Околорезонансные режимы в стационарной задаче о подвижной нагрузке в случае трансверсально изотропной упругой полуплоскости
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The Parametric Oscillations of Heterogeneous Round Cylindrical Shell of Variable Density
on Different Boundary Conditions
A. A. Mochalin
Saratov State Technical University named after Yu.A. Gagarin, 77, Politeknicheskaya st., 410 054, Saratov, Russia, a. mochalin@inbox. ru
We consider an isotropic cylindrical shell of varying thickness and density along the generatrix. Let the shell be under pressure, which is symmetric and also varying along the generatrix. We follow the polupostamenty theory by V. Z. Vlasov and consider the problem of the dynamical stability of the shell. We obtain the exact solution corresponding to the certain relation between thickness, pressure and density. Such kind of shells of extent medium is important in mechanical and aerospace engineering for optimal mass obtaining. In the paper we obtain minimum values of the excitation coefficients for five boundary value problems, which are of great importance in engineering. We give the accuracy estimation of the WKB method for these problems. Numerical results are summarized in the table.
Key words: cylindrical shell, theory of shells, parametric oscillations of shells, radial loading, shell thickness, theory of elasticity, coefficients of excitation, dynamic stability.
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NEAR-RESONANT REGIMES OF A STEADY-STATE MOVING LOAD ON A TRANSVERSELY ISOTROPIC ELASTIC HALF-PLANE
D. A. Prikazchikov
School of Computing and Mathematics, Keele University, Keele, Staffordshire, ST5 5BG, UK, d. prikazchikov@keele. ac. uk
A moving load problem on a transversely isotropic elastic half-plane is considered under steady-state assumption. The approach relies on the hyperbolic-elliptic asymptotic model for surface wave, allowing drastic simplifications. In particular, the formulation is reduced to a Dirichlet problem for a scaled Laplace equation having a straightforward solution in terms of elementary functions. The obtained approximate solutions are valid for loads travelling at speeds close to surface wave speed.
Key words: moving load, transversely isotropic, near-resonant.
The practical importance of moving load problems is increasing, especially in view of the rapid development of high-speed railway operation, see e.g. [1,2]. It is well-known, that surface wave speed is critical for a moving load on an elastic solid, both within theoretical and experimental setup [3,4]. Therefore, analysis of the near-resonant regimes is an issue of particular significance.
This paper is concerned with analytical treatment of the near-resonant regimes of a point force moving steadily at a constant speed along the surface of a transversely isotropic elastic half-plane. Similarly to isotropic media, the exact solution of the problem may be expressed in integral form, see e.g. , which is not straightforward for further analysis. This stimulates various approximate approaches, for example that for soil dynamics, preserving vertical displacement only .
The approach of this paper relies on a recently proposed methodology related to approximate formulation for surface wave field, see , and  for more details. This asymptotic formulation involves a hyperbolic equation on the surface describing the wave propagation and an elliptic equation over the interior governing the decay away from the surface, being first derived in  by means of the symbolic Lourier method. Later the same result was obtained in  through a slow-time perturbation of the free eigensolution in terms of a single plane harmonic function . The approach was also extended to 3D case and has been successfully applied to moving load problems [12,13]. The methodology relies on the general assumption of dominance of surface wave field compared to that arising from the bulk waves, which is physically justified for the case of near-resonant regimes of the moving load.
The model in  has also been generalized to a transversely isotropic media . However, the representation of the surface wave field for a transversely isotropic media in terms of a single harmonic function has only become available after a recent contribution , which allowed drastic simplifications of the asymptotic formulation for the surface wave field.
Similarly to results for isotropic media, the considered moving load problem reduces to a Dirichlet problem for a scaled Laplace equation, with the boundary value provided by a 1D wave equation, thus enabling an elegant solution in terms of elementary functions. The resonant nature of the surface wave is clearly observed from the obtained solution. The results are expected to provide reasonable approximation in the near-surface vicinity for a range of speeds of the moving load close to that of surface wave speed.
2. STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
Consider a transversely isotropic half-plane -to & lt- x1 & lt- to, 0 & lt- x3 & lt- to subjected to action of a point concentrated force moving steadily at a constant speed c along the surface x3 = 0 (Figure).
The load moving along the surface of a half-plane
The 2D equations of motion of linear elasticity are written in standard form
011,1 + 013,3 = pUl, tt, 031,1 + a33,3 = pu3, tt, (1)
where aj and u (i, j = 1, 3) are the stress tensor and displacement field components, respectively, p is volume density, and a comma indicates differentiation along the associated spatial or time variable. The constitutive relations of a transversely isotropic solid are adopted in the form
a 11 = C11U1,1 + C13"3,3, a 13 = 031 = C44 («1,3 + «3,1), 033,3 = ^31, 1 + C33"3,3, (2)
where Cj are stiffness tensor components expressed in Voigt contracted notation, see e.g. . It is assumed that the coefficients Cj satisfy the conditions
C11 & gt- 0, C44 & gt- 0, ciiC33 — cl3 & gt- 0, (3)
ensuring positive definiteness of the strain-energy density, see .
The boundary conditions on the surface x3 = 0 are specified in the form
031 =0, 033 = Po^ (xi — ct). (4)
Using the constitutive relations (2) the problem may now be reformulated in terms of displacement components as
ciiui, ii + C44U1,33 + (ci3 + C44) U3,13 = pUi, tt,
(ci3 + C44) Ui, 13 + C44U3,11 + C333, 33 = pU3, tt,
subject to the following boundary conditions at x3 = 0
ui, 3 + U3, i = 0, C13ui, i + C33U3,3 = PoS (xi — ct). (6)
3. APPROXIMATE FORMULATION FOR THE SURFACE WAVE FIELD
Using the results of , it is possible to present the approximate statement of the boundary value problem (5), (6), oriented towards extraction of the contribution of the surface wave to the overall dynamic response, thus neglecting the effect of the bulk waves. Clearly, a load moving at a speed close to that of surface wave speed, provides an example of surface wave field dominating those of the bulk waves, therefore the application of the asymptotic model  is justified.
According to the latter, the decay over the interior of a half-plane is governed by a system of elliptic equations
(cii — pcR) Ui, ii + C44Ui, 33 +U3,13 = 0, (7)
0U1,13 + (C44 — pcR U3,11 + C33U3,33 = 0, (8)
where @ = C13 + C44. The boundary conditions on the surface X3 = 0 include a hyperbolic equation for the horizontal displacement and a relation between the displacements, namely
Ui, 3 + U3, i = 0, Ui, tt — crUi, ii = APoS'- (xi — ct), (9) with cr denoting the surface wave speed, being the root of
c33c44p2cr (cii — pcr) — (c44 — pcr) [c33 (cii — pcr) — ^3] 2 = 0, (10) see e.g. . The coefficient A in the hyperbolic equation (9) is a material constant given by
A = 1 L Ы-Pauhi-J^ + pCR — C11 |, (,)
pB V c33C44
о о 2, c33 (pcR — C11) (cil — 4pcR + ^44) + ci3 (cii + C44 — 2pcR)
B = 2PcR — c11 ±-n /, ох/ TT-'- (i2)
B = 2pcR — ^ + C33 — /_
2 у/C33C44 (cn — pcR)(C44 — pcR)
It should be noted that the system (7), (8) is closely related to a recent representation of a free surface wave field in orthorhombic media  generalizing previous results of  and  for isotropic media.
