1 edition of Sloshing, vibration, and seismic response of fluid-structure systems found in the catalog.
Sloshing, vibration, and seismic response of fluid-structure systems
|Statement||sponsored by the Pressure Vessels and Piping Division, ASME ; edited by D.C. Ma, S.S. Chen.|
|Series||PVP ;, vol. 145, PVP (Series) ;, vol. 145.|
|Contributions||Ma, D. C., Chen, Shoei-sheng., American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Pressure Vessels and Piping Division., American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Technical Subcommittee on Fluid-Structure Interactions., Symposium on Vibrations and Seismic Response of Fluid-Structure Systems (1988 : Pittsburgh, Pa.)|
|LC Classifications||TA357 .S515 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 82 p. :|
|Number of Pages||82|
|LC Control Number||88071133|
Sloshing and fluid structure vibration presented at the ASME Pressure Vessels and Piping Conference. Sloshing and fluid structure vibration New York, N.Y.: American Society of Mechanical Engineers, © Papers presented at the Symposium on Sloshing and Seismic Response of Liquid-Tank Systems. Description: vi, Books By Alphose Zingoni All The vibration of systems with multiple degrees of freedom; The vibration of continuous systems (strings, rods and beams) structural mechanics (dynamics, vibration, seismic response, statics, bifurcation, buckling, stability, impact response, contact mechanics, fluid-structure interaction, soil-structure.
the nonlinear dynamic response of unanchored cylindrical liquid storage tanks subjected to strong base excitation considering both large amplitude nonlinear liquid sloshing and fluid-structure interaction. Barton and Parker  examined the seismic response of anchored and unanchored cylindrical storage tanks subjected to only one direction ofCited by: 1. V. Surya Chandra Rao, Samit Ray Chaudhuri and Vinay K. Gupta, Mode‐acceleration approach to seismic response of multiply‐supported secondary systems, Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics, 31, 8, (), ().
Flow Induced Vibration, Zolotarev & Horacek eds. Institute of Thermomechanics, Prague, SLOSHING RESPONSE OF THE CYLINDRICAL ELEVATED TANKS WITH FRAME STAGING SYSTEM ON DIFFERENT SOIL CONDITIONS Ramazan LİVAOĞLU. Karadeniz Technical University, Department of Civil Engineering. , Gumushane, Turkey. Adem DOĞANGÜN. Current practice in seismic design of flexible liquid-filled systems is reviewed. A coupled fluid-structure finite element method which considers the sloshing effect is developed for the seismic analysis of liquid-filled systems of various geometries with and without internal by:
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Get this from a library. Sloshing, vibration, and seismic response of fluid-structure systems: presented at the ASME Pressure Vessels and Piping Conference, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, June[D C Ma; Shoei-sheng Chen; American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
Pressure Vessels and Piping Division.; American And seismic response of fluid-structure systems book of Mechanical Engineers. Part I deals with the theory of linear liquid sloshing dynamics; Part II addresses the nonlinear theory of liquid sloshing dynamics, Faraday waves, and sloshing impacts; Part III presents the problem of linear and nonlinear interaction of liquid sloshing dynamics with elastic containers and supported structures; and Part IV considers the fluid dynamics in spinning containers and microgravity sloshing.
This Cited by: The sloshing response of the fluid‐structure system is found to be very sensitive to the characteristics of the ground motion and the configuration of the system.
Under typical earthquakes, the submerged structure shows a tendency to decrease sloshing amplitude, hydrodynamic pressure, and base shear, while it shows a tendency to increase the overturning by: The lateral response of a single degree of freedom (SDOF) structural system containing a rigid circular cylindrical liquid tank, under harmonic and earthquake excitations is considered.
The governing differential equations of motion for the combined system is derived considering the first 3 liquid sloshing modes (1,1), (0,1), and (2,1), under horizontal by: fluid sloshing in a rectangular tank with a square base. In that study the fluid was assumed incompressible.
The complicated interaction in the vicinity of the fluid-structure interface was solved by implementing one dimensional ghost cell approach and the stretching gridFile Size: 4MB. fluid—structure dynamic research.
The dynamic response of structures holding the liquid can be significantly in- fluenced with these oscillations, and their interaction with the sloshing liquid may lead to instabilities as in many engineering applications, such as ground storage, marine transport of liquid cargo, aerospace vehicles,File Size: 1MB.
