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Contribution à l'étude du phénomène d'oscillation argumentaire

Abstract : Contribution to the study of the argumental oscillation phenomenon. The argumental oscillator has a stable periodic motion at a frequency close to its fundamental frequency when it is subjected to an excitation from a harmonic source at a frequency which is a multiple of said fundamental frequency, and acting in such a way that its interaction with the system depends on the space coordinates of the system. This thesis studies some argumental systems and tries to demonstrate symbolic relations between the parameters of these systems and their observed or calculated behavior. The Van der Pol representation was used most of the time to represent the state of the system, as it is well adapted to the averaging method, where a solution is sought as a signal of sinusoidal type, with slowly varying amplitude and phase. The originality of this thesis with respect to previous publications is in the modeling, closer to real physical systems, in the symbolic developments that give new representations, in the embodiment of the experiments, which all use a real-time Van der Pol visualization, and in the object of the experiment of the beam axially excited in an argumental way. During this thesis, simple systems with one DDL have been modeled, built and tested. Symbolic relationships have been highlighted, in particular with regard to the probabilities of capture by attractors, as well as stability criteria and an approximate symbolic solution. A continuous system consisting of an axially excited slender beam was then modeled using two models, and tested; still in the symbolic domain, properties have been studied, especially concerning combinations of parameter ranges allowing the argumental phenomenon to occur
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Daniel Cintra. Contribution à l'étude du phénomène d'oscillation argumentaire. Génie mécanique [physics.class-ph]. Université Paris-Est, 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017PESC1220⟩. ⟨tel-02398198⟩



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