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Journal of Mathematical Sciences

, Volume 233, Issue 6, pp 958–974 | Cite as

Stability of Solutions of Initial Boundary-Balue Problems of Aerohydroelasticity

  • P. A. Velmisov
  • A. V. Ankilov
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Abstract

In designing structures and devices interacting with the flow of gas or liquid, it is necessary to solve the problems associated with the investigation of the stability required for their functioning and operational reliability. The definition of stability of an elastic body taken in the article corresponds to Lyapunov’s concept of stability of a dynamical system. On the base of the proposed nonlinear mathematical model the dynamic stability of the elastic aileron of the wing taking into account the incident subsonic flow of gas or liquid (in an ideal model of an incompressible environment) is investigated. Also a nonlinear mathematical model of the device relating to the vibration technique, which is intended for intensification of technological processes, for example, the process of mixing, is considered. The action of these devices is based on the oscillations of elastic elements during the gas or liquid flow. The dynamic stability of the elastic element located on one wall of the flow channel with the subsonic flow of gas or liquid (in an ideal model of a compressible environment) is investigated. Both models are described by a coupled nonlinear system of differential equations for the unknown functions — the potential of the gas velocity and deformation of the elastic element. On the basis of the construction of functionals, we obtain the sufficient conditions of the stability, the imposed restrictions on the free-stream velocity of the gas, the flexural stiffness of the elastic element, and other parameters of the mechanical system. The examples of construction of the stability regions for particular parameters of the mechanical system are presented.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Ulyanovsk State Technical UniversityUlyanovskRussia

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