ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Theory of Generalized Piezoporo Thermoelasticity
In this paper, the basic constitutive equations and equations of motion are derived to describe the behavior of thermoelastic porous piezoelectric medium by using Biot’s theory and the theory of generalized thermoelasticity with on relaxation time (Lord-Shulman). The electrical enthalpy density function is derived in the general coordinates. Also, clear definitions for the poroelastic modulus, electrical, thermal and additional mixed coefficients are embedded. The uniqueness of the solution for the complete system of equations is presented.
http://jsm.iau-arak.ac.ir/article_514488_d2134e2116807822360c181779b6cfb2.pdf
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Porous piezo materials
Generalized thermoelasticity
Biot’s theory
Two phase
Electro-dynamic Maxwell’s equation
M
Jabbari
mohsen.jabbari@gmail.com
true
1
Postgraduate School of Engineering, South Tehran Branch, Islamic Azad University
Postgraduate School of Engineering, South Tehran Branch, Islamic Azad University
Postgraduate School of Engineering, South Tehran Branch, Islamic Azad University
LEAD_AUTHOR
A
Yooshi
true
2
Postgraduate School of Engineering, South Tehran Branch, Islamic Azad University
Postgraduate School of Engineering, South Tehran Branch, Islamic Azad University
Postgraduate School of Engineering, South Tehran Branch, Islamic Azad University
AUTHOR
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Analytical Solution for Electro-mechanical Behavior of Piezoelectric Rotating Shaft Reinforced by BNNTs Under Non-axisymmetric Internal Pressure
In this study, two-dimensional electro-mechanical analysis of a composite rotating shaft subjected to non-axisymmetric internal pressure and applied voltage is investigated where hollow piezoelectric shaft reinforced by boron nitride nanotubes (BNNTs). Composite structure is modeled based on piezoelectric fiber reinforced composite (PFRC) theory and a representative volume element has been considered for predicting the elastic, piezoelectric and dielectric properties of the composite rotating shaft. Distribution of radial, circumferential, shear and effective stresses and electric displacement in composite rotating shaft are determined based on Fourier series. The detailed parametric study is conducted, focusing on the remarkable effects of angular velocity, electric potential, volume fraction and orientation angle of BNNTs on the distribution of stresses. The results show that properties of the piezoelectric shaft as matrix have significant influence on the electro-mechanical stresses where the PZT-4 has less effective stresses against PVDF. Therefore, PZT-4 could be considered for improving optimum design of rotating piezoelectric shaft under electric field and non-axisymmetric mechanical loadings.
http://jsm.iau-arak.ac.ir/article_514489_650775031588f3cb22bc33b4536a1a92.pdf
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Composite rotating shaft
Micro-electro-mechanical model
Non-axisymmetric pressure
BNNTs fiber
A
Ghorbanpour Arani
aghorban@kashanu.ac.ir
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Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan---
Institute of Nanoscience & Nanotechnology, University of Kashan
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan---
Institute of Nanoscience & Nanotechnology, University of Kashan
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan---
Institute of Nanoscience & Nanotechnology, University of Kashan
LEAD_AUTHOR
E
Haghparast
true
2
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan
AUTHOR
S
Amir
true
3
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan
AUTHOR
[1] Bayat M., Saleem M., Sahari B.B., Hamouda A.M.S., Mahdi E., 2009, Mechanical and thermal stresses in a functionally graded rotating disk with variable thickness due to radially symmetry loads, International Journal of Pressure Vessels and Piping 86: 357-372.
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[2] Hojjati M.H., Jafari S., 2009, Semi-exact solution of non-uniform thickness and density rotating disks, Part II: Elastic strain hardening solution, International Journal of Pressure Vessels and Piping 86: 307-318.
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[3] Babaei M.H., Chen Z.T., 2008, Analytical solution for the electromechanical behavior of a rotating functionally graded piezoelectric hollow shaft, Archive of Applied Mechanics 78: 489-500.
