1 April 2016 Higher and sub-harmonic Lamb wave mode generation due to debond-induced contact nonlinearity
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Abstract
Non-cumulative higher and sub-harmonic Lamb wave mode generation as a result of partial-debond of piezoelectric wafer transducers (PWT) bonded onto an Aluminium plate, is numerically investigated and experimentally validated. The influence of excitation frequency on the extent of nonlinearity due to clapping mechanism of the partially-debonded PWTs is discussed. A set of specific frequency range is arrived at based on the Eigen-value and Harmonic analyses of PWTs used in the model. It is found that, at these frequencies, which are integral multiple of the first width-direction mode of a PWT, significantly higher amplitudes of higher-harmonics are observed. It is also seen that at specific debond-positions and lengths, sharp sub-harmonics in addition to higher-harmonics are present. Signal processing is carried out using Fast Fourier transform, which is normalized for comparisons.
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Anurup Guha, Anurup Guha, C. R. Bijudas, C. R. Bijudas, "Higher and sub-harmonic Lamb wave mode generation due to debond-induced contact nonlinearity", Proc. SPIE 9805, Health Monitoring of Structural and Biological Systems 2016, 98050X (1 April 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2218611; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2218611
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