Torsion and transverse sensing of conical shells

@inproceedings{Li2010TorsionAT,
  title={Torsion and transverse sensing of conical shells},
  author={Hao Li and Zhicheng Chen and Horn-Sen Tzou},
  year={2010}
}
Abstract Conical shells are widely used as payload/rocket adapters in rocket fairing systems. Generally, the conical shells are clamped at the major end and free at the minor end, where the payload is mounted. This study focuses on the dynamic sensing of conical shells with fix-free boundary conditions (BCs) by using distributed piezoelectric helical sensors. Two types of motion are studied, i.e., the transverse modes and the torsion modes. The shear-type sensors for shells sensing are… CONTINUE READING

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