ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Nonlocal Vibration of Y-SWCNT Conveying Fluid Considering a General Nonlocal Elastic Medium
In this paper, a nonlocal foundation model is proposed to analyze the vibration and instability of a Y-shaped single-walled carbon nanotube (Y-SWCNT) conveying fluid. In order to achieve more accurate results, fourth order beam theory is utilized to obtain strain-displacement relations. For the first time, a nonlocal model is presented based on nonlocal elasticity and the effects of nonlocal forces from adjacent and non-adjacent elements on deflection are considered. The Eringen’s theory is utilized due to its capability to consider the size effect. Based on Hamilton’s principle, motion equations as well as boundary conditions are derived and solved by means of hybrid analytical-numerical method. It is believed that the presented general foundation model offers an exact and effective new approach to investigate vibration characteristics of this kind of structures embedded in an elastic medium. The results of this investigation may provide a useful reference in controlling systems in nano-scale.
http://jsm.iau-arak.ac.ir/article_523170_94e22c1a203fa0c468f8cb90d913e77e.pdf
2016-06-30
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Y-SWCNT
Nonlocal foundation model
Nonlocal elasticity theory
Fourth order beam theory
Hamilton’s principle
A.H
Ghobanpour Arani
1
School of Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran
AUTHOR
A
Rastgoo
2
School of Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran
AUTHOR
A
Ghorbanpour Arani
aghorban@kashanu.ac.ir
3
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan, Kashan, Iran-- Institute of Nanoscience& Nanotechnology, University of Kashan, Kashan, Iran
LEAD_AUTHOR
M. Sh.
Zarei
4
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan, Kashan, Iran
AUTHOR
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[10] Filiz S., Aydogdu M., 2010, Axial vibration of carbon nanotube heterojunctions using nonlocal elasticity, Computational Materials Science 49: 619-627.
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[11] Avramidis I. E., Morfidis K., 2006, Bending of beams on three-parameter elastic foundation, International Journal of Solids and Structures 43: 357-375.
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[14] Shen H. S., 2011, A novel technique for nonlinear analysis of beams on two-parameter elastic foundations, International Journal of Structural Stability and Dynamics 11: 999-1014.
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[15] Ghorbanpour Arani A., Shajari A. R., Amir S., Loghman A., 2012, Electro-thermo-mechanical nonlinear nonlocal vibration and instability of embedded micro-tube reinforced by BNNT, conveying fluid, Physica E: Low-Dimensional Systems and Nanostructures 45: 109-121.
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[18] Ghorbanpour Arani A., Zarei M. S., Amir S., Khoddami Maraghi Z., 2013, Nonlinear nonlocal vibration of embedded DWCNT conveying fluid using shell model, Physica B: Condensed Matter 410: 188-196.
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[22] Khodami Maraghi Z.,Ghorbanpour Arani A., Kolahchi R., Amir S., Bagheri M. R., 2013, Nonlocal vibration and instability of embedded DWBNNT conveying viscose fluid, Composites Part B: Engineering 45: 423-432.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Dynamics Analysis of the Steady and Transient States of a Nonlinear Piezoelectric Beam by a Finite Element Method
This paper presents a finite element formulation for the dynamics analysis of the steady and transient states of a nonlinear piezoelectric beam. A piezoelectric beam with damping is studied under harmonic excitation. A numerical method is used for this analysis. In the paper, the central difference formula of four order is used and compared with the central difference formula of two order in the time response of the structure. The NPBDA program is developed with Matlab software. In this program, the Newmark technique for dynamic analysis is used, the Newton-Raphson iterative and Simpson methods are used for the nonlinear solution. To verify the NPBDA results, the experimental results of Malatkar are used for the nonlinear vibration analysis of a beam without piezoelectric properties. Then, the piezoelectric effect on the frequency mode values and the time response are obtained. Afterwards, the modulation frequency in the nonlinear beam and the piezoelectric effect in this parameter are verified.
http://jsm.iau-arak.ac.ir/article_523171_9063616bd94c21eebfa4debddf26fc0b.pdf
2016-06-30
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261
Piezoelectric beam
Nonlinear function
Dynamic Behavior
Transient
Steady state
Finite Element
M
Jabbari
1
Mechanical Engineering Department , Isfahan University of Technology
AUTHOR
M
Ghayour
ghayour@cc.iut.ac.ir
2
Mechanical Engineering Department , Isfahan University of Technology
LEAD_AUTHOR
H.R
Mirdamadi
3
Mechanical Engineering Department , Isfahan University of Technology
AUTHOR
[1] Ha S.K., Keilers C., Chang F.K., 1992, Finite element analysis of composite structures containing distributed piezoceramic sensors and actuators, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics 30:780-772.
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[2] Crawley E.F., Lazarus K.B., 1991, Induced strain actuation of isotropic and anisotropic plates, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics 29: 951-944.
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[3] Rao S.S., Sunar M., 1993, analysis of distributed thermo piezoelectric sensors and actuators in advanced intelligent structures, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics 31:1286-1280.
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[4] Mindlin R.D., 1974, Equations of high frequency vibrations of thermo piezoelectric crystal plates, International Journal of Solids Structure 10:637-625.
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[5] Moetakef M.A., Lawrence K.L., Joshi S.P., Shiakolas P.S., 1995, Closed-Form expressions for higher order electro elastic tetrahedral elements, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics 33:142-136.
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[6] Moetakef M.A., Joshi S.P., Lawrence K.L., 1996, Elastic wave generation by piezoceramic patches, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics 34:2117-2110.
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[7] Suleman A., Goncalves M.A., 1995, Optimization issues in application of piezoelectric actuators in panel flutter control, IDMEC-Instituto Superior Tecnico, Departamento de Engenharia Mecanica 1096 Codex.
