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Sun, Z. (author), Kasbergen, C. (author), Scarpas, A. (author), Anupam, K. (author), van Dalen, K.N. (author), Erkens, S.M.J.G. (author)
In order to design high-performance roadways, a robust tool which can compute the structural response caused by moving vehicles is necessary. Therefore, this paper proposes a spectral element method-based model to accurately and effectively predict the 3D dynamic response of layered systems under a moving load. A layer spectral element and a...
journal article 2019
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Hendrikse, H. (author)
The second edition of the ISO19906 design standard contains changes in the informative appendix concerning dynamic ice actions. Challenges in application of the previous approach and advances in understanding of the dynamic ice-structure interaction process were the main motivation for the revision. The new guideline provides relevant...
conference paper 2019
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Chen, X. (author), Hofland, B. (author), Molenaar, W.F. (author), Capel, Alex (author), Van Gent, Marcel R.A. (author)
This paper describes a method of determining the reaction forces of a vertical structure with an overhang to impulsive wave impacts. The aim is to develop a method to design a hydraulic structure exposed to the impulsive wave impact. At present, there is a lack of guidelines on the designing and verification with such a purpose. The impulse...
journal article 2019
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Schreier, S. (author), Cornel, W.A. (author), Poelma, C. (author)
The dynamic response of pressure sensors for model tests of sloshing impacts is paramount to recording these highly dynamic events. In this study, we investigated the dynamic behavior of the new pressure sensors presented at ISOPE 2018 (Schreier and Poelma, 2018), which increased the spatial resolution of sloshing pressure measurements by a...
conference paper 2019
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Zhao, M. (author), van Dalen, K.N. (author), de Oliveira Barbosa, J.M. (author), Metrikine, A. (author)
This paper addresses the dynamic response of an infinitely long cylindrical structure embedded in an elastic half-space. The structure has a circular cross-section and its axis is parallel to the half-space surface. Excitation can be incident body waves or forces applied on the surface of the half-space and/or the structure. The model can be...
conference paper 2018
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Peters, H.J. (author), Goosen, J.F.L. (author), van Keulen, A. (author)
Lightweight vibrating structures (such as flapping wing micro air vehicle (FWMAV) designs) often require some form of control. To achieve controllability, local structural property changes (e.g., damping and stiffness changes) might be induced in an active manner. The stroke-averaged lift force production of a FWMAV wing can be modified by...
journal article 2016
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Vervuurt, A.H.J.M. (author), Galanti, F.M.B. (author), Wubs, A.J. (author), Van den Berg, A.C. (author)
Background Nowadays goods which are sensitive for explosion are transported along alternative routes that exclude tunnels. These are mostly secondary roads. The transport along these alternative roads has many disadvantages, such as the safety along the route, the air- and noise pollution along the road and the higher transport costs. Therefore,...
report 2007
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Vink, W.J. (author), de Jonge, J.B. (author)
The present report is part of a "Manual" on aircraft loads, that is being prepared by NLR. It contains a computer program, to be used in combination with "MATLAB4 for Windows" (Student Edition) software, to study aircraft loading due to turbulence. It includes a simple aircraft response model with two rigid and three flexible symmetric degrees...
report 1997
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Noback, R. (author)
Aspects of the requirements for and the calculation of design loads due to atmospheric disturbances are discussed. Special attention has been paid to the relation between discrete gusts and continuous turbulence. It is recommended that a worst case gust model, as described in this report, be further developed.
report 1993
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Noback, R. (author)
The derivation of one- two- and three-dimensional spectra and correlation functions for isotropic (atmospheric) turbulence and the mutual relations have been collected from various sources. Aircraft loads usually are determined using a one-dimensional turbulence description. In some cases a two- or even three-dimensional description might be...
report 1989
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den Boer, R.G. (author)
A new postprocessing procedure is applied on the data, acquired in 1981 during the unsteady transonic pressure measurements on a transport-type supercritical wing (LANN-model), oscillating in pitch. The new procedure takes the influence into account of the local boundary layer on the dynamic response of the pressure tubes. This report presents...
report 1989
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den Boer, R.G. (author)
An experimental investigation revealed that the d5mamic response of a given pressure tube depends not only on the mean local pressure and the frequency, but also on the pressure amplitude and the boundary-layer at the tube entrance. By analyzing the flow at the entrance of the tube, the parameters are determined, which possibly play a role in...
report 1988
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Noback, R. (author)
Measured time histories of atmospheric turbulence have been analysed. Distribution functions and exceedance curves of the turbulence and its derivative are presented. The load exceedance curves of various mathematical airplane models due to these turbulence patches have been calculated. Deviations of the properties of these patches from the...
report 1988
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Veldman, A.E.P. (author), Vogels, M.E.S. (author)
A mathematical model is presented for the description of axisymmetric three-dimensional transient flow of a viscous liquid in a partially filled cylindrical container under low gravity conditions. The mathematical model consists of the Navier-Stokes equations with either no-slip condition at the solid boundaries, and with the continuity of...
report 1986
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Meijer, J.J. (author)
An outline is given of store flutter clearance activities of the NLR carried out by order of the Royal Netherlands Air Force. Special attention is devoted to the store flutter clearance of the F16 aircraft. Presented at: 7th Aircraft/Stores Compatibility Symposium,Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio, 8-10 April 1986 and at the 17th Annual Symposium of...
report 1986
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de Jonge, J.B. (author)
The present course book has been prepared as lecture notes for a summer course given at the Technical University of Bandung (ITB) in the summer of 1984. This course took place within the framework of the TTA-79 Technical Assistance Project as agreed between the Governments of Indonesia and the Netherlands. The subjects of the course are listed...
report 1984
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Noback, R. (author)
Historical reviews of the discrete gust and the continious gust concept, in relation to the present requirements, are given in this report. A comparison is made between the discrete gust method and the power spectral density method on the basis of simple airplane models. No direct relation between the two methods exists. The main cause of the...
report 1982
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Noback, R. (author)
Methods that are used or probably could be used for the establishment of taxying loads are presented and discussed. The methods are straightforward for undercarriages with linear properties. For undercarriages with nonlinear properties methods based on the use of equivalent gains are promising, but still have to be verified.
report 1980
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Erkelens, L.J.J. (author), Simons, J.L. (author)
This report deals with determining a hypothetic control system which provides improved rigid body and structural mode damping of a flexible aircraft in order to improve the riding qualities and to minimize the wing bending moment during flights in turbulence. The equations of motion used in the computations are related to a high' performance...
report 1980
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Noback, R. (author)
The Power Spectral Density method and the Statistical Discrete Gust Method to calculate aircraft design loads due to atmospheric turbulence are compared qualitatively and quantitatively on the basis of the load exceedance curves for certain aircraft models. It is shown that both methods are related to each other, giving the same results for...
report 1975
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