Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/2440/69531
Type: Conference paper
Title: Modelling the vibrational behaviour of composite archery arrows
Author: Rieckmann, M.
Codrington, J.
Cazzolato, B.
Citation: Breaking New Ground : Proceedings of the Annual Conference on the Australian Acoustical Society (Acoustics 2011), held on the Gold Coast, Australia 2011 / D. Mee and I. Hillock (eds.): pp.1-8
Publisher: Australian Acoustical Society
Publisher Place: Queensland, Australia
Issue Date: 2011
ISBN: 9780975785584
Conference Name: Annual Conference of the Australian Acoustical Society (2011 : Gold Coast, Australia)
Statement of
Responsibility: 
Marianne Rieckmann, John Codrington and Ben Cazzolato
Abstract: In the sport of archery, recent developments in materials technology have seen the introduction of carbon-fibre aluminium composite arrows. Archery performance has been shown to be dependent on the vibrational behaviour of arrows (including the natural frequencies and mode shapes). This paper investigates the vibration of composite archery arrows through analytical and finite element modelling. Computer models used in this paper employ modal analysis to identify the significant modes of vibration. Results from the numerical simulations are also compared to experimental measurements using a Polytec scanning laser Doppler vibrometer (PSV-400). Experiments use both mechanically and acoustically coupled vibration actuators to vibrate the composite arrow structure. Evaluation of the modal behaviour shows good agreement between the theoretical models and the experiments.
Rights: ©2011, The Australian Acoustical Society.
RMID: 0020115941
Description (link): http://www.mech.uq.edu.au/acoustics2011/
http://www.mecheng.adelaide.edu.au/avc/publications/abstract.php?abstract=1069
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