A novel algebraic procedure for the non-parametric identification of the material model by means of dynamical test measurements is proposed. An extended Standard Linear Solid (SLS) material model is taken into account to model the material linear visco-elastic behavior. It consists of the series arrangement of fractional Kelvin model elements adopting real parameters and integer and non-integer order time differential operators, and of hysteretic Kelvin model elements adopting complex parameters and integer order time differential operators. Hysteretic Kelvin model elements are introduced to take account of the material hysteretic behavior. The material E(j center dot omega) complex modulus, is analytically modeled as the ratio of pseudo polynomials (non-integer power terms) in the j center dot omega Fourier variable. A multi-step, iterative, material model identification technique is here proposed to identify the unknown polynomial coefficients and the non-integer exponent values starting from E(j center dot omega) material discrete estimates from input-output dynamical measurements made on a beam specimen at different omega frequency values. Computational, nonphysical SLS elements resulting from the application of the identification procedure can be found and eliminated, so that a low order optimal model result. Some results obtained by applying the proposed identification technique with real experimental measurements are shown and discussed.

Identification of the extended standard linear solid material model by means of experimental dynamical measurements / Amadori, Stefano; Catania, Giuseppe. - In: MATERIALS TODAY COMMUNICATIONS. - ISSN 2352-4928. - ELETTRONICO. - 35:(2023), pp. 106159.1-106159.15. [10.1016/j.mtcomm.2023.106159]

Identification of the extended standard linear solid material model by means of experimental dynamical measurements

Amadori, Stefano
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Catania, Giuseppe
Co-primo
Conceptualization
2023

Abstract

A novel algebraic procedure for the non-parametric identification of the material model by means of dynamical test measurements is proposed. An extended Standard Linear Solid (SLS) material model is taken into account to model the material linear visco-elastic behavior. It consists of the series arrangement of fractional Kelvin model elements adopting real parameters and integer and non-integer order time differential operators, and of hysteretic Kelvin model elements adopting complex parameters and integer order time differential operators. Hysteretic Kelvin model elements are introduced to take account of the material hysteretic behavior. The material E(j center dot omega) complex modulus, is analytically modeled as the ratio of pseudo polynomials (non-integer power terms) in the j center dot omega Fourier variable. A multi-step, iterative, material model identification technique is here proposed to identify the unknown polynomial coefficients and the non-integer exponent values starting from E(j center dot omega) material discrete estimates from input-output dynamical measurements made on a beam specimen at different omega frequency values. Computational, nonphysical SLS elements resulting from the application of the identification procedure can be found and eliminated, so that a low order optimal model result. Some results obtained by applying the proposed identification technique with real experimental measurements are shown and discussed.
2023
Identification of the extended standard linear solid material model by means of experimental dynamical measurements / Amadori, Stefano; Catania, Giuseppe. - In: MATERIALS TODAY COMMUNICATIONS. - ISSN 2352-4928. - ELETTRONICO. - 35:(2023), pp. 106159.1-106159.15. [10.1016/j.mtcomm.2023.106159]
Amadori, Stefano; Catania, Giuseppe
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