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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Transient wave propagation phenomena at visco-elastic half-spaces under distributed surface loadings|
|Abstract:||This article analyzes the transient wave propagation phenomena that take place at 2D viscoelastic half-spaces subjected to spatially distributed surface loadings and to distinct temporal excitations. It starts with a fairly detailed review of the existing strategies to describe transient analysis for elastic and viscoelastic continua by means of the Boundary Element Method (BEM). The review explores the possibilities and limitations of the existing transient BEM procedures to describe dynamic analysis of unbounded viscoelastic domains. It proceeds to explain the strategy used by the authors of this article to synthesize numerically fundamental solutions or auxiliary states that allow an accurate analysis of transient wave propagation phenomena at the surface of viscoelastic half-spaces. In particular, segments with spatially constant and linear stress distributions over a half-space surface are considered. The solution for the superposition of constant and discontinuous adjacent elements as well as linear and continuous stress distributions is addressed. The influence of the temporal excitation type and duration on the transient response is investigated. The present study is based on the numerical solution of stress boundary value problems of (visco) elastodynamics. In a first stage, the solution is obtained in the frequency domain. A numerical integration strategy allows the stationary solutions to be determined for very high frequencies. The transient solutions are obtained, in a second stage, by applying the Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) algorithm to the previously synthesized frequency domain solutions. Viscoelastic effects are taken into account by means of the elastic-viscoelastic correspondence principle. By analyzing the transient solution of the stress boundary value problems, it is possible to show that from every surface stress discontinuity three wave fronts are generated. (continued on next page ... )|
transient wave propagation
|Editor:||Latin Amer J Solids Structures|
|Appears in Collections:||Artigos e Materiais de Revistas Científicas - Unicamp|
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