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[4] Ghorbanpour Arani A., Kolahchi R., Mosallaie Barzoki A.A., 2011, Effect of material in-homogeneity on electro-thermo-mechanical behaviors of functionally graded piezoelectric rotating shaft, Applied Mathematical Modelling 35: 2771–2789.
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[5] Ghorbanpour Arani A., Shajari A.R., Amir S., Loghman A., 2013, Electro-thermo-mechanical nonlinear nonlocal vibration and instability of embedded micro-tube reinforced by BNNT conveying fluid, Physica E 44: 424-432.
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[6] Akis T., Eraslan A.N., 2006, The stress response and onset of yield of rotating FGM hollow shafts, Acta Mechanica 187: 169-187.
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[7] Ghorbanpour Arani A., Bakhtiari R., Mohammadimehr M., Mozdianfard M.R., 2011, Electro-magneto-mechanical responses of a radially polarized rotating functionally graded piezoelectric shaft, Turkish Journal of Engineering and Environmental Sciences 35: 1-12.
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[8] Atrian A., Jafari Fesharaki J., Majzoobi G.H., Sheidaee M., 2011, Effects of electric potential on thermo-mechanical behavior of functionally graded piezoelectric hollow cylinder under non-axisymmetric loads, World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology 59: 964-967.
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[9] Jafari Fesharaki J., Jafari Fesharaki V., Yazdipoor M., Razavian B., 2012, Two-dimensional solution for electro-mechanical behavior of functionally graded piezoelectric hollow cylinder, Applied Mathematical Modelling 36: 5521-5533.
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[10] Tan P., Tong L., 2001, Micro-electro-mechanics models for piezoelectric-ﬁber-reinforced composite materials, Composite Science Technology 61: 759-69.
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[11] Tan P., Tong L., 2001, Micromechanics models for nonlinear behavior of piezoelectric ﬁber reinforced composite materials, International Journal of Solids and Structures 38: 8999-9032.
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[12] Ghorbanpour Arani A., Shajari A.R., Atabakhshian V., Amir S., Loghman A., 2013, Nonlinear dynamical response of embedded fluid -conveyed micro-tube reinforced by BNNTs, Composites: Part B 44: 424-432.
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Analysis of Laminated Soft Core Sandwich Plate Having Interfacial Imperfections by an Efficient C0 FE Model
An efficient C0 continuous two dimensional (2D) finite element (FE) model is developed based on a refined higher order shear deformation theory (RHSDT) for the static analysis of soft core sandwich plate having imperfections at the layer interfaces. In this (RHSDT) theory, the in-plane displacement field for the face sheets and the core is obtained by superposing a globally varying cubic displacement field on a zig-zag linearly varying displacement field. The transverse displacement is assumed to have a quadratic variation within the core and it remains constant in the faces beyond the core. In this theory, the interfacial imperfection is represented by a liner spring-layer model. The proposed model satisfies the condition of transverse shear stress continuity at the layer interfaces and the zero transverse shear stress condition at the top and bottom of the sandwich plate. The nodal field variables are chosen in an efficient manner to circumvent the problem of C1 continuity requirement of the transverse displacements associated with the RHSDT. The proposed model is implemented to analyze the laminated composites and sandwich plates having interfacial imperfection. Many new results are also presented which should be useful for the future research.
http://jsm.iau-arak.ac.ir/article_514490_2fd814203da5b802e977cdca0961a7a1.pdf
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Composites
Finite element methods
Interfacial imperfection
Sandwich plate
Soft core
R.P
Khandelwal
ravi.iitdelhi@gmail.com
true
1
Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology
Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology
Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology
LEAD_AUTHOR
A
Chakrabarti
true
2
Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology
Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology
Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology
AUTHOR
P
Bhargava
true
3
Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology
Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology
Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology
AUTHOR
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[34] Oskooei S., Hansen J.S., 2000, Higher order finite element for sandwich plates, Journal of American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics 38(3): 525–533.
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[35] Frostig Y., Baruch M., Vinley O., Sheinman I., 1992, High-order theory for sandwich beam behaviour with transversely flexible core, Journal of Engineering Mechanics ASCE 118(5): 1026–1043.