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[8] Suleman A., Venkayya V.B., 1995, Flutter control of an adaptive laminated composite panel with piezoelectric layers, IDMEC-Instituto Superior Tecnico, Departamento de Engenharia Mecanica 1096 Codex.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
The Effect of Elastic Foundations on the Buckling Behavior of Functionally Graded Carbon Nanotube-Reinforced Composite Plates in Thermal Environments Using a Meshfree Method
The buckling behavior of functionally graded carbon nanotube-reinforced composite (FG-CNTRC) plates resting on Winkler-Pasternak elastic foundations under in-plane loads for various temperatures is investigated using element-free Galerkin (EFG) method based on first-order shear deformation theory (FSDT). The modified shear correction factor is used based on energy equivalence principle. Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) are embedded in polymer matrix and distributed in four types of arrangements. The temperature-dependent material properties of an FG-CNTRC plate are assumed to be graded along the thickness direction of the plate and estimated through a micromechanical model based on the extended rule of mixture. Full transformation approach is employed to enforce essential boundary conditions. The modified shear correction factor is utilized based on energy equivalence principle involving the actual non-uniform shear stress distribution through the thickness of the FG-CNTRC plate. The accuracy and convergency of the EFG method is established by comparing the obtained results with available literature. Moreover, the effects of elastic foundation parameters are investigated for various boundary conditions, temperatures, plate width-to-thickness and aspect ratios, and CNT distributions and volume fractions. Detailed parametric studies demonstrate that the elastic foundation parameters, CNT distributions along the thickness direction of the plate and the temperature change have noticeable effects on buckling behavior of carbon nanotube-reinforced composite (CNTRC) plates.
http://jsm.iau-arak.ac.ir/article_523180_010227a6e679ecafbb486ccb472e1746.pdf
2016-06-30
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Buckling
Composite plate
Carbon nanotubes
Elastic foundation
Meshfree method
First-order shear deformation theory
Sh
Shams
1
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan
AUTHOR
B
Soltani
bsoltani@kashanu.ac.ir
2
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan
LEAD_AUTHOR
M
Memar Ardestani
3
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan
AUTHOR
[1] Alibeigloo A., Liew K. M., 2013, Thermoelastic analysis of functionally graded carbon nanotube-reinforced composite plate using theory of elasticity, Composite Structures 106: 873-881.
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[5] Esawi A. M., Farag M. M., 2007, Carbon nanotube reinforced composites: potential and current challenges, Materials & Design 28: 2394-2401.
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[6] Fidelus J. D., Wiesel E., Gojny F. H., Schulte K., Wagner H. D., 2005, Thermo-mechanical properties of randomly oriented carbon/epoxy nanocomposites, Composites Part A 36:1555-1561.
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[7] Han J. B., Liew K. M., 1997, Numerical differential quadrature method for Reissner/Mindlin plates on two-parameter foundations, International Journal of Mechanical Sciences 39(9): 977-989.
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[8] Han Y., Elliott J., 2007, Molecular dynamics simulations of the elastic properties of polymer/carbon nanotube composites, Computational Materials Science 39: 319-323.
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[10] Huang Z. Y., Lü C. F., Chen W. Q., 2008, Benchmark solutions for functionally graded thick plates resting on Winkler–Pasternak elastic foundations, Composite Structures 85(2): 95-104.
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[11] Valter B., Ram M.K., Nicolini C., 2002, Synthesis of multiwalled carbon nanotubes and poly (o-anisidine) nanocomposite material: Fabrication and characterization of its Langmuir-Schaefer films, Langmuir 18(5):1535-1541.
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[14] Shen H. S., 2009, Nonlinear bending of functionally graded carbon nanotube-reinforced composite plates in thermal environments, Composite Structures 91(1): 9-19.
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[15] Zhu P., Lei Z. X., Liew K. M., 2012, Static and free vibration analyses of carbon nanotube-reinforced composite plates using finite element method with first order shear deformation plate theory, Composite Structures 94(4): 1450-1460.
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[17] Alibeigloo A., Liew K.M., 2013, Thermoelastic analysis of functionally graded carbon nanotube-reinforced composite plate using theory of elasticity, Composite Structures 106: 873-881.
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[18] Moradi-Dastjerdi R., Foroutan M., Pourasghar A., Sotoudeh-Bahreini R., 2013, Static analysis of functionally graded carbon nanotube-reinforced composite cylinders by a mesh-free method, Journal of Reinforced Plastic and Composites 32(9): 593-601.
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[20] Lei X. Z., Liew K. M., Yu J. L., 2013, Buckling analysis of functionally graded carbon nanotube-reinforced composite plates using the element-free kp-Ritz method, Composite Structures 98: 160-168.
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[21] Shen H. S., Xiang Y., 2014, Nonlinear vibration of nanotube-reinforced composite cylindrical panels resting on elastic foundations in thermal environments, Composite Structures 111: 291-300.
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[33] Memar Ardestani M., Soltani B., Shams Sh., 2014, Analysis of functionally graded stiffened plates based on FSDT utilizing reproducing kernel particle method, Composite Structures 112: 231-240.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Bending Analysis of Composite Sandwich Plates with Laminated Face Sheets: New Finite Element Formulation
The bending behavior of composites sandwich plates with multi-layered laminated face sheets has been investigated, using a new four-nodded rectangular finite element formulation based on a layer-wise theory. Both, first order and higher-order shear deformation; theories are used in order to model the face sheets and the core, respectively. Unlike any other layer-wise theory, the number of degrees of freedom in this present model is independent of the number of layers. The compatibility conditions as well as the displacement continuity at the interface ‘face sheets–core’ are satisfied. In the proposed model, the three translation components are common for the all sandwich layers, and are located at the mid-plane of the sandwich plate. The obtained results show that the developed model is able to give accurate transverse shear stresses directly from the constitutive equations. Moreover, a parametric study was also conducted to investigate the effect of certain characteristic parameters (core thickness to total thickness ratio, side-to-thickness ratio, boundary conditions, plate aspect ratio, core-to-face sheet anisotropy ratio, core shear modulus to the flexural modulus ratio and degree of orthotropy of the face sheet) on the transverse displacement variation. The numerical results obtained by our model are compared favorably with those obtained via analytical solution and numerical/experimental, results obtained by other models. The results obtained from this investigation will be useful for a more comprehensive understanding of the behavior of sandwich laminates.
