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14, 2003, pp. 931 - 936

NUMERICAL INTEGRATION OF THE DIFFERENTIAL

EQUATIONS FOR ONE DYNAMIC SYSTEM

WITH DRY FRICTION COUPLING

UDC 518.12+531+534.1

Liviu Bereteu

"Politehnica" University of Timisoara

Bul. Mihai Viteazul Nr.1, 1900 Timisoara, Romania

Abstract. The purpose of this paper is to derive an algorithm for numerical integration

of the differential equations of motion for one dynamic system with dry-friction

coupling based on so called forth-order Runge-Kutta method. There are given some

characteristics, which appear in the integration of these equations and are presented

the results of dynamic response simulations.

In order to prevent major failure of the wind turbine structure, by vibratory effects, a

solution consist of a vibration absorber, placed inside of the tower structure. The dry

friction forces give the main damping

In order to obtain the best parameters of the attached dynamic damper the numerical

response of the ensemble structure was simulated.

1. NUMERICAL SOLUTION FOR RESPONSE

OF NONLINEAR MULTI-DEGREE-OF-FREEDOM SYSTEMS

Numerical integration procedure such as the forth-order Runge-Kutta method is

especially useful in solving for the response of nonlinear systems. The equation of motion

for the general case of multi-degree-of-freedom (MDOF) nonlinear systems is:

[ ]{ } [ ]{ } [ ]{ } { ( )} { ( )} M q C q k q Q t R t + + + , (1)

where [M], [C] and [K] are nxn mass, damping and stiffness symmetrical matrices, {q} is

the vector of displacements, {Q(t)} is the vector of applied forces, and {R(t)} is the

vector of dry friction forces.

The first order associated to the system (1) can be written as:

{ } [ ]{ } [ ]{ } { ( )} { ( )}

{ } { },

u u u u

u C u K q Q t R t

q u

+ + +

(2)

Received April 20, 2003

932 L. BERETEU

where the matrices of the upper equation are:

1 1

1 1

[ ] [ ] [ ], [ ] [ ] [ ]

{ ( )} [ ] { ( )}, { ( )} [ ] { ( )}.

u u

u u

C M C K M K

Q t M Q t R t M R t

(3)

Numerical solution based on the forth order Runge-Kutta algorithm will given by the

vector of velocities values:

1 1 2 3 4

{ } { } ({ } 2{ } 2{ } { })

6

i i

t

u u K K K K

+

+ + + + (4)

and the vector of displacements values

1 1 2 3 4

{ } { } ({ } 2{ } 2{ } { })

6

i i

t

q q L L L L

+

+ + + + (5)

which are obtained at time t

i

= (i+1)t, and the time step t must be small enough that the

difference in a linear solution and nonlinear solution over one time step is not great.

The elements of the vectors {K

1

}, {K

2

}, {K

3

}, {K

4

}, {L

1

}, {L

2

}, {L

3

}, {L

4

} are given

as:

1

1

{ } [ ( )]{ } [ ( )]{ } { ( )} { ( )}

{ } ( )

u i i u i i u i u i

i

K C t u K t q Q t R t

L u t

+ + +

(6)

2 1 1

2 1

1 1

{ } { } { } { } { }

2 2 2 2

2 2

1

{ } { } { }

2

u i i u i i

u i u i

i

t t

K C t u K K t q L

t t

Q t R t

L u K

, ] , ] j \ j \ j \ j \

+ + + + + +

, ( , ( , ( , ( , ] , ]

( , ( , ( , ( , ] ]

j \ j \

+ + + +

, ( , (

( , ( ,

+

(7)

3 2 2

3 2

1 1

{ } { } { } { } { }

2 2 2 2

2 2

1

{ } { } { }

2

u i i u i i

u i u i

i

t t

K C t u K K t q L

t t

Q t R t

L u K

, ] , ] j \ j \ j \ j \

+ + + + + +

, ( , ( , ( , ( , ] , ]

( , ( , ( , ( , ] ]

j \ j \

+ + + +

, ( , (

( , ( ,

+

(8)

4 3 3

4 3

{ } [ ( )]({ } { }) [ ( )]({ } { })

{ ( )} { ( )}

{ } { } { }

u i i u i i

u i u i

i

K C t t u K K t t q L

Q t t R t t

L u K

+ + + + + +

+ + + +

+

(9)

The equation (6)-(9) will be computed step-by-step and have to be repeated up to the

end of simulation time, that is trough t/t computing cycles.

