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Steady-state regimes prediction of a multi-degree-of-freedom unstable dynamical system coupled to a set of nonlinear energy sinks

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A general method to predict the steady-state regimes of a multi-degree-of-freedom unstable vibrating system (the primary system) coupled to several nonlinear energy sinks (NESs) is proposed. The method has three main steps. The first step consists in the diagonalization of the primary underline linear system using the so-called biorthogonal transformation. Within the assumption of a primary system with only one unstable mode the dynamics of the diagonalized system is reduced ignoring the stable modes and keeping only the unstable mode. The complexification method is applied in the second step with the aim of obtaining the slow-flow of the reduced system. Then, the third step is an asymptotic analysis of the slow-flow based geometric singular perturbation theory. The analysis shows that the critical manifold of the system can be reduced to a one dimensional parametric curve evolving in a multidimensional space. The shape and the stability properties of the critical manifold and the stability properties of the fixed points of the slow-flow provide an analytical tool to predict the nature of the possible steady-state regimes of the system. Finally, two examples are considered to evaluate the effectiveness and advancement of the proposed method. The method is first applied to the prediction of the mitigation limit of a breaking system subject to friction-induced vibrations coupled to two NESs, and next an airfoil model undergoing an aeroelastic instability coupled to a NESs setup (from one to four) is discussed. Theoretical results are compared, for validation purposes, to direct numerical integration of the system. The comparisons show good agreement.
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hal-02177489 , version 1 (09-07-2019)

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Baptiste Bergeot, Sergio Bellizzi. Steady-state regimes prediction of a multi-degree-of-freedom unstable dynamical system coupled to a set of nonlinear energy sinks. Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing, 2019, 131, pp.728-750. ⟨10.1016/j.ymssp.2019.05.045⟩. ⟨hal-02177489⟩
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