http://jsm.iau-arak.ac.ir/article_523182_7dd768ee841ad8af2a87c94aa90e7579.pdf
2016-06-30
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299
Layer-wise
Finite Element
Sandwich plates
Bending
M.O
Belarbi
mo.belarbi@univ-biskra.dz
1
Laboratoire de Génie Energétique et Matériaux, LGEM. Université de Biskra, B.P. 145, R.P. 07000
LEAD_AUTHOR
A
Tati
2
Laboratoire de Génie Energétique et Matériaux, LGEM. Université de Biskra, B.P. 145, R.P. 07000
AUTHOR
[1] Khandelwal R., Chakrabarti A., Bhargava P., 2013, An efficient FE model based on combined theory for the analysis of soft core sandwich plate, Computational Mechanics 51(5): 673-697.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Smart Vibration Control of Magnetostrictive Nano-Plate Using Nonlocal Continuum Theory
In this research, a control feedback system is used to study the free vibration response of rectangular plate made of magnetostrictive material (MsM) for the first time. A new trigonometric higher order shear deformation plate theory are utilized and the results of them are compared with two theories in order to clarify their accuracy and errors. Pasternak foundation is selected to modelling of elastic medium due to considering both normal and shears modulus. Also in-plane forces are uniformly applied on magnetostrictive nano-plate (MsNP) in x and y directions. Nonlocal motion equations are derived using Hamilton’s principle and solved by differential quadrature method (DQM) considering different boundary conditions. Results indicate the effect of various parameters such as aspect ratio, thickness ratio, elastic medium, compression and tension loads and small scale effect on vibration behaviour of MsNP especially the controller effect of velocity feedback gain to minimizing the frequency. These finding can be used to active noise and vibration cancellation systems in micro and nano smart structures.
http://jsm.iau-arak.ac.ir/article_523183_888e8a20b094d2fba208663061de517b.pdf
2016-06-30
300
314
Free vibration
Magnetostrictive rectangular nano-plate
A new trigonometric/tangential shear deformation theory
Control feedback system
A
Ghorbanpour Arani
aghorban@kashanu.ac.ir
1
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan--Institute of Nanoscience& Nanotechnology, University of Kashan
LEAD_AUTHOR
Z
Khoddami Maraghi
2
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan
AUTHOR
H
Khani Arani
3
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan
AUTHOR
[1] Liu J.P., Fullerton E., Gutfleisch O., Sellmyer D.J., 2009, Nanoscale Magnetic Materials and Applications, Springer Publisher, New York.
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[2] Hong C.C., 2013, Application of a magnetostrictive actuator, Materials and Design 46: 617-621.
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[3] Aboudi J., Zheng X., Jin K., 2014, Micromechanics of magnetostrictive composites, International Journal of Engineering Science 81: 82-99.
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[4] Radic N., Jeremic D., Trifkovic S., Milutinovic M., 2014, Buckling analysis of double-orthotropic nanoplates embedded in Pasternak elastic medium using nonlocal elasticity theory, Composites Part B 61: 162-171.
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[5] Li Y.S., Cai Z.Y., Shi S.Y., 2014, Buckling and free vibration of magnetoelectroelastic nanoplate based on nonlocal theory, Composite Structures 111: 522-529.
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[6] Kiani K., 2014, Free vibration of conducting nanoplates exposed to unidirectional in-plane magnetic fields using nonlocal shear deformable plate theories, Physica E 57: 179-192.
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[7] Jia Z.Y., Liu H.F., Wang F.J., Liu W., Ge C.Y., 2011, A novel magnetostrictive static force sensor based on the giant magnetostrictive material, Measurement 44: 88-95.
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[8] Aboudi J., Zheng X., Jin K., 2014, Micromechanics of magnetostrictive composites, International Journal of Engineering Science 81: 82-99.
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[9] 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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[10] 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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[13] Zenkour A.M., Sobhy M., 2013, Nonlocal elasticity theory for thermal buckling of nanoplates lying on Winkler–Pasternak elastic substrate medium, Physica E 53: 251-259.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Analysis of the Fracture of a Turbine Blade
The cause of crack initiation turbine blade had initially cracked by a fatigue mechanism over a period of time and then fractured by the overload at the last moment. Experimental procedure consists of macroscopic inspection, material veriﬁcation, microscopic examination, and metallographic analysis and finally FE. And for these procedures, some specimens were prepared from a fractured blade. Using ICP and energy dispersive X-ray ﬂuorescence, the chemical composition of the blade was carefully analyzed. The segregated area of Ti and Mo, caused generally by inappropriate manufacturing process, is found by the microstructure and EDX analysis of the blade. The fracture blade which installed on the third stage rotor of the turbojet was fractured at about 6 cm distance from the hub of proposed blade. The non-linear finite element method (FEM) was utilized in order to define the stress state of the disc or blade segment under operating conditions. High stress zones were found at the region of the lower fir-tree slot, where the failure occurred. A computation were also achieved with excessive rotational speed. The aim of this study is devoted to the mechanisms of damage of the turbine disc, and furthermore the critical high stress areas.
http://jsm.iau-arak.ac.ir/article_523184_a454b655b64b0be1c535326c04ed0365.pdf
2016-06-30
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325
Fatigue
Creep
Turbine blade
FEA
Fracture
X-ray ﬂuorescence
A.R
Shourangiz Haghighi
1
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Jahrom University
AUTHOR
S
Rahmanian
2
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Jahrom University
AUTHOR
A
Shamsabadi
alishamsabadi@ymail.com
3
College of Engineering, Shiraz Branch, Islamic Azad University
LEAD_AUTHOR
A
zare
4
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Shiraz University
AUTHOR
I
Zare
5
College of Engineering, Shiraz Branch, Islamic Azad University
AUTHOR
[1] Lucjan W., 2006, Failure analysis of turbine disc of an aero engine, Engineering Failure Analysis 13: 9-17.
