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Damage Count Method Using Acceleration Response for Vibration Test Over Multi-spectral Loading Pattern
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 Title & Authors
Damage Count Method Using Acceleration Response for Vibration Test Over Multi-spectral Loading Pattern
Kim, Chan-Jung;
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 Abstract
Several damage counting methods can be applied for the fatigue issues of a ground vehicle system using strain data and acceleration data is partially used for a high cyclic loading case. For a vibration test, acceleration data is, however, more useful than strain one owing to the good nature of signal-to-random ratio at acceleration response. The test severity can be judged by the fatigue damage and the pseudo-damage from the acceleration response stated in ISO-16750-3 is one of sound solutions for the vibration test. The comparison of fatigue damages, derived from both acceleration and strain, are analyzed in this study to determine the best choice of fatigue damage over multi-spectral input pattern. Uniaxial excitation test was conducted for a notched simple specimen and response data, both acceleration and strain, are used for the comparison of fatigue damages.
 Keywords
Multi-spectral Pattern;Fatigue Damage Count;Uniaxial Vibration Test;Energy Isocline;Linear System;
 Language
Korean
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