Updating of Dynamic Finite Element Models Based on Experimental Receptances and the Reduced Analytical Dynamic Stiffness Matrix 951247
This paper presents a model updating method based on experimental receptances. The presented method minimises the so called ‘indirect receptance difference’. First, the reduced analytical dynamic stiffness matrix is expressed as an approximate, linearised function of the updating parameters. In a numerically stable, iterative procedure, this reduced analytical dynamic stiffness matrix is changed in such a way that the analytical receptances match the experimental receptances at the updating frequencies. The updating frequencies are a set of selected frequency points in the frequency range of interest. Some considerations about an optimal selection of the updating frequencies are given.
Finally, a mixed static-dynamic reduction scheme is discussed. Dynamic reduction of the analytical dynamic stiffness matrix at each updating frequency is physically exact, but it involves a great computational effort. The presented mixed static-dynamic reduction scheme is a simple strategy to reduce the computational cost with a minor loss of accuracy.
Citation: Lammens, S., Brughmans, M., Leuridan, J., and Sas, P., "Updating of Dynamic Finite Element Models Based on Experimental Receptances and the Reduced Analytical Dynamic Stiffness Matrix," SAE Technical Paper 951247, 1995, https://doi.org/10.4271/951247. Download Citation
Stefan Lammens, Marc Brughmans, Jan Leuridan, Paul Sas
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