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A Mathematical Formulation to Estimate the Fundamental Period of HighRise Buildings Including FlexuralShear Behavior and Structural Interaction
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The objective of the current study is to develop a simple formula to estimate the fundamental vibration period of tall buildings for using in equivalent lateral force analysis specified in building codes. The method based on SturmLiouville differential equation is presented here for estimating the fundamental period of natural vibration. The resulting equation, based on the continuum representation of tall buildings with various lateral resisting systems for natural vibration of the buildings, is proved to be the forthorder SturmLiouville differential equation, and a quick method for determining the fundamental period of natural vibration of the building is presented. Making use of the coupled wall theory for natural vibration, the method is extended to deal with vibration problem of other buildings braced by frame, walls or/and tube. The proposed formulation will allow a more consistent and accurate use of code formulae for calculating the earthquakeinduced maximum base shear in a building. Use of the method is economical with respect to both computer time and equipment and can be used to verify the results of the finite element analyses where the timeconsuming procedure of handling all the data can always be a source of errors.
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Noroozinejad Farsangi
Structural Engineering Research Center, International Institute of Earthquake Engineering and Seismology, Tehran
Structural Engineering Research Center, Internatio
Iran
ehsan.noroozinejad@gmail.com


H
Melatdoust
Multimedia University, Cyberjaya, Malaysia
Multimedia University, Cyberjaya, Malaysia
Iran


A
Bin Adnan
Civil Engineering Department, University of Technology Malaysia, Johor Bahru, Malaysia
Civil Engineering Department, University
Iran
Fundamental period
continuum
FEA
4th order sturmliouville differential equation
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A New Approach to the Study of Transverse Vibrations of a Rectangular Plate Having a Circular Central Hole
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In this study, the analysis of transverse vibrations of rectangular plate with circular central hole with different boundary conditions is studied and the natural frequencies and natural modes of a rectangular plate with circular hole have been obtained. To solve the problem, it is necessary to use both Cartesian and polar coordinate system. The complexity of the method is to apply an appropriate model, which can solve the problem of transverse vibrations of a plate. So, it has been tried that the functions of the deflection of plate, in the form of polynomial functions proportionate with finite degrees, to be replaced by Bessel function, which is used in the analysis of the vibrations of a circular plate. Then with the help of a semianalytical method and orthogonality properties of the eliminated position angle, without any need to analyze so many points on the edges of the rectangular plate, we can prevent the coefficients matrix from becoming so much large as well as the equations from becoming complicated. The above mentioned functions will lead to reducing the calculation time and simplifying the equations as well as speeding up the convergence.
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Torabi
Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan
Department of Mechanical Engineering, University
Iran
kvntrb@kashanu.ac.ir


A.R
Azadi
Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan
Department of Mechanical Engineering, University
Iran
Transverse vibration analysis
Rectangular plate
Central hole
Bessel function
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New Approach to Instability Threshold of a Simply Supported Rayleigh Shaft
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The main goal of this research is to analyse the effect of angular velocity on stability and vibration of a simply supported Rayleigh rotating shaft. To this end, nondimensional kinetic and potential energies are written while lateral vibration is considered. Finite element method is employed to discrete the formulations and Linear method is applied to analyse instability threshold of a rotating shaft. These results represent the significant effects of mass moment of inertia, centrifugal forces and rotational speed. Also, the differences between Rayleigh and EulerBernoulli modelling are delivered. Furthermore, the effect of slenderness ratio on instability threshold and the natural frequencies are illustrated. Increasing rotational speed leads to decreasing of instability threshold and forward and backward natural frequencies. These formulations can be used to choose the safe working conditions for a shaft.
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Faraji Mahyari
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Islamic Azad University, Shahre Rey Branch
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Islamic
Iran
farajimahyari@iausr.ac.ir


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Faraji Mahyari
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Islamic Azad University, Shahre Rey Branch
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Islamic
Iran


