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Computational elastoacoustics of uncertain complex systems and experimental validation

Abstract : The paper deals with the robustness of uncertain computational elastoacoustic models in low- and medium-frequency ranges. The elastoacoustic system is made up of a heterogeneous viscoelastic structure coupled with an internal acoustic cavity filled with a dissipative acoustic fluid. A reduced mean elastoacoustic model is deduced from the mean finite element model by using the modal approach with the structural modes of the structure and the acoustic modes of the acoustic cavity. Data uncertainties and model uncertainties are taken into account by using a nonparametric probabilistic approach for the structure, for the acoustic cavity and for the vibroacoustic coupling interface. The objectives of this paper are (1) to present experimental validation of the nonparametric probabilistic approach of model uncertainties and to propose methods to perform the experimental identification of the probabilistic model parameters, (2) to analyze the robustness of computational elastoacoustic models with respect to model and data uncertainties, (3) to study uncertainty propagation in elastoacoustic.
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Christian Soize, C. Chen, J.-F. Durand, Denis Duhamel, L. Gagliardini. Computational elastoacoustics of uncertain complex systems and experimental validation. M. Papadrakakis. D.C. Charmpis, N.D. Lagaros, Y. Tsompanakis. Computational Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, CRC Press / Balkema, Taylor and Francis Group, pp.Pages: 71-84, 2009, Structures and Infrastructures Series, Volume 2. ⟨hal-00746908⟩



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