Brake, Matthew R.W.

The Mechanics of Jointed Structures

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Table of contents

Part I. Perspectives on the Challenges of Joints Research

1. Introduction to Research on the Mechanics of Jointed Structures
Matthew R. W. Brake

2. An Overview of the Analysis of Jointed Structures
Matthew R. W. Brake

3. Are Joints Necessary?
Matthew R. W. Brake, David J. Ewins, Clay B. Wynn

4. Considerations for Defining the Mechanisms of Friction
David Nowell, Matthew R. W. Brake, Melih Eriten

Part II. Experimental Techniques for Studying Energy Dissipation Mechanisms

5. Round Robin Systems
Matthew R. W. Brake

6. The Gaul Resonator: Experiments for the Isolated Investigation of a Bolted Lap Joint
Dominik Süß, Anton Janeba, Kai Willner

7. The Cut Beam Benchmark System: Developing Measurement Techniques for Nonlinear Damping and Stiffness in Frictional Interfaces
Jean-Luc Dion, Gael Chevallier, Nicolas Peyret

8. The Ampair 600 Wind Turbine: An In-Context Benchmark System
Daniel R. Roettgen, Matthew S. Allen

9. The Brake-Reuß Beams: A System Designed for the Measurements and Modeling of Variability and Repeatability of Jointed Structures with Frictional Interfaces
Matthew R. W. Brake, Pascal Reuß

10. Considerations for Measurements of Jointed Structures
Scott A. Smith, Simone Catalfamo, Juan C. Bilbao-Ludena, Matthew R. W. Brake, Pascal Reuß, Christoph W. Schwingshackl

11. Damping Due to Joints in Built-Up Structures
Hugh G. D. Goyder

12. A Survey of Contact Hysteresis Measurement Techniques
David J. Ewins

13. Under-Platform Damper Measurements at Politecnico di Torino
Muzio M. Gola, Chiara Gastaldi

Part III. Derivation of Constitutive Equations Based on Physical Parameters

14. An Overview of Constitutive Models
Matthew R. W. Brake

15. Assessment of Coulomb Friction in Modeling Joint Mechanics via a Parameter Study of Dissipation
Michael J. Starr, Daniel J. Segalman

16. The Reduced Iwan Plus Pinning Joint Model
Matthew R. W. Brake

17. Modal Iwan Models for Structures with Bolted Joints
Matthew S. Allen, Brandon J. Deaner, Daniel J. Segalman

18. Constitutive Modeling of Contact for Elastic–Plastic Materials Engaged in Micro/Macroslip
Matthew R. W. Brake

19. Microslip Induced Damping in the Contact of Nominally Flat Surfaces with Geometric Defects
Noussa Bouchaala, Jean-Luc Dion, Nicolas Peyret

20. Elements of a Nonlinear System Identification Methodology of Broad Applicability with Application to Bolted Joints
Keegan J. Moore, Mehmet Kurt, Melih Eriten, D. Michael McFarland, Lawrence A. Bergman, Alexander F. Vakakis

21. Parameter Estimation via Instantaneous Frequency and Damping from Transient Ring-Down Data
Robert J. Kuether, Matthew R. W. Brake

Part IV. Numerical Techniques for the Analysis of Jointed Structures

22. Historical Perspective on Numerical Techniques for Modeling Joints
Matthew R. W. Brake

23. A Standard Practice for Modeling Bolted Joints in a Finite Element Package
Johann Groß, Matthew R. W. Brake

24. Reduced Order Modeling of Nonlinear Structures with Frictional Interfaces
Matthew R. W. Brake, Johann Groß, Robert M. Lacayo, Loic Salles, Christoph W. Schwingshackl, Pascal Reuß, Jason Armand

25. The Craig–Mayes Reduction: A Craig–Bampton Experimental Dynamic Substructure Using the Transmission Simulator Method
Randall L. Mayes

26. A Comparison of Reduced Order Modeling Techniques Used in Dynamic Substructuring
Daniel R. Roettgen, Benjamin Seeger, Wei Che Tai, Seunghun Baek, Tilán Dossogne, Matthew S. Allen, Robert J. Kuether, Matthew R. W. Brake, Randall L. Mayes

27. Calculating the Dynamic Response of Jointed Structures in the Frequency Domain Using Contact Interface Elements
Dominik Süß, Martin Jerschl, Kai Willner

28. Application of Continuum Shell Models for Joint Dissipation
Adam Brink, D. Dane Quinn, Daniel J. Segalman

29. Nonlinear Modal Analysis and Modal Reduction of Jointed Structures
Malte Krack, Lars Panning-von Scheidt

30. Numerical Methods for Assessing Response Metrics
Robert J. Kuether, Matthew R. W. Brake, Matthew S. Allen

31. Predicting the Shakedown Limits of Joints Subject to Fretting and High Cycle Fatigue
Robert C. Flicek, Matthew R. W. Brake, David A. Hills, James R. Barber

Part V. Epistemic and Aleatoric Uncertainty in Modeling and Measurements

32. A Primer for Uncertainty Modeling in Jointed Structures
Marc P. Mignolet, Matthew R. W. Brake, Daniel J. Segalman

33. Epistemic and Aleatoric Uncertainty in Modeling
Daniel J. Segalman, Matthew R. W. Brake

34. A Practical Application of a Maximum Entropy, Non-parametric Approach to Account for Epistemic Uncertainty Using Random Matrices
Matthew S. Bonney, Matthew R. W. Brake

35. Stochastic Iwan-Type Models for Joint Variability Modeling
Marc P. Mignolet, Pengchao Song, X. Q. Wang

36. Quantifying Epistemic and Aleatoric Uncertainty in the Ampair 600 Wind Turbine
Brett A. Robertson, Matthew S. Bonney, Chiara Gastaldi, Matthew R. W. Brake

Part VI. Perspectives on the Future of Joints Research

37. The Next Generation of Joints Research
Matthew R. W. Brake

Keywords: Engineering, Structural Mechanics, Continuum Mechanics and Mechanics of Materials

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