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[46] Di Sciuva M., Gherlone M., 2003a, A global/local third-order Hermitian displacement field with damaged interfaces and transverse extensibility: analytical formulation, Composite Structures 59: 419-431.
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[47] Di Sciuva M., Gherlone M., 2003b, A global/local third-order Hermitian displacement field with damaged interfaces and transverse extensibility: FEM formulation, Composite Structures 59: 433-444.
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Closed-form Solution of Dynamic Displacement for SLGS Under Moving the Nanoparticle on Visco-Pasternak Foundation
In this paper, forced vibration analysis of a single-layered graphene sheet (SLGS) under moving a nanoparticle is carried out using the non-local elasticity theory of orthotropic plate. The SLGS under moving the nanoparticle is placed in the elastic and viscoelastic foundation which are simulated as a Pasternak and Visco-Pasternak medium, respectively. Movement of the nanoparticle is considered as a linear movement with constant velocity from an edge to another edge of graphene sheet. Using the non-linear Von Kármán strain-displacement relations and Hamilton’s principle, the governing differential equations of motion are derived. The differential equation of motion for all edges simply supported boundary condition is solved by an analytical method and therefore, the dynamic displacement of SLGS is presented as a closed-form solution of that. The influences of medium stiffness (Winkler, Pasternak and damper modulus parameter), nonlocal parameter, aspect ratio, mechanical properties of graphene sheet, time and velocity parameter on dimensionless displacement (dynamic displacement to static displacement of SLGS) are studied. The results indicate that, as the values of stiffness modulus parameter increase, the maximum dynamic displacement of SLGS decreases. Therefore, the results are in good agreement with the previous researches.
http://jsm.iau-arak.ac.ir/article_514491_63f0c9ec67fe2b173b29c18e7f8f6cf0.pdf
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Graphene sheet
Visco-Pasternak medium
, Moving nanoparticle
Closed-form solution
Non-local elasticity theory
A
Ghorbanpour Arani
aghorban@kashanu.ac.ir
true
1
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan---
Institute of Nanoscience & Nanotechnology, University of Kashan
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan---
Institute of Nanoscience & Nanotechnology, University of Kashan
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan---
Institute of Nanoscience & Nanotechnology, University of Kashan
LEAD_AUTHOR
A
Shiravand
true
2
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan
AUTHOR
S
Amir
true
3
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan
AUTHOR
[1] Sellers K., Mackay C., Bergeson L.L., Clough S.R., Hoyt M., Chen J., Henry K., Hamblen J., 2008, Nanotechnology and the Environment, CRC Press.
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[2] Reddy J.N., 2003, Mechanics of laminated composite plates and shells, CRC press LLC, New York.
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[3] Timoshenko S., 1959, Theory Of plates and shells, McGraw-Hill, Secound Edition.
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[4] Vinson J.R., 2005, Plate and Panel Structures of Isotropic, Composite and Piezoelectric Materials, Including Sandwich Construction, Springer, Netherlands.
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[6] Eringen A.C., 1983, On differential equations of nonlocal elasticity and solutions of screw dislocation and surface waves, Journal of Applied Physics 54: 4703–4710.
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[8] Eringen A.C., Edelen D.G.B., On nonlocal elasticity, International Journa ofl Engineering Science 10: 233–248.
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[9] Pradhan S.C., Phadikar J.K., 2009, Nonlocal elasticity theory for vibration of nanoplates, Journal of Sound and Vibration 325: 206-223.
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[10] Murmu T., Adhikari S., 2011, Nonlocal vibration of bonded double-nanoplate-systems, Composites Part B: Engineering 42: 1901-1911.
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[11] Murmu T., Adhikari S., 2011, Axial instability of double-nanobeam-systems, Physics Letters A 375: 601-608.
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[12] Pradhan S.C., Kumar A., 2010, Vibration analysis of orthotropic graphene sheets embedded in Pasternak elastic medium using nonlocal elasticity theory and differential quadrature method, Computational Materials Science 50: 239-245.
