Journal of Vibroengineering (JVE) ISSN (Print) 1392-8716, ISSN (Online) 2538-8460 is a prestigious peer reviewed International Journal specializing in theoretical and practical aspects of Vibration Engineering. It is indexed in Clarivative Analytics (Emerging Sources Citation Index - ESCI) and other major scientific databases. Established in 1997 and published 8 times a year (every 1.5 months), the journal attracts attention from the International Engineering Community.
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The List of Principal Topics
- Acoustics, noise control and engineering applications
- Mechanical vibrations and applications
- Fault diagnosis based on vibration signal analysis
- Vibration generation and control
- Seismic engineering and applications
- Modal analysis and applications
- Vibration in transportation engineering
- Flow-induced structural vibrations
- Biomechanics and biomedical engineering
- Chaos, non-linear dynamics and applications
- Dynamics and Oscillations in electrical and electronics engineering
- Fractional dynamics and applications
- System dynamics in manufacturing system modeling
- Dynamics of Smart and functionally graded materials
Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania
Editor in Chief
|H. Adeli||The Ohio State University, USA|
|V. Babitsky||Loughborough University, UK|
|R. Bansevičius||Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania|
|M. Bayat||Roudehen Branch, Islamic Azad University, Iran|
|I. Blekhman||Mekhanobr – Tekhnika Corporation, Russia|
|K. Bousson||University of Beira Interior, Portugal|
|A. Bubulis||Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania|
|Rafał Burdzik||Silesian University of Technology, Faculty of Transport, Poland|
|M. S. Cao||Department of Engineering Mechanics, Hohai University, China|
|Lu Chen||Beihang University, China|
|F. Chernousko||Institute for Problems in Mechanics, Russia|
|Z. Dabrowski||Warsaw University of Technology, Poland|
|Y. Davydov||Institute of Machine Building Mechanics, Russia|
|J. Duhovnik||University of Ljubljana, Slovenia|
|A. El Sinawi||The Petroleum Institute, United Arab Emirates|
|S. Ersoy||Marmara University, Turkey|
|A. Fedaravičius||Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania|
|R. Ganiev||Blagonravov Mechanical Engineering Research Institute, Russia|
|W. H. Hsieh||National Formosa University, Taiwan|
|David Hui||University of New Orleans, USA|
|V. Kaminskas||Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania|
|V. Kappatos||University of Southern Denmark, Denmark|
|V. Klyuev||Association Spektr – Group, Russia|
|G. Kulvietis||Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania|
|V. Lyalin||Izhevsk State Technical University, Russia|
|R. Martonka||Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic|
|R. Maskeliūnas||Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania|
|L. E. Muñoz||Universidad de los Andes, Colombia|
|Nicola Nisticò||Department of Structural and Geotechnical Engineering, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy|
|V. Ostaševičius||Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania|
|A. Palevičius||Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania|
|G. Panovko||Blagonravov Mechanical Engineering Research Institute, Russia|
|L. Qiu||Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China|
|S. Rakheja||Concordia University, Canada|
|Vinayak Ranjan||Bennett University, India|
|G. E. Sandoval-Romero||The National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico|
|M. A. F. Sanjuan||University Rey Juan Carlos, Spain|
|E. Shahmatov||Samara State Aerospace University, Russia|
|G. Song||University of Houston, USA|
|S. Toyama||Tokyo A&T University, Japan|
|K. Uchino||The Pennsylvania State University, USA|
|A. Vakhguelt||Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan|
|A. Valiulis||Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania|
|P. Vasiljev||Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences, Lithuania|
|J. Viba||Riga Technical University, Latvia|
|J. Wallaschek||Leibniz University Hannover, Germany|
|Xiao-Jun Yang||China University of Mining and Technology, China|
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Publication ethics and malpractice
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Gábor Gárdonyi, Krisztián Samu
Accurate rotational speed determination for rotary machines tends to be allocated high priority in technical applications. In some cases, it is not easy to measure shaft speed directly. Vibration diagnostic tools can offer an alternative solution to the problem posed by direct rotational speed measurement. Using calculated spectra and cepstra can help to determine the rotational speed easily and accurately. This paper examines the comparison of the spectrum and cepstrum based methods in terms of ... Continue reading
Journal of Vibroengineering, Vol. 21, Issue 3, 2019, p. 538-555.
Shuangshuang Zhong, Shenbo Yu
Accurate calculation on circumferential natural frequencies of stator structure in permanent magnet synchronous motor (PMSM) is very important for predicting the vibration and noise of PMSM. The analytical modal formula for the stator structure in PMSM is proposed, starting from the mathematical displacement model of cylindrical shell, then deriving the analytical formula for the stator structure. Firstly, finite element method (FEM) is applied to analyze the circumferential natural frequencies ... Continue reading
Journal of Vibroengineering, Vol. 21, Issue 2, 2019, p. 431-449.
Qiming Niu, Qingbin Tong, Junci Cao, Yihuang Zhang, Feng Liu
The Huge vibration data are generated continuously by many sensors in daily high-speed rotating machinery operations. Accurate online prediction based on big vibration data streaming can reduce the risks related to failures and avoid service disruptions. This paper presents a hybrid nonlinear autoregressive network with exogenous inputs (NARX) model to forecast the remaining useful life of ball bearings through health index based on big vibration data streaming. This approach is validated by a r ... Continue reading
Journal of Vibroengineering, Vol. 21, Issue 1, 2019, p. 82-96.
