Low-pass-filter-based shock response spectrum and the evaluation method of transmissibility between equipment and sensitive components interfaces

Yinzhong Yan, Qingming Li

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    Abstract

    According to the features of the sources of pyroshock and ballistic shock, this study considers the pyroshock and ballistic shock generated by their respective impulsive sources as damped harmonic waves with different frequencies. According to the linear superposition assumption of damped harmonic waves in a linear elastic structure, a shock analysis method based on low-pass-ltered shock signals and their corresponding shock response spectrum (SRS), termed as low-pass-lter-based shock response spectrum (LPSRS), is proposed. LPSRS contains rich information of the frequency distribution of the shock excitation signal. A method to calculate shock transmissibility is proposed based on LPSRS and basic modal information of the equipment structure. LPSRS and SRS curves can be predicted at any given position of the equipment structure. The prediction method is validated by nite element method (FEM) simulation.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)97-115
    JournalMechanical Systems and Signal Processing
    Volume117
    Early online date3 Aug 2018
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 15 Feb 2019

    Keywords

    • Shock Response Spectrum
    • Low-pass Filter
    • Shock Transmissibility
    • Pyroshock
    • Ballistic Shock

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