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[4] Meguid S.A., Kanth P.S., Czekanski A., 2000, Finite element analysis of fir-tree region in turbine disc, Finite Elements in Analysis and Design 35:305-317.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Application of the GTN Model in Ductile Fracture Prediction of 7075-T651 Aluminum Alloy
In this paper the capability of Gurson-Tvergaard-Needleman (GTN) model in the prediction of ductile damage in 7075-T651 aluminum alloy is investigated. For this purpose, three types of specimens were tested: Standard tensile bars, Round notched bar (RNB) specimens and compact tension (C(T)) specimens. Standard tensile bar tests were used to obtain the mechanical properties of the material and to calibrate the independent parameters of GTN model. RNB and C(T) specimen test results were used for validation of the calibrated parameters. Finite element analyses were carried out using ABAQUS commercial software for two purposes; calibration of the GTN model parameters and validation of the model predictions. The comparison between the finite element analyses and the test results suggested that the GTN model is capable of damage prediction in notched specimens, but not a good in cracked specimens. Finally, To show the applicability of the model in industry-level problems, the model is used for damage predictions of internal pressure vessels made of 7075-t651 aluminum alloy.
http://jsm.iau-arak.ac.ir/article_523185_9df1ac81d55c4d703193e9c84addfe95.pdf
2016-06-30
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333
Ductile fracture
GTN model
Calibrated parameters
7075-T651 aluminum alloy
S.F
Hosseini
1
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad
AUTHOR
S
Hadidi-Moud
hadidi@um.ac.ir
2
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad
LEAD_AUTHOR
[1] Jordon J. B., 2009, Damage characterization and modeling of a 7075-T651 aluminum plate, Materials Science and Engineering 527: 169-178.
1
[2] Fabregue D., Pardoen T., 2008, A constitutive model for elastoplastic solids and secondary voids, Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 56: 719-741.
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[3] Tvergaard V., Needlemann A., 1984, Analysis of the cup-cone fracture in a round tensile bar, Acta Metallurgica 32: 57-69.
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[4] Chang-Kyun O., 2007, A phenomenological model of ductile fracture for API X65 steel, Internatinal Journal of Mechanical Science 49: 1399-1412.
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[5] Acharyya S., Dhar S., 1999, A complete GTN model for prediction of ductile failure of pipe, Journal of Materials Science 43: 1897-1909.
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[6] Chiluverin S., 2007, Computational Modeling of Crack Initiation in Cross-roll Piercing, MSc Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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[7] Benseddiq N., Imad A., 2008, A ductile fracture analysis using a local damage model, International Journal of Pressure Vessels and Piping 85: 219-227.
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[12] He M., Li F., Wang Z., 2011, Forming limit stress diagram prediction of aluminum alloy 5052 based on GTN model parameters determined by in situ tensile test, Chinese Journal of Aeronautics 24: 378-386.
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[13] Li X., Song N., Guo G., 2012, Experimental measurement and theoretical prediction of forming limit curve for aluminum alloy 2B06, Transactions of Nonferrous Metals Society of China 22: 335-342.
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[14] Teng B., Wang W., Liu Y., Yuan S., 2014, Bursting prediction of hydroforming aluminum alloy tube based on Gurson-Tvergaard-Needleman damage model, Procedia Engineering 81: 2211- 2216.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Semi-Analytical Solution for Free Vibration Analysis of Thick Laminated Curved Panels with Power-Law Distribution FG Layers and Finite Length Via Two-Dimensional GDQ Method
This paper deals with free vibration analysis of thick Laminated curved panels with finite length, based on the three-dimensional elasticity theory. Because of using two-dimensional generalized differential quadrature method, the present approach makes possible vibration analysis of cylindrical panels with two opposite axial edges simply supported and arbitrary boundary conditions including Free, Simply supported and Clamped at the curved edges. The material properties vary continuously through the layers thickness according to a three-parameter power-low distribution. It is assumed that the inner surfaces of the FG sheets are metal rich while the outer surfaces of the layers can be metal rich, ceramic rich or made of a mixture of two constituents. The benefit of using the considered power-law distribution is to illustrate and present useful results arising from symmetric and asymmetric profiles. The effects of geometrical and material parameters together with the boundary conditions on the frequency parameters of the laminated FG panels are investigated. The obtained results show that the outer FGM Layers have significant effects on the vibration behavior of cylindrical panels. This study serves as a benchmark for assessing the validity of numerical methods or two-dimensional theories used to analysis of laminated curved panels.
http://jsm.iau-arak.ac.ir/article_523186_d0961136322588f29579d553c698ee39.pdf
2016-06-30
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347
Semi-analytical solution
FG laminated structures
Finite length curved panels
Vibration analysis
Three-parameter power-low distribution
V
Tahouneh
1
Young Researchers and Elite Club, Islamshahr Branch, Islamic Azad University
AUTHOR
M.H
Naei
mhnaei@ut.ac.ir
2
School of Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering, University of Tehran
LEAD_AUTHOR
[1] Abrate S., 1998, Impact on Composite Structures, Cambridge UK, Cambridge University Press.
