Stress wave propagation analysis on vortex-induced vibration of marine risers
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To analyze the stress wave propagation associated with the vortex-induced vibration (VIV) of a marine riser, this paper employed a multi-signal complex exponential method. This method is an extension of the classical Prony’s method which decomposes a complicated signal into a number of complex exponential components. Because the proposed method processes multiple signals simultaneously, it can estimate the “global” dominating frequencies (poles) shared by those signals. The complex amplitude (residues) corresponding to the estimated frequencies for those signals is also obtained in the process. As the signals were collected at different locations along the axial direction of a marine riser, the phenomena of the stress wave propagation could be analyzed through the obtained residues of those signals. The Norwegian Deepwater Program (NDP) high mode test data were utilized in the numerical studies, including data sets in both the in-line (IL) and cross-flow (CF) directions. It was found that the most dominant component in the IL direction has its stress wave propagation along the riser being dominated by a standing wave, while that in the CF direction dominated by a traveling wave.
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China Ocean Engineering
Li, Huajun, Chao Wang, Fu shun Liu, and Sau-Lon J. Hu. "Stress wave propagation analysis on vortex-induced vibration of marine risers." China Ocean Engineering 31, 1 (2017): 30-36. doi: 10.1007/s13344-017-0004-7.