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[13] Ghorbanpour Arani A., Shiravand A., Rahi M., Kolahchi R., 2012, Nonlocal vibration of coupled DLGS systems embedded on Visco-Pasternak foundation, Physica B: Condensed Matter 407: 4123-4131.
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[14] Shu C., 1999, Diffrential Quadrature and its Application in Eengineering, springer.
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[15] Zong Z., Zhang Y., 2009, Advanced Diffrential Quadrature Methods, CRC Press, New York.
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[16] Kiani K., 2010, Longitudinal and transverse vibration of a single-walled carbon nanotube subjected to a moving nanoparticle accounting for both nonlocal and inertial effects, Physica E: Low-dimensional Systems and Nanostructures 42: 2391-2401.
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[17] Kiani K., 2011, Small-scale effect on the vibration of thin nanoplates subjected to a moving nanoparticle via nonlocal continuum theory, Journal of Sound and Vibration 330: 4896-4914.
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[18] Kiani K., 2011, Nonlocal continuum-based modeling of a nanoplate subjected to a moving nanoparticle. Part I: Theoretical formulations, Physica E: Low-dimensional Systems and Nanostructures 44: 229-248.
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[19] Kiani K., 2011, Nonlocal continuum-based modeling of a nanoplate subjected to a moving nanoparticle. Part II: Parametric studies, Physica E: Low-dimensional Systems and Nanostructures 44: 249-269.
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[20] Şimşek M., 2011, Nonlocal effects in the forced vibration of an elastically connected double-carbon nanotube system under a moving nanoparticle, Computational Materials Science 50: 2112-2123.
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[21] Ghorbanpour Arani A., Roudbari M.A., Amir S., 2012, Nonlocal vibration of SWBNNT embedded in bundle of CNTs under a moving nanoparticle, Physica B: Condensed Matter 407: 3646-3653.
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[22] Pradhan S.C., Kumar A., 2011, Vibration analysis of orthotropic graphene sheets using nonlocal elasticity theory and differential quadrature method, Composite Structures 93: 774-779.
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Thermo-elastic Damping in a Capacitive Micro-beam Resonator Considering Hyperbolic Heat Conduction Model and Modified Couple Stress Theory
In this paper, the quality factor of thermo-elastic damping in an electro-statically deflected micro-beam resonator has been investigated. The thermo-elastic coupled equations for the deflected micro-beam have been derived using variational and Hamilton principles based on modified couple stress theory and hyperbolic heat conduction model. The thermo-elastic damping has been obtained discretizing the governing equations over spatial domain and applying complex frequency approach. The effects of the applied bias DC voltage, playing simultaneously role of an external force and softening parameter, on the quality factor have been studied. The obtained results of the modified couple stress and classic theories are compared and the effects of the material internal length-scale parameter on the differences between results of two theories have been discussed. In addition, the effects of different parameters such as beam length and ambient temperature on the quality factor have been studied.
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Modified couple stress theory
Thermo-elastic damping
Length-scale parameter
Electrostatic force
M
Najafi
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Mechanical Engineering Department, Urmia University
Mechanical Engineering Department, Urmia University
Mechanical Engineering Department, Urmia University
AUTHOR
G
Rezazadeh
g.rezazadeh@urmia.ac.ir
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Mechanical Engineering Department, Urmia University
Mechanical Engineering Department, Urmia University
Mechanical Engineering Department, Urmia University
LEAD_AUTHOR
R
Shabani
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Mechanical Engineering Department, Urmia University
Mechanical Engineering Department, Urmia University
Mechanical Engineering Department, Urmia University
AUTHOR
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Torsional Waves in Prestressed Fiber Reinforced Medium Subjected to Magnetic Field
The propagation of torsional waves in a prestressed fiber-reinforced half-space under the effect of magnetic field and gravity has been discussed. The problem has been solved analytically using Whittaker function to obtain the exact solution frequency equations. Numerical results for stress, gravity and magnetic field are given and illustrated graphically. Comparisons are made with the results predicted by the boundary value condition for rigid boundary and for traction free boundary in the presence and in the absence of the effect of a magnetic field, gravity and stress. It is found that the reinforcement, gravity and magnetic field have great effects on the distribution.
