Flow-Induced Structural Vibrationsby Gerrit H. Toebes,
Serial Information: Journal of the Engineering Mechanics Division, 1965, Vol. 91, Issue 6, Pg. 39-66
Document Type: Journal Paper
The problem of flow-induced structural vibration is characterized mainly by interdependence of structural deformation and fluid-dynamic loading. The analytical and physical nature of this problem, designated as fluidelasticity, is examined and exemplified, thereby developing a framework useful in unifying an otherwise heterogeneous group of vibration phenomena. The performance of timely model studies is emphasized.
Subject Headings: Vibration | Model analysis | Deformation (mechanics) | Load factors | Fluid dynamics | Heterogeneity | Frames
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