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Fluid-Structure Interaction Analysis of Vibration Reduction in Pipe Systems

Persson, Peter LU ; Persson, Kent LU and Sandberg, Göran LU (2014) In Dynamics of Civil Structures Volume 4. p.459-468
Abstract
Transmitted vibrations from water-pipe systems, involving supports standing on a concrete slab and the underlying ground, are investigated here. The effects of varying parameters of the supports, such as location, their elastic modulus and their cross-section, on the level of vibrations transmitted by the water-pipe system are analysed in order to minimise vibrations transmitted to sensitive parts in a facility. A finite element model involving use of both finite and infinite elements was employed for analyses in the frequency domain where account was taken of both fluid-structure interaction and soil-structure interaction. It was concluded from the analyses performed that the parameters of the supports had an appreciable effect on the... (More)
Transmitted vibrations from water-pipe systems, involving supports standing on a concrete slab and the underlying ground, are investigated here. The effects of varying parameters of the supports, such as location, their elastic modulus and their cross-section, on the level of vibrations transmitted by the water-pipe system are analysed in order to minimise vibrations transmitted to sensitive parts in a facility. A finite element model involving use of both finite and infinite elements was employed for analyses in the frequency domain where account was taken of both fluid-structure interaction and soil-structure interaction. It was concluded from the analyses performed that the parameters of the supports had an appreciable effect on the vibration level in the facility. (Less)
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Water-pipe system Fluid-structure interaction Soil-structure interaction Vibration reduction Finite element method
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Volume 4
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459 - 468
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  abstract     = {Transmitted vibrations from water-pipe systems, involving supports standing on a concrete slab and the underlying ground, are investigated here. The effects of varying parameters of the supports, such as location, their elastic modulus and their cross-section, on the level of vibrations transmitted by the water-pipe system are analysed in order to minimise vibrations transmitted to sensitive parts in a facility. A finite element model involving use of both finite and infinite elements was employed for analyses in the frequency domain where account was taken of both fluid-structure interaction and soil-structure interaction. It was concluded from the analyses performed that the parameters of the supports had an appreciable effect on the vibration level in the facility.},
  author       = {Persson, Peter and Persson, Kent and Sandberg, Göran},
  keyword      = {Water-pipe system Fluid-structure interaction Soil-structure interaction Vibration reduction Finite element method},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {459--468},
  publisher    = {ARRAY(0x953a220)},
  series       = {Dynamics of Civil Structures},
  title        = {Fluid-Structure Interaction Analysis of Vibration Reduction in Pipe Systems},
  volume       = {Volume 4},
  year         = {2014},
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