A procedure for the experimental identification of the material standard linear solid model parameters by means of dynamic mechanical analysis test instrument measurements is presented. Since the standard linear solid material stress–strain functional D(ω) relationship in the frequency domain formally depends on the standard linear solid material parameters, a procedure able to identify these parameters from test measurement estimates is proposed in this work. Nevertheless, a critical, nonlinear and non-parametric approach is to be followed since the number of the material standard linear solid block components is generally unknown, and the material D(ω) shows a highly nonlinear dependency on the unknown standard linear solid material parameters. For these reasons, measurement and test model noise is expected to strongly influence the accuracy of the identification results. A multi-step procedure is presented, consisting first in the non-parametric identification of a frequency dependent, two degrees of freedom model instrument frame by means of a polynomial rational function, where polynomial order and parameters, such as polynomial coefficients and pole-residue couples, are optimally identified by means of an algebraic numerical technique and of an iterative stabilization procedure. Another procedure able to identify the material D(ω) polynomial rational functional relationship in the frequency domain is also proposed, taking into account the dynamic contribution of the instrument frame, of the inertial contribution of the distributed mass of the beam and of the lumped mass of the instrument force measuring system. An effective procedure, able to identify the standard linear solid material model parameters in the time domain from the identified material physical poles, is finally proposed. Some application examples, concerning the identification of the standard linear solid model of a known material and of an unknown composite material, are shown and discussed as well.

Experimental identification of the material standard linear solid model parameters by means of dynamical measurements

Amadori S.
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Membro del Collaboration Group
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Catania G.
Co-primo
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
2021

Abstract

A procedure for the experimental identification of the material standard linear solid model parameters by means of dynamic mechanical analysis test instrument measurements is presented. Since the standard linear solid material stress–strain functional D(ω) relationship in the frequency domain formally depends on the standard linear solid material parameters, a procedure able to identify these parameters from test measurement estimates is proposed in this work. Nevertheless, a critical, nonlinear and non-parametric approach is to be followed since the number of the material standard linear solid block components is generally unknown, and the material D(ω) shows a highly nonlinear dependency on the unknown standard linear solid material parameters. For these reasons, measurement and test model noise is expected to strongly influence the accuracy of the identification results. A multi-step procedure is presented, consisting first in the non-parametric identification of a frequency dependent, two degrees of freedom model instrument frame by means of a polynomial rational function, where polynomial order and parameters, such as polynomial coefficients and pole-residue couples, are optimally identified by means of an algebraic numerical technique and of an iterative stabilization procedure. Another procedure able to identify the material D(ω) polynomial rational functional relationship in the frequency domain is also proposed, taking into account the dynamic contribution of the instrument frame, of the inertial contribution of the distributed mass of the beam and of the lumped mass of the instrument force measuring system. An effective procedure, able to identify the standard linear solid material model parameters in the time domain from the identified material physical poles, is finally proposed. Some application examples, concerning the identification of the standard linear solid model of a known material and of an unknown composite material, are shown and discussed as well.
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