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    Aeroelastic Analysis of Aircraft Composite Wings in a Compressible Flow

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Farsadi, Touraj (Author) ; haddadpour, Hassan (Supervisor)
    Abstract
    In this research, an anistropic thin-walled beam composite is used to consider the effects of fiber orientation and lay-up configuration on the aeroelastic stability and response of an aircraft wing. The circum ferentially asymmetric stiffness (CAS) model consists of a group of non-classical effects; such as transverse shear, material anisotropic, warping inhibition, etc. The aerodynamic load has been modeled based on the strip theory and compressible unsteady flow in the finite- state form. In addition, to form the mass, stiffness and damping matrices of non-conservative aeroelastic systems the extended Galerkin’s method (EGM) and the method of separation of variables has been used. After... 

    Flexural-Torsional Buckling Analysis of Thin- walled Composite Beams with Symmetric Layup

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Sadrzadeh, Mohammad Hossein (Author) ; Haddadpour , Hassan (Supervisor)
    Abstract
    In the present work, the buckling behavior of a composite beam with circular, rectangular and pentagonal cross sections is investigated. The structural model is based on the first order shear deformation theory (FSDT) and incorporates other non-classical effects such as primary and secondary warpings and restrained warping. The linear buckling equations are derived from the non-linear governing equations of motion and their associated boundary conditions and solved using the Galerkin method for a composite beam with the clamped-free end condition and the special layup configuration of Circumferentially Asymmetric Stiffness (CAS) which induces elastic couplings between torsional and flexural... 

    Panel Flutter Analysis of Cylindrical Constrained Layer Damping (CLD) Panels

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Sadeghmanesh, Mostafa (Author) ; Haddadpour, Hassan (Supervisor)
    Abstract
    The purpose of this study is to analytically study the aeroelastic characteristics of the cylindrical shells fully treated with passive constrained layer damping (PCLD) to indicate the effects of various parameters on the behavior of such structures. Constraining the viscoelastic layers increases the amount of dissipated energy and the bending stiffness of the structure without considerable change of the weight.
    A thin shell theory in conjunction with the Donell assumptions is employed for the shell and the constraining layer (CL) and the first order shear deformation theory (FSDT) is used for the viscoelastic layer to construct the model. The effects of rotary inertia and shear... 

    Multi-scale Modeling of Crack Using Nano-XFEM

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Ghaffari, Reza (Author) ; Haddadpour, Hassan (Supervisor)
    Abstract
    In this thesis a mutliScale model based on the Cauchy-Born hypothesis and via usage of XFEM is proposed for crack modeling. By solving an example, the important of surface effects in the surface stresses region is shown. Considering not being able to model the surface effects with the Cauchy-Born method, the boundary Cauchy-Born method for modeling crack effects is used. Moreover, three Molecular Dynamics method for modeling crack will be proposed. According to the obtained results from these methods, it was deduced that for calculating the correct surface stresses in Molecular Dynamics the mutual interaction of upper and lower atoms of crack should be omitted. Finally, the validation of... 

    Instability Analysis of Carbon Nanotubes and Graphitic Shells Conveying Fluid

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Ramazani Ali-Akbari, Hossein (Author) ; Haddadpour, Hassan (Supervisor)
    Abstract
    In this research, the instability analysis of single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs) and graphitic shells conveying fluid is investigated based on the molecular structural mechanics. Using the reduced order models for fluid and structure, the dynamic behavior of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) conveying fluid is accurately modeled via a few number of lowest flow modes and natural frequencies and mode shapes of CNTs structure. In addition, the boundary element method (BEM) is used to model the potential flow. The molecular mechanics (MM) model is applied to modal analysis and driving the natural frequencies and mode shapes of SWCNTs. The effect of chirality on flow-induced instability is taken into... 

    A Successive Boundary Element Model for Investigation of Sloshing Frequencies and Equivalent Mechanical Model in Multi Baffled Containers

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Ebrahimian, Masoud (Author) ; Haddadpour, Hassan (Supervisor)
    Abstract
    This study presents a developed successive boundary element method to determine the sloshing natural frequencies, mode shapes and equivalent mechanical models for multi baffled 2D and axisymmetric containers with arbitrary geometries. The developed fluid model is based on the Laplace equation and Green's theorem. The governing equations of fluid dynamic and free surface boundary condition are also applied to proposed model. A zoning method is presented to model arbitrary arrangement of baffles in multi baffled axisymmetric tanks. The influence of each zone on neighboring zones is applied by introducing interface influence matrix which correlates the velocity potential of interfaces to their... 

    Vibration Analysis of viscoelastic Sandwich Plates Under the Effects of Nonlinearities and Random Excitations

    , Ph.D. Dissertation Sharif University of Technology Mahmoudkhani, Saeed (Author) ; Haddadpour, Hassan (Supervisor)
    Abstract
    Different aspects of oscillatory behaviors of sandwich structures with viscoelastic cores are investigated in the present study in four parts. In the first part, an analytical study is conducted to determine the variation of linear frequencies and damping ratio of different families of modes with system parameters. The participation of different families of modes such as the so-called pumping or thickness-shear modes along with the overall bending modes in the transverse response of the structure to transverse wide-band excitation is also investigated in this part. The formulation of the problem is established by assuming quadratic variation of displacement components of the core through the... 

