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Impact response analysis of a coaxial double-pipe structure by using spectral element method

Nishida, Akemi  ; Iigaki, Kazuhiko 

A coaxial double-pipe structure is to be used in the primary and auxiliary coolant system of a high-temperature gas-cooled reactor. In order to study the vibration characteristics of the coaxial double-pipe structure, hammering experiments were performed using specimens of the structure. Because the structural responses obtained in the experiments contained high-frequency components, impact response analysis was performed by using the spectral element method, which has high accuracy in the high-frequency region. A comparison between analysis results and experiment results showed good agreement between them. We also performed parametric studies on the damping properties of the specimens. The damping properties determined from the experiment results indicated that the inner and outer pipes had different damping properties.



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