Following , the eigensolution for the displacements may be written in terms of a single harmonic function as
ui (xi, X3, t) = ф (xi — crt, А1Ж3) — хФ (xi — crt, Л2Ж3), (13)
из (xi, X3, t) = YiФ* (xi — crt, Aiхз) — Y2хФ* (xi — cRt, A2хз), (14)
where ф is an arbitrary plane harmonic function, a star superscript denotes the harmonic conjugate, Ai (i = 1, 2) stand for the attenuation orders (ensuring decay as x3 ^ то) determined from the characteristic equation
СззC44a4 — [c4 + CiiC33 — в2 — (сзз + C44) pcR] A2 + (cii — pcR) (C44 — pcR) = 0, (15)
Yi = C44A2 +pcR, х =, (i =1,2). (16)
pAi Y2 — A2
Using the relation (13), the boundary value problem (7)-(9) may be reduced to a scalar problem for a plane harmonic function Ф
ф, зз + A2 ф, п = 0 (17)
subject to the boundary condition at x3 = 0
0, tt — cR0,11 = 1-s'- (xi — ct). (18)
1 — X
The solution of the boundary value problem (17), (18) should then be substituted into representation (13), (14) to give the resulting displacement profile of surface wave field.
4. ANALYSIS OF THE NEAR-RESONANT STEADY-STATE REGIME OF A MOVING LOAD
Let us introduce a moving coordinate | = xi — ct. The hyperbolic equation (18) then becomes
(c2 — cR)*» (?, 0) = iP-XIl, (19)
0)=(1 — XK2 — cR) (I1 — 2). (20)
A resonant nature of the surface wave is now immediately observed from (20). It should also be noted that the constant of integration is chosen from symmetry considerations, and cannot be uniquely determined from analysis of the steady-state regime, for more details see .
The solution of the Dirichlet problem for an elliptic equation (17) with boundary value (20) may now be obtained through the Poisson integral formula , giving
0(?, x3) = -r. -^-^ arctan--. (21)
n (1 — X)(c2 — cR) AX3
Using (13) and (14), the resulting displacement components are obtained in the form
ui (xi, хз, t) =
п (1 — x)(C2 — CR)
arctan --х arctan ^
U3(xi, X3, t) = 2n (1 — App°c2 — cr) [71 ln (12 + A2x3) — 72X ln (|2 + A2x3)]. (23)
We note that the range of validity of the derived formulations is specified to near-resonant case only
|c — cr|& lt- 1. (24)
However, the analysis of a transient moving load problem within isotropic framework  revealed that the actual range of applicability of the obtained approximate solution is rather wide. For example, in the sub-critical case the developed model seemed to capture qualitative behaviour up to the values of c = 0. 7cr.
5. CONCLUDING REMARKS
Analysis of the near-resonant regimes of a moving load on a transversely isotropic half-plane within steady-state assumption has been presented. The representation of the surface wave field in terms of a single harmonic function (13) and (14) has been employed along with the hyperbolic equation (9) arising from the asymptotic model oriented to surface wave field only. As a result, a simple analytical solution in terms of elementary functions has been obtained. The resonant nature of the surface wave has also been clearly illustrated. The derived asymptotic solutions are expected to provide reasonable approximation for loads travelling at speeds close to that of surface wave speed.
The presented approach could be extended to transient moving load problem similarly to . Another possible directions of further development are associated with 3D formulations considered in , and mixed problems of elastodynamics, see .
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Околорезонансные режимы в стационарной задаче о подвижной нагрузке в случае трансверсально изотропной упругой полуплоскости
Д. А. Приказчиков
Кандидат физико-математических наук, лектор по прикладной математике, кафедра математики и компьютерных наук, Кильский университет, Великобритания, d. prikazchikov@keele. ac. uk
Рассматриваются автомодельные (стационарные) режимы в задаче о подвижной нагрузке в случае трансверсально изотропной упругой полуплоскости. Решение опирается на асимптотическую гиперболико-эллиптическую модель для поля поверхностной волны, что позволяет получить существенные упрощения в околорезонансной области. В частности, формулировка сводится к задаче Дирихле для уравнения Лапласа, имеющей явное решение выраженное в терминах элементарных функций. Полученные приближения могут быть использованы при скоростях нагрузки, близких к критической скорости поверхностной волны.
