1 April 2016 Modeling of fatigue crack induced nonlinear ultrasonics using a highly parallelized explicit local interaction simulation approach
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This paper presents a parallelized modeling technique for the efficient simulation of nonlinear ultrasonics introduced by the wave interaction with fatigue cracks. The elastodynamic wave equations with contact effects are formulated using an explicit Local Interaction Simulation Approach (LISA). The LISA formulation is extended to capture the contact-impact phenomena during the wave damage interaction based on the penalty method. A Coulomb friction model is integrated into the computation procedure to capture the stick-slip contact shear motion. The LISA procedure is coded using the Compute Unified Device Architecture (CUDA), which enables the highly parallelized supercomputing on powerful graphic cards. Both the explicit contact formulation and the parallel feature facilitates LISA’s superb computational efficiency over the conventional finite element method (FEM). The theoretical formulations based on the penalty method is introduced and a guideline for the proper choice of the contact stiffness is given. The convergence behavior of the solution under various contact stiffness values is examined. A numerical benchmark problem is used to investigate the new LISA formulation and results are compared with a conventional contact finite element solution. Various nonlinear ultrasonic phenomena are successfully captured using this contact LISA formulation, including the generation of nonlinear higher harmonic responses. Nonlinear mode conversion of guided waves at fatigue cracks is also studied.
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Yanfeng Shen, Yanfeng Shen, Carlos E. S. Cesnik, Carlos E. S. Cesnik, } "Modeling of fatigue crack induced nonlinear ultrasonics using a highly parallelized explicit local interaction simulation approach", Proc. SPIE 9805, Health Monitoring of Structural and Biological Systems 2016, 98050N (1 April 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2217966; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2217966
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