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A novel hybrid surrogate model and its application on a mechanical system subjected to friction-induced vibration

Abstract : A new hybrid meta-modeling approach is proposed and developed for the propagating and quantifying of uncertainties in friction-induced instabilities. According to the available knowledge about design parameters, the associated uncertainty can be described by using different models. Hence, hybrid meta-models prove to be necessary to simultaneously treat different uncertainty models. So, this study presents a novel hybrid meta-model issued from the associating of the kriging formalism together with the generalized polynomial chaos for the prediction of friction-induced instabilities submitted to interval and probabilistic uncertainties. Its assessing through the considering of a friction system, reveals suitable accuracy about the estimating of the dispersion of the occurrences of instabilities. Moreover, it offers a promising alternative to the prohibitive Monte-Carlo/scanning based methods that are usually used for the same task.
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Enora Denimal, L. Nechak, Jean-Jacques Sinou, Samuel Nacivet. A novel hybrid surrogate model and its application on a mechanical system subjected to friction-induced vibration. Journal of Sound and Vibration, Elsevier, 2018, 434, pp.456-474. ⟨10.1016/j.jsv.2017.08.005⟩. ⟨hal-02957474⟩

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