The geometrically nonlinear vibration response of truncated thin conical shells is studied for the first time considering the one-to-one internal resonance, a phenomenon typically observed in symmetric structures such as conical shells. The Novozhilov nonlinear shell theory, retaining all nonlinear terms in the in-plane strain–displacement relationships of the three mid-surface displacements, is applied to study nonlinear vibrations of truncated conical shells. In-plane inertia is also taken into account, and a relatively large number of generalized coordinates, associated with the global discretization of the shell, is considered. This gives very accurate numerical solutions for simply supported, truncated thin conical shells. The effect of an exact one-to-one internal resonance, due to the axial symmetry of conical shells, is fully considered and the results are presented for different excitation levels. The numerical results show that also an almost exact one-to-one internal resonance with a mode presenting a different number of circumferential waves can also arise, which further complicates the nonlinear vibrations and leads to 1:1:1:1 internal resonance. The numerical model was augmented with additional generalized coordinates to capture this phenomenon. Pitchfork, Neimark–Sacker and period-doubling bifurcations of the forced vibration responses arising from internal resonances are detected, followed and presented, showing complex nonlinear dynamics.

Nonlinear vibrations of truncated conical shells considering multiple internal resonances / Amabili, M.; Balasubramanian, P.. - In: NONLINEAR DYNAMICS. - ISSN 0924-090X. - 100:1(2020), pp. 77-93. [10.1007/s11071-020-05507-8]

Nonlinear vibrations of truncated conical shells considering multiple internal resonances

Amabili M.;
2020-01-01

Abstract

The geometrically nonlinear vibration response of truncated thin conical shells is studied for the first time considering the one-to-one internal resonance, a phenomenon typically observed in symmetric structures such as conical shells. The Novozhilov nonlinear shell theory, retaining all nonlinear terms in the in-plane strain–displacement relationships of the three mid-surface displacements, is applied to study nonlinear vibrations of truncated conical shells. In-plane inertia is also taken into account, and a relatively large number of generalized coordinates, associated with the global discretization of the shell, is considered. This gives very accurate numerical solutions for simply supported, truncated thin conical shells. The effect of an exact one-to-one internal resonance, due to the axial symmetry of conical shells, is fully considered and the results are presented for different excitation levels. The numerical results show that also an almost exact one-to-one internal resonance with a mode presenting a different number of circumferential waves can also arise, which further complicates the nonlinear vibrations and leads to 1:1:1:1 internal resonance. The numerical model was augmented with additional generalized coordinates to capture this phenomenon. Pitchfork, Neimark–Sacker and period-doubling bifurcations of the forced vibration responses arising from internal resonances are detected, followed and presented, showing complex nonlinear dynamics.
2020
Nonlinear vibrations of truncated conical shells considering multiple internal resonances / Amabili, M.; Balasubramanian, P.. - In: NONLINEAR DYNAMICS. - ISSN 0924-090X. - 100:1(2020), pp. 77-93. [10.1007/s11071-020-05507-8]
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