Numerical Integration of the Differential Equations for one Dynamic System with Dry Friction Coupling 933

2. SOME CHARACTERISTICS IN THE INTEGRATION OF THE DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION

FOR DYNAMIC SYSTEM WITH DRY FRICTION COUPLING

The damping of wind turbine dynamic system can be improved if at its equivalent

mass m

a

will be attached a seismic system [2] (figure 1). The seismic system is consisting

from seismic mass m

s

connected to mass m

a

by an elastic-dissipate joint, having, stiffness

constant k

s

, damping constant c

s

and the dry friction of adherent joint force R(v

r

). The

absolute motion law of the mass m

s

will be noted by y

s

(t), and the motion entire ensemble

will be noted by y(t).

C

a

cs

Fig. 1

The differential equation of the relative motion is:

( ) ( ) ( )

s s s s s s s l

m y y m y k y y c y y F + (10)

where

( ) ( )

l s r s

F R v sign y y (11)

is the force in the coupling dry friction.

The relative motion is blocked when

(0)

s a

R F (12)

where

| ( ) |

a s s s

F m y k y y (13)

is the modulus of maximum dry friction.

In the blocked moment the relative equilibrium is:

0

s

y y (14)

In these case between two bodies remained one elastic constant force. When the

absolute force F

a

satisfied the fowling condition:

| | (0)

a s s a

F m y k y R (15)

the two masses m

a

and m

s

will have independent motions, and the condition are:

,

s s a

y y y y y + (16)

934 L. BERETEU

3. RESULTS OF NUMERICAL SIMULATION

In order to obtain the best parameters of the attached dynamic damper the digital

response of the ensemble structure was simulated, without rotation motion ( = 0) and

with excitation given by the initial conditions: t = 0: y(0) = y

s

(0) = y

0

= 40 mm.

In the figure 2, the diagrams of the tower free vibration, y(t), are presented and, also,

of attached dynamic damper, y

s

(t), having the mass m

s

= 900 kg. The energy dissipation is

assumed by a force of dry friction, having the maximal value R(0) = 600 N (figure 2a),

respectively R(0) = 1200 N (figure 2b). The dynamic damper is tuned on natural frequency

of the tower, f

y

= 1,49 Hz.

After the realization of the initial condition, at t = 0, y(0) = y

s

(0) = 40 mm the energy of

the mass m

a

is cyclically transferred to the mass m

s

, whose amplitude is increasing. In this

time, the friction force dissipates the energy, and the vibration y(t) and y

s

(t) amplitudes are

decreasing.

When the condition given by the relation (12) is accomplished, the two masses are

coupled and they have a harmonic motion, since the damping of the auxiliary system

disappears and the damping of the tower is negligible.

By a numerical simulation, for a dry friction force of value R(0) = 600 N, a diminution

of 94% of the vibration level is obtained (figure 2a), and for a force R(0) = 1200 N, a

diminution of 82% is obtained.

During the turbine work, at an angular speed of the rotor, the vibrating motions are

simulated on the basis of the differential equations, using the Runge-Kutta numerical

algorithm of the 4-th degree, and the results are graphically represented by the diagrams

in the figure 3. The first 20 seconds represent the transient process, when the rotor

arrives, from the null angular speed, corresponding to a rotation speed of 50 rot/min.

The excitation is presumed as given by the mass unbalance of the rotor and it is

rendered evident by the static moments and by the angular deviation of the blades in

relation to the designed value of 2/3 rad.

