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Control Number311372
Date and Time of Latest Transaction20150706093800.AM
General Information150706s |||||||||b ||00|||
Cataloging SourceSTII-DOST
Local Call NumberScienceDirect
Main Entry - Personal NameFourney, William L.
 Sutton, Michael A.
 Vikrant Tiwari
 Xiaomin Deng
 Shaowen Xu
 Bretall, Damien
Title StatementAn inverse approach for pressure load identification by Shaowen Xu and 5 others
Physical Descriptionpages 865-877 computer file; text; 1,074kb
Summary, Etc.An inverse approach for the identification of pressure loading on a structure has been proposed and developed. In this approach, surface measurements of structural response (e.g. strain, displacement and velocity field measurements, such as can be measured with 3D digital image correlation) are utilized as input data and are combined with numerical simulations to identify the pressure load on a structure. The inverse approach has been verified by numerical benchmarks involving pressure identification under quasi-static as well as dynamic impulse loading conditions, and also been validated by an experiment involving a quasi-static pressure load. The results indicate that the proposed inverse method can identify not only the magnitude of the quasi-static pressure but also the impulsive pressure loading history. The developed inverse approach offers an opportunity to apply inverse analysis techniques to identify interactive pressure loads (such as those resulting from a blast wave) on structures in explosive events
Subject Added Entry - Topical TermEngineering
 Pressure identification
 Inverse analysis
 Surface deformation measurements
LocationDOST STII ScienceDirect NONPRINTS F(B) 14-15505 1 14-15505 Online/Download 2012-01-12
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