Ключевые слова: движущаяся нагрузка, трансверсально изотропный, около-резонансный.
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2. Cao Y., Xia H., Li Z. A semi-analytical/FEM model for predicting ground vibrations induced by highspeed train through continuous girder bridge // J. Mech. Sci. Technol. 2012. Vol. 26. P. 2485−2496. DOI: 10. 1007s12206−012−0630−1.
3. Cole J., Huth J. Stresses produced in a half plane by moving loads // J. Appl. Mech. 1958. Vol. 25. P. 433−436.
4. Madshus C., Kaynia A. M. High-speed railway lines on soft ground: dynamic behaviour at critical train speed // J. Sound Vib. 2000. Vol. 231, № 3. P. 689 701. DOI: 10. 1006/jsvi. 1999. 2647.
5. Mukherjee S. Stresses produced by a load moving over the rough boundary of a semi-infinite transversely isotropic solid // Pure Appl. Geophys. 1969. Vol. 72. P. 45−50. DOI: 10. 1007/BF00875691.
6. De Hoop A. T. The moving-load problem in soil dynamics — the vertical displacement approximation // Wave Motion. 2002. Vol. 36. P. 335−346. DOI: 10. 1016/S0165−2125(02)00028−8
7. Kaplunov J., Nolde E., Prikazchikov D. A. A revisit to the moving load problem using an asymptotic model for the Rayleigh wave // Wave Motion. 2010. Vol. 47. P. 440−451. DOI: 10. 1016/j. wavemoti. 2010. 01. 005.
8. Kaplunov J., Prikazchikov D. A. Explicit models for surface, interfacial and edge waves in elastic solids // Dynamic localization phenomena in elasticity, acoustics and electromagnetism / eds.
R. Craster, J. Kaplunov. CISM Lecture Notes. Springer-Verlag, 2013. Vol. 547. P. 73−114.
10. Kaplunov J., Zakharov A., Prikazchikov D. A. Explicit models for elastic and piezoelastic surface waves // IMA J. Appl. Math. 2006. Vol. 71. P. 768 782. DOI: 10. 1093/imamat/hxl012.
11. Chadwick P. Surface and interfacial waves of arbitrary form in isotropic elastic media // J. Elast. 1976. Vol. 6. P. 73−80. DOI: 10. 1007/BF00135177.
12. Kaplunov J., Prikazchikov D. A., Erbas B., Sahin O. On a 3D moving load problem in an elastic half space // Wave Motion. 2013. Vol. 50. P. 12 291 238. DOI: 10. 1016/j. wavemoti. 2012. 12. 008.
13. Erbas B., Kaplunov J. Prikazchikov D. A., Sahin O. The near-resonant regimes of a moving load in a three-dimensional problem for a coated elastic half-space // Math. Mech. Solids. 2014. DOI: 10. 1177/1 081 286 514 555 451.
15. Prikazchikov D. A. Rayleigh waves of arbitrary profile in anisotropic media // Mech. Res. Comm. 2013. Vol. 50. P. 83−86. DOI: 10. 1016/j. mech rescom. 2013. 03. 009.
16. Buchwald V. T. Rayleigh waves in transversely isotropic media // Quart. J. Mech. Appl. Math. 1961. Vol. 14. P. 293−318. DOI: 10. 1093/qjmam/14.3. 293.
17. Ting T. C. T. Anisotropic elasticity. Oxford: Oxford Univ. Press, 1996. 570 p.
18. Royer D., Dieulesaint E. Elastic Waves in Solids II. Berlin: Springer, 2000. 446 p.
19. Kiselev A. P., Parker D. F. Omni-directional Rayleigh, Stoneley and Scholte waves with general time dependence // Proc. Roy. Soc. London A. 2010. Vol. 466. P. 2241−2258. DOI: 10. 1098/rspa. 2009. 0595.
21. Courant R., Hilbert D. Methods of Mathematical Physics. Vol. 2. N.Y.: Wiley 1966. 811 p.
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