S
Fardpour
Department of Industrial Design, Islamic Azad University, Shahre Rey Branch
Department of Industrial Design, Islamic
Iran
Rayleigh rotating shaft
Stability
Vibration
Forward and backward natural frequencies
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Stress Analysis of Skew Nanocomposite Plates Based on 3D Elasticity Theory Using Differential Quadrature Method
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In this paper, a three dimensional analysis of arbitrary straightsided quadrilateral nanocomposite plates are investigated. The governing equations are based on threedimensional elasticity theory which can be used for both thin and thick nanocomposite plates. Although the equations can support all the arbitrary straightsided quadrilateral plates but as a special case, the numerical results for skew nanocomposite plates are investigated. The differential quadrature method (DQM) is used to solve these equations. In order to show the accuracy of present work, our results are compared with other numerical solution for skew plates. From the knowledge of author, it is the first time that the stress analysis of arbitrary straightsided quadrilateral nanocomposite plates is investigated. It is shown that increasing the skew angle and thickness of nanocomposite skew plate will decrease the vertical displacements. It is also noted that the thermal effects are also added in the governing equations.
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M.R
Nami
School of Mechanical Engineering, Shiraz University
School of Mechanical Engineering, Shiraz
Iran


M
Janghorban
School of Mechanical Engineering, Shiraz University
School of Mechanical Engineering, Shiraz
Iran
maziar.janghorban@gmail.com
Straightsided quadrilateral nanocomposite plates
3D elasticity theory
Differential quadrature method
Thermal environment
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Nonlinear Nonlocal Vibration of an Embedded Viscoelastic YSWCNT Conveying Viscous Fluid Under Magnetic Field Using Homotopy Analysis Method
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In the present work, effect of von Karman geometric nonlinearity on the vibration characteristics of a Yshaped single walled carbon nanotube (YSWCNT) conveying viscose fluid is investigated based on Euler Bernoulli beam (EBB) model. The YSWCNT is also subjected to a longitudinal magnetic field which produces Lorentz force in transverse direction. In order to consider the small scale effects, nonlocal elasticity theory is applied due to its simplicity and accuracy. The smallsize effects and slip boundary conditions of nanoflow are taken into account through Knudsen number (Kn). The YSWCNT is surrounded by elastic medium which is simulated as nonlinear ViscoPasternak foundation. Using energy method and Hamilton’s principle, the nonlinear governing motion equation is obtained. The governing motion equation is solved using both Galerkin procedure and Homotopy analysis method (HAM). Numerical results indicate the significant effects of the mass and velocity of the fluid flow, strength of longitudinally magnetic field, (Kn), angle between the centerline of carbon nanotube and the downstream elbows, nonlocal parameter and nonlinear ViscoPasternak elastic medium. The results of this work is hoped to be of use in design and manufacturing of nanodevices in which Yshaped nanotubes act as basic elements.
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Ghorbanpour Arani
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan
Institute of Nanoscience & Nanotechnology, University of Kashan
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University
Iran
aghorban@kashanu.ac.ir


M.Sh
Zarei
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University
Iran
Homotopy Analysis Method
Nonlinear viscopasternak foundation
Viscose fluid flow
YSWCNT
Knudsen number (Kn)
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viscousfluidconveying singlewalled carbon nanotube embedded in an elastic medium, Physica E 41:529532.##[24] Jannesari H., Emami M.D., Karimpour H., 2012, Investigating the effect of viscosity and nonlocal effects on the stability of SWCNT conveying flowing fluid using nonlinear shell model, Physics Letters A 376:11371145.##[25] Rashidi V., Mirdamadi H.R., Shirani E., 2012, A novel model for vibrations of nanotubes conveying nanoflow, Computational Materials Science 51:347352.##[26] Mirramezani M., Mirdamadi H.R., 2012, Effects of nonlocal elasticity and Knudsen number on fluid–structure interaction in carbon nanotube conveying fluid, Physica E 44:20052015.##[27] Lei X.W., Natsuki T., Shi J.X., Ni Q.Q., 2012, Surface effects on the vibrational frequency of doublewalled carbon nanotubes using the nonlocal Timoshenko beam model, Composites Part B 43:6469.##[28] Ashgharifard Sharabiani P., Haeri Yazdi M.R., 2013, Nonlinear free vibrations of functionally graded nanobeams with surface 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Inplane Band Gaps in a Periodic Plate with Piezoelectric Patches
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A plate periodically bonded with piezoelectric patches on its surfaces is considered. The differential quadrature element method is used to solve the wave motion equation for the twodimensional periodic structure. The method is very simple and easy to implement. Based on the method, band structures for inplane wave propagating in the periodic piezoelectric plate are studied, from which the frequency band gap is then obtained. Parametric studies are also performed to highlight geometrical and physical parameters on the band gaps. It is found that the thickness of the piezoelectric patches have no effect on the upper bound frequency of the band gap. Physical mechanism is explained for the phenomena. Dynamic simulations are finally conducted to show how the band gap works for a finite quasiperiodic plate. Numerical results show that the vibration in periodic plates can be dramatically attenuated when the exciting frequency falls into the band gap.
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H.J
Xiang
School of Civil Engineering, Beijing Jiaotong University
School of Civil Engineering, Beijing Jiaotong
Iran
hjxiang@bjtu.edu.cn


