LIGO Document T1600324-v1
- The aim of this paper is to present the results of the parametric study introduced in the first SURF Project Report.
Many simulations were carried out varying a single parameter to study the effects on simulation results. The values for the fixed parameters came out from previous analysis. The final parameter set value was chosen fitting the simulation results on the experimental values.
The final goal will be the direct application of the study in micro/nano scale to LIGO's concern. We want to input the developed micro-mechanical simulation results for the crackling noise form into the scaling model and predict for the crackling noise propagated to the blade tip under prescribed loading.
- Riccardo Maggiore LIGO SURF 2016
- held from 17 Aug 2016 to 19 Aug 2016 in 351 W. Bridge
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