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[2] Viola E., Tornabene F., 2009, Free vibrations of three-parameter functionally graded parabolic panels of revolution, Mechanics Research Communications 36: 587-594.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
On the Analysis of FGM Beams: FEM with Innovative Element
This paper aims at presenting a new efficient element for free vibration and instability analysis of Axially Functionally Graded Materials (FGMs) non-prismatic beams using Finite Element Method (FEM). Using concept of Basic Displacement Functions (BDFs), two- node element extends to three-node element for obtaining much more exact results using FEM. First, BDFs are introduced and computed using energy method such as unit-dummy load method. Afterward, new efficient shape functions are developed in terms of BDFs during the procedure based on the mechanical behavior of the element in which presented shape functions benefit generality and accuracy from stiffness and force method, respectively. Finally, deriving structural matrices of the beam with respect to new shape functions; free vibration and instability analysis of the FGM beam are studied using finite element method for all types of AFGM beams and the convergence of FEM has been studied. The results from both free vibration and instability analysis are in perfect agreement with those of previously published.
http://jsm.iau-arak.ac.ir/article_523188_78634512c219f68c2540994f5daea5b7.pdf
2016-06-30
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364
Axially functionally graded materials (AFGM)
Finite element method (FEM)
Basic displacement functions (BDFs)
Free vibration
Instability analysis
M
Zakeri
mohammad_zakeri@ut.ac.ir
1
School of Civil Engineering, College of Engineering, University of Tehran
LEAD_AUTHOR
A
Modarakar Haghighi
2
School of Civil Engineering, College of Engineering, University of Tehran----Centre of Numerical Methods in Engineering, University of Tehran
AUTHOR
R
Attarnejad
3
School of Civil Engineering, College of Engineering, University of Tehran
AUTHOR
[1] Chakraborty A., Gopalakrishnan S., Reddy J.N., 2003, A new beam finite element for the analysis of functionally graded materials, International Journal of Mechanical Sciences 45(3): 519-539.
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[2] Carrera E., Brischetto S., Robaldo A., 2008, Variable kinematic model for the analysis of functionally graded material plates, AIAA Journal 46(1): 194-203.
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[3] Giunta G., Belouettar S., Carrera E., 2010, Analysis of FGM beams by means of classical and advanced theories, Mechanics of Advanced Materials and Structures 17(8): 622-635.
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[4] Şimşek M., 2010, Vibration analysis of a functionally graded beam under a moving mass by using different beam theories, Composite Structures 92(4): 904-917.
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[5] Elishakoff I., Becquet R., 2000, Closed-form solutions for natural frequencies for inhomogeneous beams with one sliding support and the other clamped, Journal of Sound and Vibration 238: 540-546.
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[6] Calio I., Elishakoff I., 2005, Closed-form solutions for axially graded beam-columns, Journal of Sound and Vibration 280: 1083-1094.
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[7] Bequet R., Elishakoff I., 2001, Class of analytical closed-form polynomial solutions for clamped-guided inhomogeneous beams, Chaos, Solitons & Fractals 12: 1657-1678.
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[8] Calio I., Elishakoff I., 2004, Closed-form trigonometric solutions for inhomogeneous beam-columns on elastic foundation, International Journal of Structural Stability and Dynamics 4(1):139-146.
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[9] Elishakoff I., Candan S., 2001, Apparently first closed-form solution for vibrating inhomogeneous beams, International Journal of Solids and Structures 38(19): 3411-3441.
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[10] Calio I., Elishakoff I., 2004, Can a trigonometric function serve both as the vibration and the buckling mode of an axially graded structure, Mechanics Based Design of Structures and Machines 32(4): 401-421.
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[11] Elishakoff I., 2001, Inverse buckling problem for inhomogeneous columns, International Journal of Solids and Structures 38(3):457-464.
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[12] Elishakoff I., Becquet R., 2000, Closed-form solutions for natural frequencies for inhomogeneous beams with one sliding support and the other pinned, Journal of Sound and Vibration 238: 529-553.
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[13] Becquet R., Elishakoff I., 2001, Class of analytical closed-form polynomial solutions for guided-pinned inhomogeneous beams, Chaos, Solitons & Fractals 12(8): 1509-1534.
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[14] Guede Z., Elishakoff I., 2001, Apparently the first closed-form solution for inhomogeneous vibrating beams under axial loading, Proceedings of the Royal Society A 457(2007): 623-649.
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[15] Elishakoff I., Guede Z., 2001, A remarkable nature of the effect of boundary conditions on closed-form solutions for vibrating inhomogeneous Euler-Bernoulli beams, Chaos, Solitons & Fractals 12: 659-704.
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[16] Elishakoff I., 2001, Euler’s problem revisited: 222 years later, Meccanica 36: 265-272.
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[17] Elishakoff I., Guede Z., 2001, Novel closed-form solutions in buckling of inhomogeneous columns under distributed variable loading, Chaos, Solitons & Fractals 12(6): 1075-1089.
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[18] Elishakoff I., Johnson V., 2005, Apparently the first closed-form solution of vibrating inhomogeneous beam with a tip mass, Journal of Sound and Vibration 286: 1057-1066.
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[19] Elishakoff I., Pentaras D., 2006, Apparently the first closed-form solution of inhomogeneous elastically restrained vibrating beams, Journal of Sound and Vibration 298(1-2): 439-445.
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[20] Wu L., Wang Q.S., Elishakoff I., 2005, Semi-inverse for axially functionally graded beams with an anti-symmetric vibration mode, Journal of Sound and Vibration 284(3-5): 1190-1202.
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[21] Elishakoff I., Perez A., 2005, Design of a polynomially inhomogeneous bar with a tip mass for specied mode shape and natural frequency, Journal of Sound and Vibration 287(4-5): 1004-1012.
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[22] Elishakoff I., 2001, Some unexpected results in vibration of nonhomogeneous beams on elastic foundation, Chaos, Solitons & Fractals 12(12): 2177-2218.
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[23] Guede Z., Elishakoff I., 2001, A fifth-order polynomial that serves as both buckling and vibration mode of an inhomogeneous structure, Chaos, Solitons & Fractals 12(7): 1267-1298.
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[24] Elishakoff I., Guede Z., 2004, Analytical polynomial solutions for vibrating axially graded beams, Mechanics of Advanced Materials and Structures 11(6): 517-533.
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[25] Huang Y., Li X.F.A., 2010, New approach for free vibration of axially functionally graded beams with non-uniform cross-section, Journal of Sound and Vibration 329(11): 2291-2303.