In the figure 3a the diagrams of the vibrating motions y(t) and y

s

(t) are represented,

with the blocked dynamic damper, the seismic mass being coupled with the mass of the

whole ensemble.

If the dynamic damper is unblocked, it can notice (figure 3b) that the amplitudes of

the wind turbine decrease with 55%, even for small value of the attached system: m

s

=

900 kg (2,96% from the mass of the whole ensemble), k

s

= 7,71610

5

N/m and R(0) =

600 N. This thing is possible since the dynamic system has the periodic coefficients, as

functions of the angular speed , so that the solution has components, tuned on the

natural frequency, even if f

v

/2.

This effect is verified by the numerical simulation of the vibrating motions y(t) and

y

s

(t), calculated and graphically represented in the figure 3, together with a third signal of

the angular speed.

The time step pays a key role in determining the stability and accuracy of numerical

integration of the equation of motion of a MDOF system. According to authentic

reference [3] the time steps of computing t should satisfy

min

max

2

10 10

T

t

(17)

were

max

is the highest frequency of free vibrations of the system and T

min

is the smallest

period time.

Numerical Integration of the Differential Equations for one Dynamic System with Dry Friction Coupling 935

y(t)

y(t)

y (t)

s

y (t)

s

0

0

1

1

2

2

3

3

4

4

5

5

6

6

7

7

8

8

9

9

10

10

m

s

=900 kg

m

s

=900 kg

k =7.716 10 N/m

s

5

3

k =7.716 10 N/m

s

5

3

R(o)=600 N

R(o)=1200 N

t

t

s

s

a)

b)

y(t) 94% diminishing ratio

y(t) ratio 82% diminishing

0

y

o

y

o

40 40

40

160

160

-160

-160

mm

mm

Fig. 2.

y(t)

y(t)

0

0

10

10

20

20

30

30

40

40

50

50

60

60

y (t)

s

y (t)

s

Rotation speed

Rotation speed

t

t

[ s]

[ s]

[mm]

[mm]

a) damped system locked

b) damped system active

-10

0

10

10

0

-10

Fig. 3.

REFERENCES

1. T. Cioara, L. Bereteu, Theoretical Research and Experimental Testing of new Method and Equipment

Development in View to Machine Vibration Level Diminishing. Research. Reports, Grant 487B, 1994-1996.

2. L. Bereteu, Vibration Control of Light Damped Mechanical Structures. Doctorate Thesis, University

"Politehnica" of Timisoara, 1996.

3. K-J. Bathe and E.L. Wilson, Numerical Methods in Finite Element Analysis, Prentice-Hall N.J., 1976.

4. T. Cioara, L. Bereteu, An Analytical Gradient Algorithm for Optimal Structural Modification, Proceedings

of 14

th

International Modal Analysis Conference, Dearborn, Michigan, pp. 1173-1177, 1996.

936 L. BERETEU

NUMERIKA INTEGRACIJA DIFERENCIJALNIH JEDNAINA

ZA JEDAN DINAMIKI SISTEM

SA SPREGOM SUVIM TRENJEM

Liviu Bereteu

Cilj ovog rada je da se izvede algoritam za numeriku integraciju diferencijalnih jednaina

kretanja za dinamiki sistem sa spregom suvim trenjem, koji se zasniva na Runge-Kutta metodi

etvrtog reda. Ovde su dobijene neke karatkteristike koje se javljaju pri integraciji tih jednaina i

predstavljeni su rezultati simulacije odziva dinamike.

Da bi se predupredili glavna oteenja lopatica turbinske strukture usled oscilatornih efekata,

jedno reenje sadri priguiva vibracija unutar strukture. Sila suvog trenja dejstvuje kao glavni

priguiva.

Da bi se dobili najbolji parametri izuavanog dinamikog priguivaa numeriki odziv

pridruene strukture je simuliran.

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