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Study on Degree of Nonlinearity to Performance of Bi-stable Vibration Absorber
degree of nonlinearity
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Bi-stable vibration absorber is a kind of nonlinear vibration absorber which can suppress the vibration of host structure under the external excitation. The attachment in the nonlinear absorber may present “mono-stable”, “chaos” or “snap-through” behaviors when the external excitation is under the specific force and frequency range. In order to quantify the performance of the system in each state, the degree of nonlinearity is an important index for evaluating this system. The degree of nonlinearity can be imagined as the average magnitude of the instantaneous frequency. For a linear system under harmonic excitations, the degree of nonlinearity is zero. For a bi-stable system, the response presents different degrees of nonlinearity with different vibration states, different input force magnitude and different excitation frequency range. In this research, the degree of nonlinearity is classified into different ranks, and then the relationships between the degree of nonlinearity and vibration absorbing performance can be analyzed. A negative linear-positive cubic duffing absorber was employed as the objective model in this study. The relationships among the degree of nonlinearity, the excitation frequency and the stable equilibrium points were discussed.
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