Z.B
Cheng
School of Civil Engineering, Beijing Jiaotong University
School of Civil Engineering, Beijing Jiaotong
Iran


Z.F
Shi
School of Civil Engineering, Beijing Jiaotong University
School of Civil Engineering, Beijing Jiaotong
Iran


X.Y
Yu
School of Civil Engineering, Beijing Jiaotong University
School of Civil Engineering, Beijing Jiaotong
Iran
Band gap
Piezoelectric
Differential quadrature element method
Periodic materials
Plate
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Numerical Simulation of SemiElliptical Axial Crack in Pipe Bend Using XFEM
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In this work, XFEM is employed to obtain the stress intensity factors (SIFs) of a semi elliptical part through thickness axial crack. In XFEM, additional functions are employed to enrich the displacement approximation using partition of unity approach. Level set functions are approximated using higher order shape functions in the crack front elements to ensure the accurate modeling of the crack. The axial crack is placed either on the inner or the outer surface in an internally pressurized pipe bend. The SIFs are extracted from XFEM solution by domain type interaction integral approach for a wide range of geometry parameters like bend radius ratio, cross sectional radius ratio and relative crack length. The results obtained by XFEM approach are compared with those obtained by FEM. These simulations show that the orientation and type of crack in pipe bend has a significant effect on the SIF.
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K
Sharma
Reactor Structures Section, Reactor Safety Division, BARC, Mumbai, India
Reactor Structures Section, Reactor Safety
Iran
kunal_nit90@rediffmail.com


I.V
Singh
Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineerin
Iran
ivsingh@gmail.com


B.K
Mishra
Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineerin
Iran


S.K
Maurya
Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineerin
Iran
Elliptical cracks
Pipe bend
SIFs
XFEM
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Reflection of Waves in a Rotating Transversely Isotropic Thermoelastic Halfspace Under Initial Stress
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The present paper concerns with the effect of initial stress on the propagation of plane waves in a rotating transversely isotropic medium in the context of thermoelasticity theory of GN theory of typeII and III. After solving the governing equations, three waves propagating in the medium are obtained. The fastest among them is a quasilongitudinal wave. The slowest of them is a thermal wave. The remaining is called quasitransverse wave. The prefix ‘quasi’ refers to their polarizations being nearly, but not exactly, parallel or perpendicular to the direction of propagation. The polarizations of these three waves are not mutually orthogonal. After imposing the appropriate boundary conditions, the amplitudes of reflection coefficients have been obtained. Numerically, simulated results have been plotted graphically with respect to frequency to evince the effect of initial stress and anisotropy.
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R.R
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Department of CS & IT Mazoon University College, Muscat, Oman
Department of CS & IT Mazoon University
Iran
raji.mmec@gmail.com


R.R.
Gupta
Department of Mathematics, MEC, Muscat, Oman
Department of Mathematics, MEC, Muscat, Oman
Iran
Rotation
Amplitude ratios
Initial stress
Thermoelasticity
Reflection
Plane wave
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