Weiwei Qian, Shunming Li, Jinrui Wang, Zenghui An, Xingxing Jiang
Traditional intelligent fault diagnosis methods take advantage of diagnostic expertise but are labor-intensive and time-consuming. Among various unsupervised feature extraction methods, sparse filtering computes fast and has less hyperparameters. However, the standard sparse filtering has poor generalization ability and the extracted features are not so discriminative by only constraining the sparsity of the feature matrix. Therefore, an improved sparse filtering with L1 regularization (L1SF) is ... Continue reading
Journal of Vibroengineering, Vol. 20, Issue 8, 2018, p. 2839-2854.
Stiffness improvement methods and its application on design and optimization of large lens hood for space camera
Xiaoxue Gong, Lei Zhang, Lei Wei, Xuezhi Jia, Ming Xuan
As an essential part of optical system, lens hoods consisting of shells and plates are designed mainly to protect optical system from unexpected light. Except for such basic function, the hood proposed in this paper has to load several subassemblies and will be applied in high-resolution and wild field-of-view space camera with strict mass limitation, which makes effective mechanical reinforcement and lightweight of hood quite necessary. To meet such requirements, stiffness improvement methods i ... Continue reading
Journal of Vibroengineering, Vol. 20, Issue 7, 2018, p. 2668-2679.
Mitigation of conductor line galloping by a direct cable-connection to non-conductive composite power pylons
Mathias Kliem, Daniel Johansen, Jan Høgsberg
Steel lattice towers with suspended insulator strings are typically used to carry high-voltage overhead transmission lines. The installation of non-conductive power pylons made of glass fibre reinforced plastics enables a direct cable-pylon connection, as the composite structure acts as an unibody insulator. At the same time, wind-induced vibrations, such as the severe cable vibration phenomenon galloping, will consequently be directly transferred to the slender composite mast structure, potenti ... Continue reading
Journal of Vibroengineering, Vol. 20, Issue 6, 2018, p. 2268-2288.
A unified Gram-Schmidt-Ritz formulation for vibration and active flutter control analysis of honeycomb sandwich plate with general elastic support
Huagang Lin, Dengqing Cao
An admissible function constructed by orthogonal polynomials is presented to investigate the vibration and active flutter control of Honeycomb sandwich plate with general elastic support in a supersonic airflow. The control strategies based on the displacement feedback and LQR method are applied by means of pasting the piezoelectric material on the surface of the plate structure. Employing the first-order piston theory to describe the aerodynamic loads, the governing equation of plate system wit ... Continue reading
Journal of Vibroengineering, Vol. 20, Issue 5, 2018, p. 1982-2000.
Numerical analysis on longitudinal seismic responses of high-speed railway bridges isolated by friction pendulum bearings
Zhiwu Yu, Haiyan Li, Biao Wei, Lizhong Jiang, Jianfeng Mao
As to analyze the effects of friction pendulum bearings (FPB) on the responses of simply supported bridges on a high-speed railway under longitudinal earthquakes, a spatially integrated track-bridge model with a CRTS II slab ballastless track and FPB was established by using the OpenSEES software. The seismic responses under different ground motions were calculated and compared with those using common spherical steel bearings. The comparison results show that the combination of FPB and the CRTS ... Continue reading
Journal of Vibroengineering, Vol. 20, Issue 4, 2018, p. 1748-1760.
Dynamic analysis of offshore wind turbine blades under the action of wind shear and fluctuating wind
Jianping Zhang, Zhen Gong, Xing Zhang, Liang Guo, Danmei Hu
Aiming at large-scale offshore wind turbine blades, governing equations in fluid domain and motion equations in structural domain with geometric nonlinearity were built by the aid of ALE method. A three dimensional model under fluid-structure interaction (FSI) was established by using UG software and Geometry module, and numerical calculation for FSI vibration characteristics of wind turbine blades under the effects of wind shear and fluctuating wind was carried out based on ANSYS Workbench. The ... Continue reading
Journal of Vibroengineering, Vol. 20, Issue 3, 2018, p. 1511-1521.
Jie Tang, Dengqing Cao, Zhaohong Qin, Haibo Li, Dengshuo Chen
In the launching process, the spacecraft situated in an extreme dynamic environment may withstand by various dynamic loads such as noise loading in the fairing, motor excited vibration, shock of the separation devices, etc. To achieve a successful launching, the device called whole-spacecraft vibration isolator is usually installed between the adapter and the spacecraft to prevent the later from being damage. A novel WSVI device, which composed of supporting leaf springs, voice coil motors (VCM) ... Continue reading
Journal of Vibroengineering, Vol. 20, Issue 2, 2018, p. 1035-1050.
A new weak fault diagnosis method based on multi-scale wavelet noise tuning cascaded multi-stable stochastic resonance
Dongying Han, Shujun An, Peiming Shi, Ying Zhang
For detecting the weak fault diagnosis submerged in heavy noise, a new method called multi-scale cascaded multi-stable stochastic resonance (MCMSR) is studied. The method can effectively extract weak fault diagnosis from noise background using multi-scale wavelet noise tuning stochastic resonance (SR). Firstly, input signal with noise is decomposed by multi-scale wavelets transformation, and each scale signal is adjusted by scaling factor, then the decomposed signal is used as the input of casca ... Continue reading
Journal of Vibroengineering, Vol. 20, Issue 1, 2018, p. 258-271.