Reduction of the structureacoustic problem using normal modes and lanczos vectors
(2003) Proceedings of the Tenth International Congress on Sound and Vibration In Proceedings of the 10th International Congress on Sound and Vibration p.22032210 Abstract
 The coupled structureacoustic problem is studied using the finite element method. An efficient strategy for solving the coupled eigenvalue problem is proposed. The strategy uses a limited number of the uncoupled structural normal modes and acoustic fluid normal modes together with a set of interfacedependant Lanczos vectors for each domain to reduce the coupled problem. The Lanczos vectors are calculated by applying the vectors derived from the movement of the uncoupled modes of the interacting domain. For example, the pressure distribution of the fluid modes are used to generate the Lanczos vectors for the structural domain. This ends up in a very compact coupled eigenvalue problem to be solved. The method is investigated in a numerical... (More)
 The coupled structureacoustic problem is studied using the finite element method. An efficient strategy for solving the coupled eigenvalue problem is proposed. The strategy uses a limited number of the uncoupled structural normal modes and acoustic fluid normal modes together with a set of interfacedependant Lanczos vectors for each domain to reduce the coupled problem. The Lanczos vectors are calculated by applying the vectors derived from the movement of the uncoupled modes of the interacting domain. For example, the pressure distribution of the fluid modes are used to generate the Lanczos vectors for the structural domain. This ends up in a very compact coupled eigenvalue problem to be solved. The method is investigated in a numerical example. (Less)
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 Davidsson, Peter ^{LU} and Sandberg, Göran ^{LU}
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 2003
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 Structureacoustic problem, Interacting domain, Modal reduction, Fluid domain
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 Proceedings of the 10th International Congress on Sound and Vibration
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 8 pages
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 Institute of Acoustics
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 Proceedings of the Tenth International Congress on Sound and Vibration
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