Undamped vibration of fibre-reinforced polymer overwrapped pipes under fluid-hammer conditions

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Published Mar 31, 2018
K Rege

Abstract

AN APPROXIMATE DYNAMIC MODEL describing the undamped radial vibration of thin-walled steel pipes with an overwrap of laminated fibre-reinforced polymer (FRP), due to fluid-hammer conditions, is derived. The derived model is an uncoupled model, in which the elastic properties of the pipe and fluid are used to estimate the properties of the fluid-hammer-induced pressure wave. This pressure wave is used as the exciting load in a dynamic analysis of the pipe wall. The derived governing equation is solved analytically by utilizing the properties of Fourier series. The model is implemented on a representative example. It is observed that increasing the number of FRP laminae may lead to larger radial deflections, because the natural frequency of the pipe is significantly altered.

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Rege K. Undamped vibration of fibre-reinforced polymer overwrapped pipes under fluid-hammer conditions. PST [Internet]. 2018Mar.31 [cited 2020Aug.8];2(1):67-0. Available from: http://pipeline-science.com/index.php/PST/article/view/61

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Keywords

: fluid hammer, shell theory, laminate theory, pipe vibration, overwrapped pipelines

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