Other affiliations: Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics
Bio: Haiyan Hu is an academic researcher from Beijing Institute of Technology. The author has contributed to research in topics: Multibody system & Nonlinear system. The author has an hindex of 34, co-authored 144 publications receiving 3282 citations. Previous affiliations of Haiyan Hu include Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics.
Papers published on a yearly basis
TL;DR: In this article, the primary resonance and the 1/3 subharmonic resonance of a harmonically forced Duffing oscillator under state feedback control with a time delay were analyzed.
Abstract: The paper presents analytical and numerical studies of the primary resonance and the 1/3 subharmonic resonance of a harmonically forced Duffing oscillator under state feedback control with a time delay. By using the method of multiple scales, the first order approximations of the resonances are derived and the effect of time delay on the resonances is analyzed. The concept of an equivalent damping related to the delay feedback is proposed and the appropriate choice of the feedback gains and the time delay is discussed from the viewpoint of vibration control. In order to numerically solve the problem of history dependence prior to the start of excitation, the concepts of the Poincare section and fixed points are generalized. Then, a modified shooting scheme associated with the path following technique is proposed to locate the periodic motion of the delayed system. The numerical results show the efficacy of the first order approximations of the resonances.
TL;DR: In this article, the nonlinear dynamics of a planetary gear system with multiple clearances taken into account are investigated. And the solutions are determined by using harmonic balance method from the equations in matrix form.
Abstract: Presented in this paper is on the nonlinear dynamics of a planetary gear system with multiple clearances taken into account. A lateral–torsional coupled model is established with multiple backlashes, time-varying mesh stiffness, error excitation and sun-gear shaft compliance considered. The solutions are determined by using harmonic balance method from the equations in matrix form. The theoretical results from HBM are verified by using the numerical integration. Finally, effects of parameters are discussed.
TL;DR: In this article, a semi-active vehicle suspension with a magnetorheological damper and neural network control is presented, which includes an error back propagation algorithm with quadratic momentum of the multilayer forward neural networks.
Abstract: Semi-active vehicle suspension with magnetorheological dampers is a promising technology for improving the ride comfort of a ground vehicle. However, the magnetorheological damper always exhibits nonlinear hysteresis between its output force and relative velocity, and additional nonlinear stiffness owing to the state transition from liquid to semi-solid or solid, so that the semi-active suspension with magnetorheological dampers features nonlinearity by nature. To control such nonlinear dynamic systems subject to random road roughness, in this paper we present a neural network control, which includes an error back propagation algorithm with quadratic momentum of the multilayer forward neural networks. Both the low frequency of road-induced vibration of the vehicle body and the fast response of the magnetorheological damper enable the neural network control to work effectively on-line. The numerical simulations and an experiment for a quarter-car model indicate that the semi-active suspension with a magnetorheological damper and neural network control is superior to the passive suspensions in a range of low frequency.
TL;DR: In this paper, a new methodology is proposed for the dynamic analysis of rigid-flexible multibody systems with ElastoHydroDynamic (EHD) lubricated cylindrical joints.
Abstract: A new methodology is proposed for the dynamic analysis of rigid-flexible multibody systems with ElastoHydroDynamic (EHD) lubricated cylindrical joints. The EHD lubricated cylindrical joint is formulated by the Natural Coordinate Formulation (NCF) and the 20-node hexahedral elements of Absolute Nodal Coordinate Formulation (ANCF), with the lubricant pressure determined through the resolution of the Reynolds' equation employing the finite difference method. The main outcomes are validated with those obtained by using the commercial software ADINA. It is shown that the bearing flexibility plays a significant role in the system responses, extends the lubricant distribution space and, consequently, reduces the lubricant pressure.
TL;DR: In this article, a novel computational approach for the dynamic analysis of a large scale rigid-flexible multibody system composed of composite laminated plates is proposed, where the rigid parts in the system are described through the Natural Coordinate Formulation (NCF) and the flexible bodies are modeled via the finite elements of ANF, which can lead to a constant mass matrix for the derived system equation of motion.
Abstract: A novel computational approach for the dynamic analysis of a large scale rigid–flexible multibody system composed of composite laminated plates is proposed. The rigid parts in the system are described through the Natural Coordinate Formulation (NCF) and the flexible bodies in the system are modeled via the finite elements of Absolute Nodal Coordinate Formulation (ANCF), which can lead to a constant mass matrix for the derived system equation of motion. For modeling composite laminated plates accurately, a new composite laminated plate element of ANCF is proposed and the corresponding efficient formulations for evaluating both the elastic force and its Jacobian of the element are derived from the first Piola–Kirchhoff stress tensor. To improve computational efficiency, the sparse matrix technology and graph theory are used to solve the huge set of linear algebraic equations in the process of integrating the equations of motion by using the generalized-a method, and an OpenMP based parallel scheme is also introduced. Finally, the effectiveness of the proposed approach is validated through two numerical examples. One is the static simulation of a single composite laminated plate under gravity and the other is the dynamic simulations of unfolding process of a satellite system with a pair of complicated antennas.
