Improvement of substructuring reduction technique for large eigenproblems using an efficient dynamic condensation method

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Abstract

An accelerated substructuring reduction procedure for the iterated improved reduced system (IIRS) method is proposed. The iterated IIRS method can be combined with a substructuring scheme to provide an efficient methodology for large-scale eigenvalue problems. Not only can it reduce eigenvalue analysis errors through successive iterations, but the accuracy of the eigenanalysis is not sensitive to the selected master degrees of freedom. In practical structural eigenproblems, reducing the number of iterations can save a great deal of computation cost. The present substructuring technique modifies the iterative form of the transformation matrices in each substructure to achieve faster convergence. Applications of the present method to two numerical examples demonstrate that the proposed method can obtain lower eigensolutions of structures more accurately and efficiently, as compared with those of the current substructuring technique.

Keywords

Dynamic condensation method Iterated IRS (IIRS) method Substructuring technique 

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© Korean Society of Mechanical Engineers 2008

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Mechanical and Aerospace EngineeringSeoul National Univ.Kwanak-gu, SeoulKorea

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