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[26] Alshorbagy A.E., Eltaher M.A., Mahmoud F.F., 2011, Free vibration characteristics of a functionally graded beam by finite element method, Applied Mathematical Modelling 35(1): 412-425.
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[27] Singh K.V., Li G., 2009, Buckling of functionally graded and elastically restrained non-uniform columns, Composites Part B 40(5): 393-403.
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[28] Shahba A., Rajasekaran S., 2012, Free vibration and stability of tapered Euler–Bernoulli beams made of axially functionally graded materials, Applied Mathematical Modelling 36(7): 3094-3111.
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[29] Shahba A., Attarnejad R., Hajilar S., 2013, A mechanical-based solution for axially functionally graded tapered euler-bernoulli beams, Mechanics of Advanced Materials and Structures 20: 696-707.
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[30] Zarrinzadeh H., Attarnejad R., Shahba A., 2012, Free vibration of rotating axially functionally graded tapered beams, Proceedings of The Institution of Mechanical Engineers Part G-journal of Aerospace Engineering 226: 363-379.
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[31] Shahba A., Attarnejad R., Zarrinzadeh H., 2013, Free Vibration Analysis of Centrifugally Stiffened Tapered Functionally Graded Beams, Mechanics of Advanced Materials and Structures 20(5): 331-338.
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[32] Shahba A., Attarnejad R., TavanaieMarvi M., Hajilar S., 2011, Free vibration and stability analysis of axially functionally graded tapered Timoshenko beams with classical and non-classical boundary conditions, Composites Part B 42(4): 801-808.
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[33] Shahba A., Attarnejad R., Hajilara S., 2011, Free vibration and stability of axially functionally graded tapered Euler-Bernoulli beams, Shock and Vibration 18(5): 683-696.
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[34] Attarnejad R., 2010, Basic displacement functions in analysis of nonprismatic beams, Engineering with Computers 27(6): 733-745.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Rayleigh Wave in an Incompressible Fibre-Reinforced Elastic Solid Half-Space
In this paper, the equation of motion for an incompressible transversely isotropic fibre-reinforced elastic solid is derived in terms of a scalar function. The general solution of the equation of motion is obtained, which satisfies the required radiation condition. The appropriate traction free boundary conditions are also satisfied by the solution to obtain the required secular equation for the Rayleigh wave speed. Iteration method is used to compute the numerical values of non-dimensional speed of Rayleigh wave. The dependence of the non-dimensional wave speed on non-dimensional material parameter is illustrated graphically. Effect of transverse isotropy is observed on the Rayleigh wave speed.
http://jsm.iau-arak.ac.ir/article_523190_b9bb080e7cd03d2f100af90103cd0cfe.pdf
2016-06-30
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371
Rayleigh wave
Fibre-reinforced
Incompressibility
Transverse isotropy
B
Singh
bsinghgc11@gmail.com
1
Department of Mathematics, Post Graduate Government College, Sector-11, Chandigarh - 160 011, India
LEAD_AUTHOR
[1] Anderson D.L., 1961, Elastic wave propagation in layered anisotropic media , Journal of Geophysical Research 66: 2953-2963.
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[2] Belfield A. J., Rogers T. G., Spencer A.J.M., 1983, Stress in elastic plates reinforced by bres lying in concentric circles , Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 31: 25-54.
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[3] Bose S.K., Mal A.K., 1974, Elastic waves in a fiber reinforced composite , Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 22: 217-229.
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[4] Chadwick P., Smith G.D., 1977, Foundations of the theory of surface waves in anisotropic elastic materials, Advances in Applied Mechanics 17: 303-376.
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[7] Destrade M., 2001, Surface waves in orthotropic incompressible materials , Acoustical Society of America 110:837-840.
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[8] Destrade M., 2001, The explicit secular equation for surface acoustic waves in monoclinic elastic crystals , Acoustical Society of America 109:1398-1402.
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[9] Destrade M., 2001, Surface waves in orthotropic incompressible materials , Acoustical Society of America 110: 837-840.
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[15] Musgrave M.J.P., 1959, The propagation of elastic waves in crystals and other anisotropic media , Reports on Progress in Physics 22:74-96.
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[16] Nair S., Sotiropoulos D.A., 1999, Interfacial waves in incompressible monoclinic materials with an interlayer , Mechanics of Materials 31:225-233.
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[17] Nkemzi D., 1997, A new formula for the velocity of Rayleigh waves , Wave Motion 26:199-205.
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[18] Rayleigh L., 1885, On waves propagated along the plane surface of an elastic solid , Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series A 17:4-11.
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[19] Ogden R.W., Vinh P.C., 2004 , On Rayleigh waves in incompressible orthotropic elastic solids , Acoustical Society of America 115:530-533.
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[20] Ogden R.W., Singh B., 2011, Propagation of waves in an incompressible transversely isotropic elastic solid with initial stress: Biot revisited , Journal of Mechanics of Materials and Structures 6: 453-477.
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[21] Ogden R.W., Singh B., 2014, The effect of rotation and initial stress on the propagation of waves in a transversely isotropic elastic solid , Wave Motion 51: 1108-1126.
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[22] Royer D., Dieulesaint E., 1984, Rayleigh wave velocity and displacement in orthorhombic, tetragonal, hexagonal and cubic crystals , Acoustical Society of America 75:1438-1444.
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[23] Scott N.H., Hayes M., 1976, Small vibrations of a fibre reinforced composite , Journal of Mechanics and Applied Mathematics 29:467-486.
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[24] Scott N.H., 1992, Waves in a homogeneously prestrained incompressible, almost inex- tensible, fibre-reinforced elastic material , Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 92 A: 9-36.
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[25] Scott N.H., 1991, Small vibrations of prestrained constrained elastic materials: the idealised fibre-reinforced material , International Journal of Solids and Structures 27:1969-1980.
