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Teilinstitut Dynamik/Mechatronik
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Prof. Wolfgang Seemann
Prof. Carsten Proppe
Prof. Alexander Fidlin

 

Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)
Kaiserstraße 10
Gebäude: 10.23, 2. OG
76131 Karlsruhe

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Schnelleinstieg Teilinstitut Dynamik/Mechatronik

M.Sc. Jimmy Alberto Aramendiz Fuentes

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Postanschrift:
Karlsruher Institut für Technologie
Institut für Technische Mechanik
Teilinstitut Dynamik/Mechatronik
Postfach 6980
76049 Karlsruhe

Haus- und Lieferanschrift:
KIT-Campus Süd
Institut für Technische Mechanik
Teilinstitut Dynamik/Mechatronik
Geb. 10.23, 2.OG
Kaiserstraße 10
76131 Karlsruhe



Adaptive Friction Dampers

Fidlin Fig. 1
Fidlin, Alexander, and Mauricio Lobos. "On the limiting of vibration amplitudes by a sequential friction-spring element." Journal of Sound and Vibration 333.23 (2014): 5970-5979
Fidlin Fig. 5
Fidlin, Alexander, and Mauricio Lobos. "On the limiting of vibration amplitudes by a sequential friction-spring element." Journal of Sound and Vibration 333.23 (2014): 5970-5979

Constantly increasing energy costs and restrictive legal regulations make it necessary to consistently increase the efficiency in all types of machines and systems. As a result, damping influences are systematically reduced. In addition, mechanical structures are increasingly being designed in terms of lightweight construction, which further increases their sensitivity to vibration excitation. That is why it is urgently necessary to reduce vibrations of mechanical structures effectively and in a focused manner without significantly influencing the efficiency of the machine as a whole. The nonlinearities of the damping forces, which are often neglected in the design, open up great potential for realizing situation-dependent behavior without having to resort to active control and external energy supply.

In particular, dry friction with the inherent stick-slide transitions enables the realization of mechanical switching elements that can serve as basic building blocks for adaptable dissipative devices. Above all, the aim is to investigate how novel devices based on dry friction can be used for the targeted reduction of externally excited, parametrically excited, and self-excited vibrations. In addition to the analysis of the dissipative device itself, methods for determining an optimal configuration and spatial placement of these devices are also proposed. In order to achieve these goals, various devices based on four basic elements (elasticity, play, friction with possibly modulated normal force and spring with distributed friction) and their combinations are compared in terms of their effectiveness and their self-adaptive properties. In addition, analytical methods are being developed in order to be able to reliably evaluate the efficiency of these devices. Prototypes for the most promising concepts are manufactured and experimentally tested.

Contact: Prof. A. Fidlin, J. Aramendiz


Publikationen


On the Dynamics of a Prestressed Sliding Wedge Damper.
Aramendiz, J.; Fidlin, A.; Baranowski, E.
2019. Proceedings in applied mathematics and mechanics, 19 (1), e201900326. doi:10.1002/pamm.201900326
On the numerical simulations of amplitude-adaptive impact dampers [in press].
Yüzbasioglu, T.; Aramendiz, J.; Fidlin, A.
2019. Journal of sound and vibration, 115023. doi:10.1016/j.jsv.2019.115023
Comparative study between dry friction and electrorheological fluid switches for Tuned Vibration Absorbers.
Tan, A. S.; Aramendiz, J.; Ross, K. H.; Sattel, T.; Fidlin, A.
2019. Journal of sound and vibration, 460, Art. Nr.: 114874. doi:10.1016/j.jsv.2019.114874
Betreute Veranstaltungen
Semester Titel
SS 2020
SS 2020
SS 2020
WS 19/20
SS19
SS 18
WS 17/18
WS 17/18
SS 2017