Vortex Induced Vibration Analysis of a Cantilevered Hydrofoil by Laser Vibrometry and TR-PIV
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The structural response of a steel cantilevered hydrofoil is analyzed through an experiment carried out in a hydrodynamic tunnel for Reynolds numbers ranging from 2 105 to 8:25 105. The hydrofoil is set at a 17 angle to the flow direction, in order to maximize the hydrodynamic forcing issued from the vortex shedding, thus enhancing fluid structure interactions. The structural response is measured through the vibration velocity using a laser Doppler vibrometer. The flow dynamics are analyzed through Time Resolved-Particle Image Velocimetry (TR-PIV) and Proper Orthogonal Decomposition. An interaction between the vortex shedding phenomenon and the modal response of the structure is observed. A decrease of the modal frequencies occurs for Reynolds numbers above 4 105. The modal frequencies are found to decrease towards the vortex shedding frequency as the velocity increases resulting in resonance flow velocities much lower than the ones predicted in a non coupling hypothesis. The experimental results presented in this paper will help to develop fluid-structure interaction models and simulations in naval applications.
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