    A FEM-BEM Model for Investigation of Fuel SlushingEffect on the Supersonic Wing Aeroelasticity

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Zanjanizadeh Esfahani, Mohammad Javad (Author) ; Haddadpour, Hassan (Supervisor)
    Abstract
    In the present work the stability analysis for the coupled aeroelasticity and fuel sloshing in supersonic wings is represented. The wing and store structure is modeled using the finite element method. The supersonic wing aerodynamic is modeled by the linear piston theory and store aerodynamic is modeled by the semi-stable slender body piston theory. Fuel sloshing in the store with desired geometry is modeled by the boundary element method. The coupled structure, aerodynamic and sloshing governing equations are drawn by using the Galerkin method and reduce order modeling teqnique for them and an effective numerical model was developed that is capable to analyze the stability for... 

    An Analytical Approach to Nonlinear Vibrations of a Three-Layered Sandwich Beam with a Viscoelastic Core, under the Effects of Internal Resonance, Employing MMS

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology PashaJavid, Babak (Author) ; Haddadpour, Hassan (Supervisor)
    Abstract
    Vibrations with high amplitudes in continuous systems and models with multiple degrees of freedom, in specific conditions, is concomitant with a phenomenon called internal resonance. In the presence of this phenomenon, energy is transferred from one directly excited mode to the other vibrating modes of the structure results in response of the structure to be combination of the excited modes. In that situation occurrence of the internal resonance may decrease the level of undesired vibrations of the structure. This behavior is of interest especially in sandwich structures with viscoelastic cores that are designated to improve the damping characteristics of the structure and the property may... 

    Study of Tunable Graphene Nano Resonator Vibration

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Derakhshanfar, Soroush (Author) ; Haddadpour, Hassan (Supervisor)
    Abstract
    In the present investigation, graphene sheets are simulated as Nano resonators using Kirchhoff plate theory and nonlocal continuum theory. External force and interlayer forces are simulated as harmonic and Winkler-like elastic foundation, respectively. Equations are solved analytically and numerically and corresponding results are presented. Considering a two layer resonator, natural frequencies and oscillation amplitude are investigated by free vibration and forced vibration analysis. Also, the effects of parameters such as small scale, sheets dimensions and inciting frequency on the vibration of the resonator, are displayed  

    Providing Optimization Tools to Design Aeroelastic Blades of Wind Turbines Made of Curved Fibers

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Feiz Arefi, Morteza (Author) ; Haddadpour, Hassan (Supervisor)
    Abstract
    Nowadays Aeroelasticity is one of most important branch of aerospace science. The Aeroelastic analysis and get on aeroelastic safety margin, is one of the major steps that must be taken in flying crafts design. Diverse software have been developed for this purpose. Due to the increasing the demands of use of composite materials in aircraft structures, need to examine the effect of various parameters such as angles and stacking sequence on the aeroelastic instability (flutter and divergence) composite aircraft structures is determined. The analysis of wind turbines as a means of extracting energy from the wind and having a large diameter blades, causing the interference effects of aerodynamic... 

    Vibration and Buckling Analysis of Multi-walled Carbon Nanocone by Molecular Mechanics Approach and Stability Analysis of Carbon Nanocone Conveying Fluid

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Rasouli Gandomani, Morteza (Author) ; Haddadpour, Hassan (Supervisor)
    Abstract
    In this thesis, vibration analysis of multi-walled carbon nanoconesstudied by molecular mechanics approach. In this simulation, atoms of carbon and bondings of them modeled by concentrated mass and structural elements, respectively and then mode shapes and natural frequencies of these structures calculated and effects of height, apex angle, boundary conditions and number of layers on natural frequencies of carbon nanocones studied. Also, critical buckling load of multi-walled carbon nanocones due to axial and in-plane loads obtained and effects of height, apex angle and number of layers on critical buckling loads of carbon nanocones studied. These results validated by molecular dynamics and... 

    Determination of Landing Gear Loading in Landing Process Using Multi-body Dynamics Softwares

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Kavousi, Ahmad (Author) ; Haddadpour, Hassan (Supervisor)
    Abstract
    In this project, the landing process is simulated by using of multi-body dynamics commercial software. Various factors, including landing situations, aircraft structures and climate are used in this simulation. The purpose of this project is to determine the forces exerted on the aircraft landing gears in landing process in various landing conditions. For this purpose, the ADAMS multi-body dynamics software is used. At first, different scenarios based on FAR-25, including level landing, tail-down landing, crab landing are simulated. Results of dynamic simulation software with landing load factor obtained from the analytical solution are compared. Then for the level landing, different... 

    investigation of the Effect of Piezo-Electric Patch on the Modal Properties and Flutter Speed of Turbomachine Blade

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Yousefi, Masoud (Author) ; Haddadpour, Hassan (Supervisor)
    Abstract
    In order to investigaton of dynamics behavior and determination of the aeroelastic stability of the turbomachine blade. the turbomachine blade is modeled by using the beam model, taking into account all degrees of freedom, the effect of warping, rotation and seting angle. For aerodynamic modeling, the Smith and Whitehead models are used which are valid in subsonic flow. The validity of the derived formulation is confirmed through comparison with those obtained from the finite element software and the available results in the literature. Then, by using the state feedback controller, the effect of sensor and piezoelectric actuator on the vibrations reduction of the structure and increasing the... 

