analysis of structures with local nonlinearity are compared. Dual and primal formulation have the same projection basis including flexibility residual attachment modes and free interface modes, but there are significant differences in their implementation. Both methods can be applied to nonlinear forced response analysis of turbine blades with contact interfaces in shroud. In this study, the shroud contact elements are employed using the adequate description of friction and 3D tangential coupled contact forces considering the effect of normal load variation. In order to examine and compare the accuracy of the two formulations, a rod and a simplified shrouded turbine blade was considered as case studies.
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