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Magnetoelastic
Torsional waves
Initial stress
Fiber reinforced medium
Whittaker function
R
Kakar
rkakar_163@rediffmail.com
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Principal, DIPS Polytechnic College, Hoshiarpur
Principal, DIPS Polytechnic College, Hoshiarpur
Principal, DIPS Polytechnic College, Hoshiarpur
LEAD_AUTHOR
S
Kakar
true
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Faculty of Electrical Engineering, SBBSIET Padhiana Jalandhar
Faculty of Electrical Engineering, SBBSIET Padhiana Jalandhar
Faculty of Electrical Engineering, SBBSIET Padhiana Jalandhar
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Frequency Response Analysis of a Capacitive Micro-beam Resonator Considering Residual and Axial Stresses and Temperature Changes Effects
This paper presents a study on the frequency response of a capacitive micro-beam resonator under various applied stresses. The governing equation whose solution holds the answer to all our questions about the mechanical behavior is the nonlinear electrostatic equation. Due to the nonlinearity and complexity of the derived equation analytical solution are not generally available; therefore, the obtained differential equation has been solved by using a step by step linearization scheme and a Galerkin based reduced order model. The obtained static pull-in voltages have been validated by previous reports and a good agreement has been achieved. The dynamic behavior of the beam under residual, axial and thermal stresses has been investigated. It has been shown that applying the positive residual stress and negative temperature changes shifts right the frequency response and decrease the vibration amplitude and vice versa. Also, it has been shown that applying the bias DC voltage beside the exciting AC voltage decreases the stiffness of the system and so, shifts left the frequency response and increases the vibration amplitude.
http://jsm.iau-arak.ac.ir/article_514495_b334dad44e98795d7bb1e5cfc68a17c5.pdf
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MEMS
Resonator
Residual Stress
Axial stress
temperature changes
Frequency Response
S
Valilou
svalilou@iaukhoy.ac.ir
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Department of Mechanical Engineering, Khoy Branch, Islamic Azad University
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Khoy Branch, Islamic Azad University
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Khoy Branch, Islamic Azad University
LEAD_AUTHOR
M
Jalilpour
true
2
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Khoy Branch, Islamic Azad University
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Khoy Branch, Islamic Azad University
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Khoy Branch, Islamic Azad University
AUTHOR
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Analysis of Five Parameter Viscoelastic Model Under Dynamic Loading
The purpose of this paper is to analysis the viscoelastic models under dynamic loading. A five-parameter model is chosen for study exhibits elastic, viscous, and retarded elastic response to shearing stress. The viscoelastic specimen is chosen which closely approximates the actual behavior of a polymer. The module of elasticity and viscosity coefficients are assumed to be space dependent i.e. functions of in non-homogeneous case and stress-strain are harmonic functions of time The expression for relaxation time for five parameter viscoelastic model is obtained by using constitutive equation. The dispersion equation is obtained by using Ray techniques. The model is justified with the help of cyclic loading for maxima or minima.
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Shear waves
Viscoelastic media
Asymptotic method
dynamic loading
R
Kakar
rkakar_163@rediffmail.com
true
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Principal, DIPS Polytechnic College, Hoshiarpur
Principal, DIPS Polytechnic College, Hoshiarpur
Principal, DIPS Polytechnic College, Hoshiarpur
LEAD_AUTHOR
K
Kaur
true
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Faculty of Science, BMSCTE, Muktsar
Faculty of Science, BMSCTE, Muktsar
Faculty of Science, BMSCTE, Muktsar
AUTHOR
K.C
Gupta
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Faculty of Science, BMSCTE, Muktsar
Faculty of Science, BMSCTE, Muktsar
Faculty of Science, BMSCTE, Muktsar
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