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Distributed, broadband vibration control devices using nonlinear approaches

Abstract : For ameliorating vibration reduction systems in engineering applications, miscellaneous vibration control methods, including vibration damping systems, have been developed in recent years. As one of intelligent vibration damping systems, nonlinear electronic damping system using smart materials (e.g., piezoelectric materials), is more likely to achieve multimodal vibration control. With the development of meta-structures (a structure based upon metamaterial concepts), electronic vibration damping shunts, such as linear resonant damping or negative capacitance shunts, have been introduced and integrated abundantly in the electromechanical meta-structure design for wave attenuation and vibration reduction control. Herein, semi-passive Synchronized Switch Damping on the Inductor (SSDI) technique (which belongs to nonlinear electronic damping techniques), is combined with smart meta-structure (also called smart periodic structure) concept for broadband wave attenuation and vibration reduction control, especially for low frequency applications. More precisely, smart periodic structure with nonlinear SSDI electrical networks is investigated from the following four aspects, including three new techniques for limiting vibrations: First, in order to dispose of a tool allowing the evaluation of the proposed approaches, previous finite element (FE) modeling methods for piezoelectric beam structures are summarized and a new voltage-based FE modeling method, based on Timoshenko beam theory, is proposed for investigating smart beam structure with complex interconnected electrical networks; then, the first developed technique lies in smart periodic structure with nonlinear SSDI interconnected electrical networks, which involves wave propagation interaction between continuous mechanical and continuous nonlinear electrical media; the second proposed topology lies in smart periodic structures with nonlinear SSDI interleaved / Tri-interleaved electrical networks involving wave propagation interaction between the continuous mechanical medium and the discrete nonlinear electrical medium. Due to unique electrical interleaved configuration and nonlinear SSDI electrical features, electrical irregularities are induced and simultaneously mechanical irregularities are also generated within an investigated periodic cell; the last architecture consists in smart periodic structures with SSDI multilevel interleaved-interconnected electrical networks, involving wave propagation interaction between the continuous mechanical medium and the multilevel continuous nonlinear electrical medium. Compared with the SSDI interconnected case, more resonant-type band gaps in the primitive pass bands of purely mechanical periodic structures can be induced, and the number of such band-gaps are closely related to the interconnection / interleaved level. Finally, the main works and perspectives of the thesis are summarized in the last chapter.
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Bin Bao. Distributed, broadband vibration control devices using nonlinear approaches. Electronics. Université de Lyon, 2016. English. ⟨NNT : 2016LYSEI086⟩. ⟨tel-01715607⟩

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