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Original language | English |
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Pages (from-to) | 393-416 |

Journal | Archives of Mechanics |

Volume | 71 |

Issue number | 4-5 |

DOIs | |

Publication status | Published - 25 Oct 2019 |

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### Keywords

- cable-mass system
- stochastic dynamics
- equivalent linearization technique

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*Archives of Mechanics*,

*71*(4-5), 393-416. https://doi.org/10.24423/aom.3142

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*Archives of Mechanics*, vol. 71, no. 4-5, pp. 393-416. https://doi.org/10.24423/aom.3142

**Equivalent linearization technique in non-linear stochastic dynamics of a cable-mass system with time-varying length.** / Weber, Hanna; Iwankiewicz, Radoslaw; Kaczmarczyk, Stefan.

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Equivalent linearization technique in non-linear stochastic dynamics of a cable-mass system with time-varying length

AU - Weber, Hanna

AU - Iwankiewicz, Radoslaw

AU - Kaczmarczyk, Stefan

PY - 2019/10/25

Y1 - 2019/10/25

N2 - In this paper the transverse vibrations of a vertical cable carrying at its lower end a concentrated mass and moving slowly vertically within the host structure are considered. It is assumed that longitudinal inertia of a cable can be neglected, with the longitudinal motion of the concentrated mass coupled with the lateral motion of the cable. An expansion of the lateral displacement of a cable in terms of approximating functions is used. The excitation of vibrations of a cable-mass system is a base-motion excitation due to the sway motion of a host tall structure. Such a motion of a structure is assumed to result from action of the wind, hence it may be adequately idealized as a narrow-band random process. The narrow-band process is represented as the output of a system of two linear filters to the input in form of a Gaussian white noise process. The non-linear problem is dealt with by an equivalent linearization technique, where the original non-linear system is replaced with an equivalent linear one, whose coefficients are determined from the condition of minimization of a mean-square error between the non-linear and the linear system. The mean value and variance of the transverse displacement of the cable as well as those of a longitudinal motion of the lumped mass are determined with the aid of an equivalent linear system and compared with the response of the original non-linear system subjected to the deterministic harmonic excitation.

AB - In this paper the transverse vibrations of a vertical cable carrying at its lower end a concentrated mass and moving slowly vertically within the host structure are considered. It is assumed that longitudinal inertia of a cable can be neglected, with the longitudinal motion of the concentrated mass coupled with the lateral motion of the cable. An expansion of the lateral displacement of a cable in terms of approximating functions is used. The excitation of vibrations of a cable-mass system is a base-motion excitation due to the sway motion of a host tall structure. Such a motion of a structure is assumed to result from action of the wind, hence it may be adequately idealized as a narrow-band random process. The narrow-band process is represented as the output of a system of two linear filters to the input in form of a Gaussian white noise process. The non-linear problem is dealt with by an equivalent linearization technique, where the original non-linear system is replaced with an equivalent linear one, whose coefficients are determined from the condition of minimization of a mean-square error between the non-linear and the linear system. The mean value and variance of the transverse displacement of the cable as well as those of a longitudinal motion of the lumped mass are determined with the aid of an equivalent linear system and compared with the response of the original non-linear system subjected to the deterministic harmonic excitation.

KW - cable-mass system

KW - stochastic dynamics

KW - equivalent linearization technique

U2 - 10.24423/aom.3142

DO - 10.24423/aom.3142

M3 - Article

VL - 71

SP - 393

EP - 416

JO - Archives of Mechanics

JF - Archives of Mechanics

SN - 0373-2029

IS - 4-5

ER -