By A. K. Bajaj, P. Davies, R. Ippili, T. Puri (auth.), Chairman H. Y. Hu, Co-Chairman Edwin Kreuzer (eds.)
The final decade has witnessed an expanding curiosity in the direction of the dynamics and keep watch over of nonlinear engineering structures from the scientists engaged in nonlinear dynamics and the keep watch over engineers. either teams of individuals have famous the significance of interplay among nonlinear dynamics and powerful regulate in the course of their efforts to enhance the dynamic functionality of engineering structures with uncertainty, which comes from both the random excitations, akin to wind and earthquake, or the modelling mistakes of genuine structures together with their sensors, controllers and actuators. The dynamics and regulate of nonlinear platforms with uncertainty, hence, is a crucial interdisciplinary subject relating to either stochastic structures and deterministic platforms. This quantity includes the papers provided on the IUTAM Symposium on Dynamics and keep watch over of Nonlinear platforms with Uncertainty, which used to be subsidized through the foreign Union of Theoretical and utilized Mechanics (IUTAM) and held at Nanjing college of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China, 18-22 September, 2006. the purpose of the symposium was once to bringing jointly the scientists to debate the advances in dynamics and keep an eye on of nonlinear platforms, specifically people with uncertainties in both approach modeling or excitation. The medical committee, appointed through the Bureau of IUTAM, contains the subsequent participants: F. L. Chernousko, Moscow, Russia E. Kreuzer, Hamburg, Germany (Co-Chairman) H. Y. Hu, Nanjing, China (Chairman) A. H. Nayfeh, Blacksburg, united states G. Rega, Rome, Italy W. Schiehlen, Stuttgart, Germany (IUTAM consultant) okay. Sobczyk, Warsaw, Poland G. Stepan, Budapest, Hungary H. Troger, Wien, Austria ix x Preface
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For rod 2, which has a high yield stress, simulations with elastic and elastic-plastic material behavior show for the investigated velocity range nearly identical behavior and agree well with experimental results. In References [13, 15] the influence of plastification on the coefficient of restitution for repeated impacts is investigated for both rods. The influence of the shape of the bodies on the coefficient of restitution is investigated in Reference  for the impact of a steel sphere on four elastic aluminum bodies with equal mass but different shape.
Then, the generalized velocities y& e after impact are computed using Equation (3-5). 3. NUMERICAL MODELS The computation on the fast time scale requires numerical models which include wave propagation within the bodies, and elastic or elastic-plastic deformation of the contact region. First of all, a complete Finite Element (FE) model of the impacting bodies is used. A small overall element length is required to comprise the wave propagation in the bodies and an additional refinement is necessary for the modeling of the contact region, see Reference .
Iutam Symposium on Dynamics and Control of Nonlinear Systems with Uncertainty: Proceedings of the IUTAM Symposium held in Nanjing, China, September 18-22, 2006 by A. K. Bajaj, P. Davies, R. Ippili, T. Puri (auth.), Chairman H. Y. Hu, Co-Chairman Edwin Kreuzer (eds.)