Flow-Induced Vibration
Under construction.

Papers in Preparation

  1. Anne-Marie E. Allison and RMC, Qualitative predictions of the Tamura-Shimada Model for flow-induced vibration . This paper uses an analytical solution of a first-order perturbation solution of the Tamura-Shimada model (by the method of multiple scales) to determine the bifurcation diagram, from which the different qualitative behaviours predicted by the Tamura-Shimada model may be read off.

    This work extends our previous work to include the effects of galloping on the solution inside the resonance region.

Conference Papers

  1. Anne-Marie E. Allison and RMC, ``Bifurcation Study of a Flow-Induced Vibration Model'', Proc. American Soc. Mech. Engineering PVP-FIV, Montré al, July, 1996
  2. Anne-Marie E. Allison RMC, ``Prediction of Closed-Loop Hysteresis with a Flow-Induced Vibration Model'', Proceedings CANCAM '95, Victoria, vol 2, (1995) 512--513
  3. T. Chen, RMC, and Henning Rasmussen , ``A numerical study of flow past a circular cylinder using a vortex method'', Proc. 3rd Annual CFD Society of Canada, Banff, June 25--27, 1995, vol 1, 409--413
  4. RMC, ``Bifurcation in a Flow-Induced Vibration Model'', Proceedings of the Fields Institute Workshop on Normal Forms and Homoclinic Chaos, 1992, W. F. Langford and W. Nagata, eds, Fields Institute Communications, vol. 4, (1995) pp. 43--59
  5. RMC, ``Chaos in a Flow-Induced Vibration Model'', Proc. ASME International Symposium on Flow-Induced Vibrations and Noise, Chicago, 1988, vol. 7, 77--85, M. M. Reischman, M. P. Paidoussis, R. J. Hansen, eds.

Journal Papers

  1. RMC and G. V. Parkinson, ``Mathematical modelling of the combined effects of vortex-induced vibration and galloping, Part II'', J. Fluids and Structures 7, (1993) 825--848
  2. RMC and G. V. Parkinson, ``A model of the combined effects of vortex-induced vibration and galloping'', J. Fluids \& Structures 2 (1988) 203--220