Shock and Vibration
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Dispersion Compensation Method for Lamb Waves Based on Measured Wavenumber

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Shock and Vibration publishes papers on all aspects of shock and vibration, especially in relation to civil, mechanical and aerospace engineering applications, as well as transport, materials and geoscience. 

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Chief Editor, Dr Thai, is based at the University of Melbourne and his current research focuses on high strength materials for sustainable construction of buildings, bridges and other infrastructure.

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A Novel Improved Local Binary Pattern and Its Application to the Fault Diagnosis of Diesel Engine

Aiming at the feature extraction difficulty of vibration signals, an improved local binary pattern- (ILBP-) based diesel engine fault diagnosis approach is proposed. To effectively make use of the component spatial information in time-frequency images, local binary pattern (LBP) algorithm is applied. Also, in view of the problems that traditional LBP coding is easily interfered by singular pixel points and the relative spatial information is not prominent, an improved coding rule of the LBP operator is put forward in this paper. Compared with some typical LBP algorithms, computational complexity of the proposed ILBP algorithm is greatly reduced, and the coding sparsity is greatly improved. The ILBP operator is applied to fault diagnosis of BF4L1011F diesel engine with eight different valve conditions. For comparison, six kinds of time-frequency distribution are used to convert raw vibration signals into time-frequency images, and then circular LBP, rotation-invariant LBP, uniform LBP, and ILBP operator are applied for texture coding. Finally, nearest neighbor classifier (NNC) and support vector machine (SVM) are used for fault identification. The classification results show that the ILBP operator proposed in this paper can better describe the texture feature information in vibration time-frequency images of the diesel engine, and a good diagnostic effect can be achieved by combining wavelet packet (WP) distribution and ILBP.

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Two-Dimensional Multiple-Snapshot Grid-Free Compressive Beamforming Using Alternating Direction Method of Multipliers

Compressive beamforming with planar microphone arrays is capable of estimating the two-dimensional direction-of-arrivals (DOAs) and quantifying the strengths of acoustic sources effectively. The multiple-snapshot grid-free method has recently been concerned due to the advantages that it can circumvent the basis mismatch conundrum of the conventional grid-based method and improve the performance of the single-snapshot grid-free method. The existing atomic norm minimization based strategy uses an off-the-peg interior point method (IPM) based solver to solve the positive semidefinite programming equivalent to the atomic norm minimization. We present an alternative algorithm based on alternating direction method of multipliers (ADMM) in this paper. Both simulations and experiments demonstrate that whether a standard uniform rectangular array or a non-uniform array constituted by a small number of microphones is employed, the two-dimensional multiple-snapshot grid-free compressive beamforming using our ADMM based algorithm can estimate the DOAs and quantify the strengths of acoustic sources well, and reaching the same or even better DOA estimation accuracy as the one using the IPM based solver, our ADMM based algorithm is distinctly faster.

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Effects of Oblique Incidence of SV Waves on Nonlinear Seismic Response of a Lined Arched Tunnel

The incident direction of earthquake motion is an important factor affecting the seismic response of underground structures. In this study, a three-dimensional (3D) oblique incidence method of SV waves is proposed and the effects of incident angles of SV waves on the seismic response of a lined arched tunnel are evaluated. Based on wave field decomposition principle and equivalent node force method and together with viscous-spring artificial boundary, the oblique incidence method of SV waves is implemented by transforming seismic wave field into the equivalent nodal forces acting on the artificial boundaries. By deriving the distance of the incident waves and the reflected wave on free surface to artificial boundaries, this method can comprehensively consider the phase difference of the seismic wave propagation and the influence of the damping effect of the rock medium on the seismic wave propagation. The method is programed into a dynamic finite element program and its effectiveness is examined by a numerical example. Consequently, the oblique incidence method is applied to evaluate the seismic behaviors of the tunnel. The numerical results reveal that (1) the oblique incidence of the seismic wave results in a larger seismic response; (2) the response amplitudes of the stress and displacement increase with the increase of incident angles and reaching the maximum in the case of 30° incident angle; (3) the damage extent increases with an increase in the incident angles, and the oblique incidence of the seismic wave is believed to increase the spatial difference of damage distribution.

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Ground Simulation Test of 2D Dynamic Overload Environment of Fuze Launching

The fuze launch process is subjected to backseat and spin overloads. To address this issue, a loading method of a 2D dynamic acceleration environment was developed in this study for testing fuze antioverload performance on ground. The techniques of flywheel energy storage, high-speed impact, and centrifugal rotation in the track are combined in a dynamic analysis and simulation. First, the flywheel is rotated at a constant speed by a variable-frequency motor to obtain high kinetic energy. Second, an impact hammer is instantaneously released on the specimen at a high speed, loading the backseat acceleration environment. Finally, the impact hammer is retracted, and the specimen is rotated in the track instead of spinning around its axis, thereby loading the centrifugal acceleration environment. The peak value and pulse width of the 2D overload acceleration can be adjusted by changing the speed of the flywheel and buffers in the abovementioned process. The experimental and simulation results observed that the peak value of backseat acceleration could reach 34,559 g, the pulse width was approximately 400 μs, and the peak value of the centrifugal acceleration was 1,020 g. The study results showed that the proposed approach fulfills the requirements of the 2D overload simulation test of the micro-electromechanical system (MEMS) fuze safety and arming mechanism. The proposed loading method has been successfully applied to ground simulation tests of the MEMS fuze safety and arming mechanism.

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Parametrical Investigation of Piezoelectric Energy Harvesting via Friction-Induced Vibration

In this work, piezoelectric energy harvesting performance via friction-induced vibration is investigated numerically. A one-degree-of-freedom friction system with a piezoelectric element is proposed, to study the piezoelectric energy harvesting via friction-induced stick-slip vibration. Subsequently, a two-degree-of-freedom friction system with two piezoelectric elements is proposed, to investigate the piezoelectric energy harvesting via model coupling vibration. Results show that regardless of the friction systems, it is feasible to convert friction-induced vibration energy to electrical energy when the friction system is operating in the unstable vibration region. Parametrical analysis indicates that for the one-degree-of-freedom friction system, when the normal load increases from 5 N to 30 N, the stick-slip motion becomes more intense, and the friction system will generate more electric energy. While for the two-degree-of-freedom friction system, with the normal load increase from 20 N to 120 N, there is a critical normal load value for the generation of the strongest vibration and the highest voltage output. When the velocity of the belt increases from 0.5 m/s to 2 m/s, the amplitudes of vibration and output voltage become larger. While with the velocity further increasing, the stick-slip motion and generated electric energy disappear. For both friction systems, the external electric resistance has no effect on the dynamic behaviour of the friction system; however, it can modify the output voltage amplitudes within limits. It is also found that when the force factor of piezoelectric element increases from 3.1 × 10−5 N/V to 3.1 × 10−3 N/V, the vibration and harvested energy gradually increase. When the force factor further increases to 3.1 × 10−2 N/V, the vibration reduces drastically and the corresponding output voltages reduce significantly, which proves that a piezoelectric element with an appropriated force factor can give the highest harvested energy and conversion efficiency.

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Distribution Pattern of Anchorage Stress and Water Sensitivity Analysis of Red Clay

Red clay is a special soil layer with complex engineering properties distributed in tropical and subtropical regions. An anchor cable support is a common form of red clay slope support. The effectiveness of the anchor cable support is mainly determined by the anchoring force provided by the red clay stratum. Increase of the water content will lead to the rapid deterioration of the mechanical properties of red clay, which will lead to the reduction of the anchoring force of the slope anchor cable and lead to the failure of the support. Based on the classical Phillips and uniform anchorage shear stress distribution theory, this paper puts forward a uniform-exponential distribution pattern of anchorage shear stress according to the specific characteristics of red clay by using the characteristics of the peak shear strength and residual shear strength of the rock and soil mass. With increasing anchorage force, the dynamic evolution (single exponential distribution ⟶ double single exponential distribution ⟶ uniform index exponential complex distribution ⟶ uniform distribution) of the anchorage shear stress is analysed. Based on the peak and residual test of the cohesive force and internal friction angle, the relationship between the anchoring force and buried depth and water content is established by analysing the factors influencing the anchoring force. It can be found from the field test that, according to the relationship established, the limit anchorage force of the anchor cable in the red clay stratum can be calculated and the water sensitivity of the anchor cable’s limit anchorage force can be quantitatively analysed.

Shock and Vibration
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Acceptance rate39%
Submission to final decision93 days
Acceptance to publication39 days
CiteScore1.630
Impact Factor1.628
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