By N.E. Shanmugam, C.M. Wang
A concise assessment of the latest examine and the way it may be utilized in the sphere, with a panel of amazing editors and a workforce of foreign participants, this ebook is a useful reference resource. It discusses the modeling of plates for results resembling transverse shear deformation and rotary inertia, meeting of plates in forming thin-walled participants, and altering fabric homes in composite, laminated and functionally graded plates. It contains discussions of modern innovations for linear and nonlinear vibration research and concludes with a hybrid method appropriate for parameter id of plated buildings and hydroelastic research of floating plated constructions.
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G. flexural-torsional vibration − see Fig. 1(a)). • Local vibration phenomena, which involve in-plane cross-section deformations, while the member axis remains undeformed. It is still possible to distinguish between local-plate vibration (plate bending without foldline motions − see Fig. 1(b)) and distortional vibration (fold-line membrane displacements – see Fig. 1(c)). 1 (a) Global (flexural-torsional), (b) local-plate and (c) distortional vibration phenomena. 36 GBT-based local and global vibration analysis 37 The pioneer work addressing the local vibration of isotropic thin-walled members was carried out in the 1950s and disseminated through NACA (National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics) reports co-authored by Budiansky and Fralich (1954), Fitcher and Kordes (1959) and Thomson and Kruszewski (1961).
His formulation was then applied to FRP composite lipped channel members. The objective of this chapter is to present the derivation and illustrate the application and capabilities of a GBT formulation intended to analyse the local and global vibration behaviour of isotropic thin-walled members with open cross-sections. e. branched or unbranched) open cross-sections, and (ii) the member analysis, generally carried out by means of a GBT-based beam finite element specifically developed for that task.
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Analysis and Design of Plated Structures: Volume 2: Dynamics by N.E. Shanmugam, C.M. Wang