Journal of Vibroengineering
publishes original papers presenting the state of the art in vibroengineering of dynamical systems
The List of Principal Topics:
- ▸ Acoustics, noise control and engineering applications
- ▸ Mechanical vibrations and applications
- ▸ Fault diagnosis based on vibration signal analysis
- ▸ Vibration generation and control
- ▸ Seismic engineering and applications
- ▸ Modal analysis and applications
- ▸ Vibration in transportation engineering
- ▸ Flow-induced structural vibrations
- ▸ Biomechanics and biomedical engineering
- ▸ Chaos, non-linear dynamics and applications
- ▸ Dynamics and Oscillations in electrical and electronics engineering
- ▸ Fractional dynamics and applications
- ▸ System dynamics in manufacturing system modeling
- ▸ Dynamics of Smart and functionally graded materials
Journal of Vibroengineering (JVE) ISSN (Print) 1392-8716, ISSN (Online) 2538-8460 is a prestigious peer reviewed International Journal specializing in theoretical and practical aspects of Vibration Engineering. It is indexed in Clarivate Analytics (Emerging Sources Citation Index - ESCI) and other major scientific databases. The journal attracts attention from the International Engineering Community.
Established in 1997 and published 8 times a year (semi-quarterly).
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Sushil Doranga, Christine Wu
In this paper, the nonlinearity detection, characterization and identification of a bolted beam assembly is presented. The methodology utilized in this work is based on the force reconstruction using the base excitation as an input and the nonlinear system identification. The force reconstruction procedure was carried out by exciting the bolted beam assembly at very low excitation with fully tightened bolt condition. The nonlinear effect in the bolted beam assembly was induced by reducing the bo
Journal of Vibroengineering, Vol. 23, Issue 5, 2021, p. 1109-1128.
Modeling and dynamic analysis of hydraulic damping rubber mount for cab under larger amplitude excitation
Xin Liao, Xiaojuan Sun, Hu Wang
In order to improve the ride comfort of the cab of construction machinery and reduce the harm of vibration to the driver, the lumped parameter model of passive hydraulic damping rubber mount (PHDRM) considering the nonlinearity of multi-inertial tracks is first established. Then the overall FE (finite element) fluid-solid coupling model of the vibration isolator is proposed by using ABAQUS combined simulation mode in this paper. Meanwhile, Combined with bidirectional strong coupling algorithm, t
Journal of Vibroengineering, Vol. 23, Issue 3, 2021, p. 542-558.
Rafael Ayala, Luis Moreno-Ahedo
An active damping controller based on the switched stiffness technique is developed and applied to vibration mitigation in a lightly damped structure. The controller either increases or decreases the system stiffness according to a state-dependent rule. A novel stability analysis based on the Floquet theory is proposed and employed to analyze the mathematical model of a one-degree-of-freedom system where the friction forces are taken into account. This novel analysis allows us to prove the expon
Journal of Vibroengineering, Vol. 23, Issue 4, 2021, p. 891-907.
Basuraj Bhowmik, Budhaditya Hazra, Michael O’Byrne, Bidisha Ghosh, Vikram Pakrashi
Real-time estimates of natural frequencies, mode shapes and damping of a structural system can be interpreted to its structural health. In this regard, real-time estimation of damping ratios for full-scale structures can be useful by itself or in conjunction with real-time estimates of natural frequencies. Such estimates also allow for continuous health monitoring. This paper demonstrates an approach of assessing real-time damping in full scale bridges and demonstrates this on one of the iconic
Journal of Vibroengineering, Vol. 23, Issue 1, 2021, p. 14-25.
The effect of marine growth and damage severity on the modal parameters of offshore wind turbine supporting structures: an experimental study
This contribution investigates the effect of marine growth and damage severity on the modal parameters of a scaled experimental model of a monopile used in supporting offshore wind turbines. A quick glimpse of the literature review reveals that this topic has not been well investigated as the majority of previous research focuses on the effect of marine growth on the hydrodynamic loads transferred to the test structure, with little focus on its effect on the modal parameters of a structure. Neve
Journal of Vibroengineering, Vol. 23, Issue 2, 2021, p. 407-418.
A comparative study of phenomenological hysteretic models with application to recycled rubber-fibre reinforced bearings
The present study investigates the capability of different hysteresis models in representing the nonlinear behaviour of Recycled Rubber-Fibre Reinforced Bearings (RR-FRBs). A recently developed class of uniaxial phenomenological models is considered along with the Bouc-Wen Model (BWM). In particular, Bilinear Model (BM) and Exponential Model (EM), belonging to the class of above-mentioned phenomenological models, are used. The restoring force-displacement loops of RR-FRBs obtained from the diffe
Journal of Vibroengineering, Vol. 22, Issue 8, 2020, p. 1798-1813.
The seismically induced failure sequence of multiple components of high-speed railway bridges under different earthquake intensities
Biao Wei, Chaobin Li, Peng Wang, Lizhong Jiang, Teng Wang
Though seismic vulnerability analysis of highway bridges is mature, there is little corresponding research on high-speed railway (HSR) bridges. The seismic vulnerability analysis of HSR bridges is very different to and more difficult than for highway bridges because the multiple components of the track structure are very complex. To fill this research gap, the authors establish a finite element (FE) model of an HSR bridge with the China railway track system II (CRTS II), which includes sliding l
Journal of Vibroengineering, Vol. 22, Issue 7, 2020, p. 1629-1647.
The inner product vector as an output-only cross-correlation-based feature to structural damage assessment
Marcello Morgantini, Raimondo Betti
This paper presents a structural damage assessment method that relies on a cross-correlation-based damage sensitive feature known as Inner Product Vector (IPV). Such a feature is extracted from the dynamic response measured at different locations within a structure. Previous investigations on the use of the IPV in a damage detection framework were conducted through laboratory tests by manipulating the excitation source in an input-output approach. In this paper, a new output-only approach has be
Journal of Vibroengineering, Vol. 22, Issue 6, 2020, p. 1373-1398.