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[26] Sengupta P. R., Nath S., 2001, Surface waves in bre reinforced anisotropic elastic media , Sadhana 26:363-370.
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[27] Shams M., Ogden R.W., 2014, On Rayleigh-type surface waves in an initially stressed incompressible elastic solid , The IMA Journal of Applied Mathematics 79: 360-372.
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[28] Singh S. J., 2002 , Surface waves in bre reinforced anisotropic elastic media, Sadhana 27:1-3.
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[29] Singh B., Singh S.J., 2004, Reection of plane waves at the free surface of a bre reinforced elastic half-space , Sadhana 29(3):249-257.
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[30] Singh B., 2007, Wave propagation in an incompressible transversely isotropic fibre reinforced elastic media , Archive of Applied Mechanics 77:253-258.
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[31] Singh B., Yadav A.K., 2013, Reflection of plane waves from a free surface of a rotating fibre reinforced elastic solid half-space with magnetic field , Journal of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 9:75-91.
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[32] Stoneley R., 1963, The propagation of surface waves in an elastic medium with orthorhombic symmetry , Geophysical Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society 8:176-186.
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[33] Ting T.C.T., 2002, An explicit secular equation for surface waves in an elastic material of general anisotropy , Journal of Mechanics and Applied Mathematics 55:297-311.
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[34] Vinh P.C., Linh N.T.K., 2013, Rayleigh waves in an incompressible elastic half-space overlaid with a water layer under the effect of gravity, Meccanica 48:2051-2060.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Creep Evolution Analysis of Composite Cylinder Made of Polypropylene Reinforced by Functionally Graded MWCNTs
Polypropylene is one of the most common, fastest growing and versatile thermoplastics currently used to produce tanks and chemical piping systems. Even at room temperature creep is considerable for polypropylene products. The creep behavior of strains, stresses, and displacement rates is investigated in a thick-walled cylinder made of polypropylene reinforced by functionally graded (FG) multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) using Burgers viscoelastic creep model. The mechanical properties of the composite are obtained based on the volume content of the MWCNTs. Loading is composed of an internal pressure and a uniform temperature field. Using equations of equilibrium, stress-strain and strain-displacement, a constitutive differential equation containing total creep strains is obtained. Creep strain increments are accumulated incrementally during the life of the vessel. Creep strain increments are related to the current stresses and the material uniaxial Burgers creep model by the well-known Prandtl-Reuss relations. A semi-analytical solution using Prandtl-Reuss relation has been developed to determine history of stresses, strains and displacements. The results are plotted against dimensionless radius for different volume content of MWCNTs. It has been found that the creep radial and circumferential strains of the cylinder reduce with increasing content of carbon nanotubes. It has also been concluded that the uniform distribution of MWCNTs reinforcement does not considerably influence on stresses.
http://jsm.iau-arak.ac.ir/article_523191_0ce8a66ade72e3d49f81de33eaac1e9d.pdf
2016-06-30
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383
Composite FG cylinder
Time-dependent creep
Burgers model
Polypropylene
MWCNTs reinforcement CNT
A
Loghman
aloghman@kashanu.ac.ir
1
Department of Solid Mechanics, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan
LEAD_AUTHOR
H
Shayestemoghadam
2
Department of Solid Mechanics, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan
AUTHOR
E
Loghman
3
Department of Solid Mechanics, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan
AUTHOR
[1] Boyle J.T, Spence J.,1983, Stress Analysis for Creep, Butterworth-Heinemann, Southampton, Butterworth, UK.
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[2] Ghorbanpour Arani A., Haghshenas A., Amir S., Mozdianfard M., Latifi M., 2013, Electro-thermo mechanical response of thick-walled piezoelectric cylinder reinforced by boron nitride nanotubes, Strength of Materials 45 (1): 102-115.
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[3] PAI D.H., 1967, Steady-state creep analysis of thick-walled orthotropic cylinders, International Journal of Mechanical Sciences 9 : 335-348.
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[4] Bhatnagar N.S., Arya V.K., 1974, Large strain creep analysis of thick-walled cylinders, International Journal of Non-Linear Mechanic 9 : 127-140.
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[5] Bhatnagar N.S., Kulkarni P.S., Arya V. K., 1984, Creep analysis of an internally pressurized orthotropic rotating cylinder, Nuclear Engineering and Design 83 : 379-388.
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[6] Bhatnagar N.S., Pradnya K., Arya V. K., 1986, Analysis of an orthotropic thick-walled cylinder under primary creep conditions, International Journal of Pressure Vessels and Piping 23 : 165-185.
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[7] Le Moal P., Perreux D., 1994, Evaluation of creep compliances of unidirectional fibre-reinforced composites, Composites Science and Technology 51: 469-477.
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[8] Singh S.B., Ray S., 2002, Modeling the anisotropy and creep in orthotropic aluminum–silicon carbide composite rotating disc, Mechanics of Materials 34 : 363-372.
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[9] Yang J.L., Zhang Z., Schlarb A.L., Friedrich K., 2006, On the characterization of tensile creep resistance of polyamide 66 nanocomposites. Part II: Modeling and prediction of long-term performance, Polymer 47 : 6745- 6758.
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[10] Loghman A. , Shokouhi N., 2009, Creep damage evaluation of thick-walled spheres using a long-term creep constitutive model, Journal of Mechanical Science and Technology 23 : 2577-2582.
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[11] Aleayoub S.M.A., Loghman A., 2010, Creep stress redistribution analysis of thick-walled FGM sphere, Journal of Solid Mechanics 2 : 115-128.
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[12] Choi H.J., Bae D.H., 2011, Creep properties of aluminum-based composite containing multi-walled carbon nanotubes, Scripta Materialia 65 : 194-197.
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[13] Jia Y., Peng K., Gong X.L., Zhang Z., 2011, Creep and recovery of polypropylene/carbon nanotube composites, International Journal of Plasticity 27 : 1239-1251.
