Effects of Filtering Shock Data by ProQuest


The plateau of the pseudo velocity shock spectrum (PVSS), when depicted on a four-coordinate plot (4CP - frequency, displacement, velocity, acceleration), shows the frequency range of shock severity. Peak modal stress is proportional to PV.1-4 Therefore, filtering effects can be quantified according to changes in the plateau. Maximum acceleration usually defines the high-frequency extent of the plateau, and low-pass filtering reduces the peak acceleration levels of the shock data. Low-pass filtering of the data hides the high-frequency content of the shock. This is demonstrated in both the time history record as well as the PVSS analysis. Both Butterworth and Bessel filters are compared to see if the linear-phase attribute of the Bessel filter causes any changes in the PVSS. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]

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