PHENOMENA OF INSTABILITY IN NON-CONSERVATIVE DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS
AbstractIf the loading is non-conservative, the loss of stability may not manifest itself as the system going into another equilibrium state, but as exhibiting oscillations of increasing amplitude. To take account of this possibility, we must consider the dynamic behavior of the system, because stability is essentially a dynamic concept. In the paper the author’s theory, named the rheological-dynamical analogy (RDA), is used to examine the phenomena of instability in linear internally damped inelastic (LIDI) dynamical systems. Apart from quantitative research, qualitative research is presented to demonstrate the influence of inelasticity and internal friction on dynamic response.
How to Cite
D. Milašinović, “PHENOMENA OF INSTABILITY IN NON-CONSERVATIVE DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS”, STEPGRAD, vol. 1, no. 13, Oct. 2021.