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Vortex-Induced Vibration Characteristics of Two Fixed-Supported Elastic Cylinders

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Z. J. Wang, Y. Zhou, R. M. C. So

Department of Mechanical Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hung Hom, Kowloon, Hong Kong

J. Fluids Eng 125(3), 551-560 (Jun 09, 2003) (10 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1568360 History: Received March 13, 2002; Revised September 15, 2002; Online June 09, 2003
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Figures

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Experimental arrangement
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Variation of εy,rms and εx,rms with Ur: (a) T/d=3.00; (b) T/d=1.70; (c) T/d=1.13. ○, εy,rms, Cylinder 1; •, εy,rms, Cylinder 2; ▵, εx,rms, Cylinder 1; ▴, εx,rms, Cylinder 2.
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Power spectra Eεy (upper plate: Cylinder 1; middle plate: Cylinder 2) of the strain εy and Eu (lower plate) of the streamwise velocity u at T/d=1.7. (a) Ur≈16,Re=3900, where fs*(≈0.3)≈fy(3)*; (b) Ur≈48,Re=11000, where fs*(≈0.1)≈fy(3)*. The hot wire was located at x/d=2 and y/d=1.5.
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Power spectra Eεy (upper plate: Cylinder 1; middle plate: Cylinder 2) of the strain εy and Eu (lower plate) of the streamwise velocity u at T/d=3.0.Ur≈26,Re=6200, where fs*(≈0.2)≈fy(3)*. The hot wire was located at x/d=2 and y/d=1.5.
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Power spectra Eεy (upper plate: Cylinder 1; middle plate: Cylinder 2) of the strain εy and Eu (lower plate) of the streamwise velocity u at T/d=1.13.Ur≈48,Re=11000, where fs*(≈0.1)≈fy(3)*. The hot wire was located at x/d=2 and y/d=1.5.
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Laser-illuminated flow visualization in the water tunnel behind two side-by-side cylinders. (a) T/d=3.0; (b) 1.7; (c) 1.13. Re=450. Flow is from left to right.
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Spectral phase Φ12 between εy1 and εy2(Ur=16,Re=3900): (a) T/d=3.00, (b) 1.70, (c) 1.13
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Power spectrum Eu of the hot-wire signals simultaneously measured in the two outer shear layers associated with the two cylinders. T/d=1.7,Re=5900. Two hot-wires were placed at x/d=0 and 0.2d away from the surface of each cylinder.
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Variation of the cross-flow fy(1) with T/d and Ur: ○, Cylinder 1; ▴, Cylinder 2. (a) T/d=3.00, (b) 1.70, (c) 1.13.
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Variation of the inline fx(1) with T/d and Ur: ○, Cylinder 1; ▴, Cylinder 2. (a) T/d=3.00, (b) 1.70, (c) 1.13.
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Relation between Yrms and εy,rms of the same cylinder for different T/d ratios: ○, present data; •, single cylinder, 11
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Relation between εx,rms and Xrms: ○, two cylinders at T/d=3.00; •, single cylinder. Solid line indicates a best fit to the experimental data.

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