TL;DR: This paper aims to review and summarize publications on condition monitoring and fault diagnosis of planetary gearboxes and provide comprehensive references for researchers interested in this topic.
Abstract: Planetary gearboxes significantly differ from fixed-axis gearboxes and exhibit unique behaviors, which invalidate fault diagnosis methods working well for fixed-axis gearboxes. Much work has been done for condition monitoring and fault diagnosis of fixed-axis gearboxes, while studies on planetary gearboxes are not that many. However, we still notice that a number of publications on condition monitoring and fault diagnosis of planetary gearboxes have appeared in academic journals, conference proceedings and technical reports. This paper aims to review and summarize these publications and provide comprehensive references for researchers interested in this topic. The structures of a planetary gearbox as well as a fixed-axis one are briefly introduced and contrasted. The unique behaviors and fault characteristics of planetary gearboxes are identified and analyzed. Investigations on condition monitoring and fault diagnosis of planetary gearboxes are summarized based on the adopted methodologies. Finally, open problems are discussed and potential research topics are pointed out.
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TL;DR: In this article, the reader can understand the dynamics of rotating machines by using extremely simple models for each phenomenon, in which (at most) four equations capture the behavior of rotor vibration.
Abstract: This book equips the reader to understand every important aspect of the dynamics of rotating machines. Will the vibration be large? What influences machine stability? How can the vibration be reduced? Which sorts of rotor vibration are the worst? The book develops this understanding initially using extremely simple models for each phenomenon, in which (at most) four equations capture the behavior. More detailed models are then developed based on finite element analysis, to enable the accurate simulation of the relevant phenomena for real machines. Analysis software (in MATLAB) is associated with this book, and novices to rotordynamics can expect to make good predictions of critical speeds and rotating mode shapes within days. The book is structured more as a learning guide than as a reference tome and provides readers with more than 100 worked examples and more than 100 problems and solutions.
TL;DR: A survey of the emerging field termed “control of chaos” is given, which includes traditional control engineering methods including linear, nonlinear and adaptive control, neural networks and fuzzy control, and applications in various fields of engineering.
Abstract: A survey of the emerging field termed “control of chaos” is given. Several major branches of research are discussed in detail: feedforward or “nonfeedback control” (based on periodic excitation of the system); “OGY method” (based on linearization of the Poincare map), “Pyragas method” (based on a time-delay feedback), traditional control engineering methods including linear, nonlinear and adaptive control, neural networks and fuzzy control. Some unsolved problems concerning the justification of chaos control methods are presented. Other directions of active research such as chaotic mixing, chaotization, etc. are outlined. Applications in various fields of engineering are discussed.
30 Sep 1986
TL;DR: In this paper, the authors used the canonical M, K form of the undamped motion equations to model viscoelastic damping and used finite element analysis to model the damping factors.
Abstract: Mathematical models of elastic structures have become very sophisticated: given the crucial material properties (mass density and the several elastic moduli), computer-based techniques can be used to construct exotic finite element models. By contrast, the modeling of damping is usually very primitive, often consisting of no more than mere guesses at “modal damping factors.” The aim of this paper is to raise the modeling of viscoelastic structures to a level consistent with the modeling of elastic structures. Appropriate material properties are identified which permit the standard finite element formulations used for undamped structures to be extended to viscoelastic structures. Through the use of “dissipation” coordinates, the canonical “M , K ” form of the undamped motion equations is expanded to encompass viscoelastic damping. With this formulation finite element analysis can be used to model viscoelastic damping accurately.
TL;DR: A new linearization technique is briefly introduced and demonstrated how it can be used to improve structure preservation and with this the accuracy and efficiency of linearization based methods.
Abstract: We discuss the state of the art in numerical solution methods for large scale polynomial or rational eigenvalue problems. We present the currently available solution methods such as the Jacobi-Davidson, Arnoldi or the rational Krylov method and analyze their properties. We briefly introduce a new linearization technique and demonstrate how it can be used to improve structure preservation and with this the accuracy and efficiency of linearization based methods. We present several recent applications where structured and unstructured nonlinear eigenvalue problems arise and some numerical results. (© 2005 WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim)