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Experimental and acoustic modal analysis of the submerged steel plate in water

Originální název

Experimental and acoustic modal analysis of the submerged steel plate in water

Anglický název

Experimental and acoustic modal analysis of the submerged steel plate in water

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The immersed body has different natural frequencies compared to body in vacuum or air. This is one of added effects of fluid on submerged solid. In this work this is studied on steel plate both experimentally and in simulation. Comparison between these methods is given and ability of ANSYS Acoustic to predict frequency change with reasonable accuracy is presented. Frequency change as well as change of order of mode types correlates with experimental measurement. Difference in measurement for submerged and partially submerged body is discussed.

Anglický abstrakt

The immersed body has different natural frequencies compared to body in vacuum or air. This is one of added effects of fluid on submerged solid. In this work this is studied on steel plate both experimentally and in simulation. Comparison between these methods is given and ability of ANSYS Acoustic to predict frequency change with reasonable accuracy is presented. Frequency change as well as change of order of mode types correlates with experimental measurement. Difference in measurement for submerged and partially submerged body is discussed.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT150104,
  author="Jan {Kůrečka} and Vladimír {Habán}",
  title="Experimental and acoustic modal analysis of the submerged steel plate in water",
  annote="The immersed body has different natural frequencies compared to body in vacuum or air. This is one of added effects of fluid on submerged solid. In this work this is studied on steel plate both experimentally and in simulation. Comparison between these methods is given and ability of ANSYS Acoustic to predict frequency change with reasonable accuracy is presented. Frequency change as well as change of order of mode types correlates with experimental measurement. Difference in measurement for submerged and partially submerged body is discussed.",
  booktitle="37TH MEETING OF DEPARTMENTS OF FLUID MECHANICS AND THERMODYNAMICS",
  chapter="150104",
  doi="10.1063/1.5049919",
  howpublished="online",
  number="020012",
  year="2018",
  month="august",
  pages="1--4",
  type="conference paper"
}