An analytical model is proposed to study the nonlinear interactions between beam and cable dynamics in stayed-systems. The integro-differential problem, describing the in-plane motion of a simple cable-stayed beam, presents quadratic and cubic nonlinearities both in the cable equation and at the boundary conditions. Mainly studied are the effects of quadratic interactions, appearing at relatively low oscillation amplitude. To this end an analysis of the sensitivity of modal properties to parameter variations, in intervals of technical interest, has evidenced the occurrence of one-to-two and two-to-one internal resonances between global and local modes. The interactions between the resonant modes evidences two different sources of oscillation in cables, illustrated by simple 2dof discrete models. In the one-to-two global-local resonance, a novel mechanism is analyzed, by which cable undergoes large periodic and chaotic oscillations due to an energy transfer from the low-global to high-local frequencies. In two-to-one global local resonance, the well-known parametric-induced cable oscillation in stayed-systems is correctly reinterpreted through the autoparametric resonance between a global and a local mode. Increasing the load the saturation of the global oscillations evidences the energy transfer from high-global to low-local frequencies, producing large cable oscillations. In both cases, the effects of detuning from internal and external resonance are presented.

Nonlinear interactions in the planar dynamics of cable-stayed beam

Lepidi, Marco
2003

Abstract

An analytical model is proposed to study the nonlinear interactions between beam and cable dynamics in stayed-systems. The integro-differential problem, describing the in-plane motion of a simple cable-stayed beam, presents quadratic and cubic nonlinearities both in the cable equation and at the boundary conditions. Mainly studied are the effects of quadratic interactions, appearing at relatively low oscillation amplitude. To this end an analysis of the sensitivity of modal properties to parameter variations, in intervals of technical interest, has evidenced the occurrence of one-to-two and two-to-one internal resonances between global and local modes. The interactions between the resonant modes evidences two different sources of oscillation in cables, illustrated by simple 2dof discrete models. In the one-to-two global-local resonance, a novel mechanism is analyzed, by which cable undergoes large periodic and chaotic oscillations due to an energy transfer from the low-global to high-local frequencies. In two-to-one global local resonance, the well-known parametric-induced cable oscillation in stayed-systems is correctly reinterpreted through the autoparametric resonance between a global and a local mode. Increasing the load the saturation of the global oscillations evidences the energy transfer from high-global to low-local frequencies, producing large cable oscillations. In both cases, the effects of detuning from internal and external resonance are presented.
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