Veletsos, Seismic Response and Design of Liquid Storage Tanks, Guidelines for the Seismic Design of Oil and Gas Pipeline Systems (Technical Council on. Seismic Sloshing in a Horizontal Liquid Storage T ank. the sloshing modes of vibration was. as well as the system response under strong seismic input, and emphasize on the effects of.
Abstract. Tuning of sloshing frequency of liquid to short period structures possess challenges in Tuned Liquid Dampers (TLD).
However, seismic vulnerability of short period structures cannot be overemphasized. In such instances, frequency tuning is facilitated by inserting a spring between the structure and the by: 1. Guidelines for the seismic design of oil and gas pipeline systems: Author: American Society of Civil Engineers.
Committee on Gas and Liquid Fuel Lifelines: Publisher: American Society of Civil Engineers, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: ISBN:Length: pages: Subjects. An approximate conservative analysis predicted very high sloshing waves and seismic forces in the tank. The fluid–structure interaction in the tank showed that only about 28% of the liquid moves with the tank wall and generates seismic forces in the longitudinal by: 5.
Simulation of Sloshing Effects in Cylindrical Containers under Seismic Loading Sami A. Kilic1, LS-DYNA allows the user to simulate the dynamic response of fluid-structure coupled systems using the seismic responses of three-dimensional rectangular and cylindrical tanks have been.
Because the defects in the existing modeling methods for the equivalent mechanical model of a sloshing fluid have led to incorrect or inaccurate results in the existing equivalent models, this paper discusses three different modeling methods for the equivalent models: the traditional method, Housner’s method, and the modified method.
The equivalent models obtained by the three methods are Cited by: 1. Fluid structure interaction (FSI) simulation of a cubic meter tank placed on board a marine vessel that is working under an extreme operating condition of 10 degree roll in 4 seconds. The sloshing. its very low natural frequency.
Hence baffles are not needed to control sloshing. The seismic force was low enough that a single fixed support can resist the entire seismic force in the longitudinal direction. Keywords: sloshing, seismic, tank, liquid-storage, fluid-structure interaction.
In this paper, a convenient modal analysis method for the linear coupled vibration of a container that is partially filled with a fluid is introduced. This problem is important for various reasons, such as stability analysis. The fluid-structure interactions in an elastic tank with an incompressible liquid are assumed to produce small by: 2.
Research and development of seismic response control devices has gained prime importance recently, due to an increased number of devastating earthquakes. Passive control systems are now accepted all over the world and hence research in this area is continuing to develop reliable, efficient and cost effective devices along with constitutive Cited by: Seismic Design of Floating Roof of Oil Storage Tanks Under Liquid Sloshing Sloshing and Fluid Structure Vibration, ASME Pressure Vessels and Piping Division Conference, PVPICPVTCited by: The presented numerical modelling schemes are applied to analyze sloshing response of rectangular and cylindrical tanks when subjected to external excitations.
Strong correlation between experimental and numerical results is obtained in terms of sloshing wave height for a rectangular tank model under resonant harmonic by: 1.
Shrimali MK and Jangid RS., (). “Seismic analysis of base isolated liquid storage tank”, Journal of Sound and Vibration; (): Cho KH, Kim MK, Lim YM and Cho SY. (), “Seismic response of base-isolated liquid storage tanks considering fluid–structure–soil interaction.
Sloshing impact pressure in the roofed liquid tanks fluid-structure vibration and sloshing, Seismic response and design of liquid storage tanks, Guidelines for the Seismic Design of Oil and Gas Pipeline Systems, ASCE, New York, Sloshing behavior due to near-fault type and earthquake excitations of a fluid in a tank having a highly deformable elastic structure in the middle was investigated experimentally and numerically in this paper.
In the numerical model, fluid was simulated with smoothed particle hydrodynamics (SPH) and structure was simulated with the finite element method (FEM).Author: A. Ersin Dinçer.The focus of this paper is the seismic liquid sloshing response of floating roof storage tanks (Figure 1).
Seismic loading will induce both impulsive (fluid mass) and convective (liquid sloshing) loads on the tank walls. Simplified seismic design attempts to minimize the effects of these loadings which generate.