    Stability of Cantilevered Beams Subjected to Random Follower Forces

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Amani, Pourya (Author) ; Haddadpour, Hassan (Supervisor)
    Abstract
    In Mechanical systems there is always possibility of statical and dynamical following force. These forces are generated due to aerodynamic pressure, temperature gradient, and jet thrusters. In unstabel systems, if the value of this force exceeds a certaim amount the system becomes unstable. This value is called as critical force. In order to analyse these systems, fisrt of all, the governing dynamic equations are obtained by using the Galerkin-Ritz method. Then, by utilising the modal analysis, these equation are uncoupled. And then, the Ito set of equations are derived. By utilising the Lyapanov method, Ito equations are transfered to another state. and using the fokker-planc equation the... 

    Aeroelasticiy of Supersonic Wing Made of Functionally Graded Materials Using Finite Element Method

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Razie, Hamed (Author) ; Haddadpour, Hassan (Supervisor)
    Abstract
    The aeroelastic behavior of wings made of functionally graded materials in supersonic flow is studied. For this purpose the flutter speed is calculated and in the next step the post flutter behavior is investigated. The structural model is based on the classical plate theory and material properties are assumed to be graded in the thickness direction according the power law distribution in terms of the volume fraction of material constituents. The linear piston theory which is modified to include thickness effects is used for supersonic aerodynamic modeling. The nonlinear structural model based on the Von-Karman strains is considered for prediction of the post-flutter behavior of the wing.... 

    Flutter Analysis Rotating Blade of a Turbo Machinery Made of Magneto Rheological Elastomer Core

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Rayyat Rokn-Abadi, Mohammad (Author) ; Haddadpour, Hassan (Supervisor)
    Abstract
    This study considers the flutter analysis rotating blade of a turbo machinery made of magneto rheological elastomer core. The Smith theory is used for modeling the compressible subsonic flow. The classical Hamilton’s principle along with the assume mode method is used to set up the equations of motion. The validity of the derived formulation is confirmed through comparison with those obtained from the finite element software and the available results in the literature. Various parametric studies including the effects of applied magnetic field, core layer thicknesses, rotating speed, setting angle are examined for considered configuration of the rotating blade. The results show that the first... 

    Aeroelastic Analysis of Sandwich wing With Fractional Viscoelastic Core

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Ebrahimi, Hossein (Author) ; Haddadpour, Hassan (Supervisor)
    Abstract
    In this research, the effect of application of viscoelastic material with fractional derivatives pattern in aeroelastic stability analysis for a sandwich wing, has been examined. In order to study the wing’s aeroelastic behavior and the effect of inner layer on aeroelastic instability boundaries (fluttering), the wing is modeled as a cantilever sandwich beam with a fractional viscoelastic core. The Wagner approximation is used for applying the unstable aeroelastic loads. To obtain the characteristics and behaviors of the structure some assumptions including non-classical effects, are considered. These non-classical effects are the inner layer shear stress, the axial movements, the wing’s... 

    Control of Cable Vibration under Rain-wind Induced Vibration with Magneto-rheologycal Jacketing

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Turkesh, Purya (Author) ; Haddadpour, Hassan (Supervisor)
    Abstract
    The present thesis follows two aims in the phenomenon of vibration and control of cable of cable-stayed bridge under rain-wind induced vibration (RWIV). The first one is to study the response of the cable and consequently the second one aims to control these vibrations that occurred in the cable. The assumed continuous cable has lateral, in plane bending (IP), out of plane bending (OOP) and torsion mode. The effect of rainfall on the cable has been modeled with mobile upper rivulet on the cable surface and the effect and shape of lower rivulet have been neglected. RWIV is not vortex-induced vibration (VIV), nor wake galloping, because the dominant frequency of RWIV is lower than VIV and... 

    Elastodynamic Behaviour Analysis of Interceptor Flight Vehicle in Space

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Sam, Mostafa (Author) ; Haddadpour, Hassan (Supervisor)
    Abstract
    In this thesis, the effect of elastodynamic behaviour of an interceptor on it’s trajectory in space and accuracy in desired positioning and situation is investigated. The governing equations of motion are derived and linearized by using the basic equations of motion in the body frame axes and the mode summation method for elastic deformations. In order to control the interceptor, the closed-loop control on the yaw and pitch angles, is considered. The governing equations of motion are solved to determine the time response to investigate the structural effects on the stability, position and situation of interceptor. Finally, the effect of elasticity and vibrations on the interceptor’s...