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[14] Loghman A., Ghorbanpour Arani A., Aleayoub S.M.A., 2011, Time-dependent creep stress redistribution analysis of thick-walled functionally graded spheres, Mechanics of Time-Dependent Materials 15 : 353-365.
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[15] Loghman A., Ghorbanpour Arani A., Shajari A. R., Amir S., 2011, Time-dependent thermo- elastic creep analysis of rotating disk made of Al–SiC composite, Archive of Applied Mechanics 81 : 1853-1864.
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[16] Loghman A., Askari Kashan A., Younesi Bidgoli M., Shajari A. R., Ghorbanpour Arani A., 2013, Effect of particle content, size and temperature on magneto-thermo-mechanical creep behavior of composite cylinders, Journal of Mechanical Science and Technology 27: 1041-1051.
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[17] Loghman A., Atabakhshian V., 2012, Semi-analytical solution for time-dependent creep analysis of rotating cylinders made of anisotropic exponentially graded material (EGM), Journal of Solid Mechanics 4 (3): 313-326.
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[18] Nejad M. Z., Kashkoli M. D., 2014, Time-dependent thermo-creep analysis of rotating FGM thick-walled cylindrical pressure vessels under heat flux, International Journal of Engineering Science 82 : 222-237.
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[19] Mileiko S.T., 1970, Steady state creep of a composite with short fibers, Journal of Materials Science 5 : 254-261.
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[20] Monfared V., 2015, A displacement based model to determine the steady state creep strain rate of short fiber composites, Composites Science and Technology 107: 18-28.
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[21] Monfared V., Mondali M., 2014, Semi-analytically presenting the creep strain rate and quasi shear-lag model as well as FEM prediction of creep debonding in short fiber, Composites Materials and Design 54 : 368-374.
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[22] Tang L.C., Wang X., Gong L.X., Peng K., Zhao L., Chen Q., Wu L.B., Jiang J.X., Lai G.Q., 2014, Creep and recovery of polystyrene composites filled with graphene additives, Composites Science and Technology 91: 63-70.
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[24] Ghorbanpour Arani A., Loghman A., Shajari A. R., Amir S., 2010, Semi-analytical solution of magneto-thermo elastic stresses for functionally graded variable thickness rotating disks, Journal of Mechanical Science and Technology 24 : 2107-2117.
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[25] Hosseini Kordkheili S.A., Naghdabadi R., 2007, Thermo-elastic analysis of a functionally graded rotating disk, Composite Structures 79 : 508-516 .
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[26] Loghman A., Ghorbanpour Arani A., Amir S., Vajedi S., 2010, Magnetothermoelastic creep analysis of functionally graded cylinders, International Journal of Pressure Vessels and Piping 87: 389-395.
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[27] Mendelson A., 1968, Plasticity Theory and Applications, The Macmillan Company, New York .
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Crack Tip Constraint for Anisotropic Sheet Metal Plate Subjected to Mode-I Fracture
On the ground of manufacturing, sheet metal parts play a key role as they cover about half of the production processes. Sheet metals are commonly obtained from rolling and forming processes which causes misalignment of micro structure resulting obvious anisotropic characteristics and micro cracks. Presence of micro cracks poses serious attention, when stresses at the tip reach to the critical value. Present research deals with a thin anisotropic plate, containing an edge crack subjected to mode-I condition. To predict the nature of crack propagation, anisotropic triaxiality is formulated with special reference to Lankford’s coefficient and degree of anisotropy. The distribution of magnitude of anisotropic triaxiality is shown with respect to polar angle at crack tip supplemented by plastic zone shapes. Numerical evaluation has been carried out by considering five different cases of plane stress condition using Hill-von Mises yield criteria. Critical values so obtained apropos respective cases, as traced on the yield locus had been used to predict the location of crack propagation in sheet metal. It is revealed that the angle through which the crack propagate do not remain invariable for all combinations of Lankford’s coefficient and degree of anisotropy but it shifts for two of the five cases taken into consideration.
http://jsm.iau-arak.ac.ir/article_523196_a00dd126278293b043c5b8a483ef2c94.pdf
2016-06-30
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402
Triaxiality
Lankford’s coefficient
Mode I Fracture
Degree of anisotropy
Hill von mises criteria
R
Kacker
1
Department of Industrial and Production Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Jalandhar, India
AUTHOR
S.S
Bhadauria
bhadauriass@nitj.ac.in
2
Department of Industrial and Production Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Jalandhar, India
LEAD_AUTHOR
Lou Y., Yoon J. W., Huh H., 2014, Modeling of shear ductile fracture considering a changeable cut-off value for stress triaxiality, International Journal of Plasticity 54: 56-80.
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[2] Ognedal A.S., Clausen A. H., Dahlen A., Hopperstad O. S., 2014, Behavior of PVC and HDPE under highly triaxial stress states: An experimental and numerical study, Mechanics of Materials 72: 94-108.
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[3] Lou Y., 2013, Evaluation of ductile fracture criteria in a general three-dimensional stress state considering the stress triaxiality and the, Acta Mechanica Solida Sinica 26(6): 642-658.
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[4] Paul S. K., 2013, Effect of martensite volume fraction on stress triaxiality and deformation behavior of dual phase steel, Materials & Design 50: 782-789.
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[5] Jackiewicz J., 2011, Use of a modified Gurson model approach for the simulation of ductile fracture by growth and coalescence of microvoids under low, medium and high stress triaxiality loadings, Engineering Fracture Mechanics 78(3): 487-502.
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[6] Peirs J., Verleysen P., Degrieck J., 2011, Experimental study of the influence of strain rate on fracture of Ti6Al4V, Procedia Engineering 10: 2336-2341.
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[7] Ha S., Ã K. K., 2010, Void growth and coalescence in f . c . c . single crystals, International Journal of Mechanical Sciences 52(7):863-873.
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[8] Trattnig G., Antretter T., Pippan R., 2008, Fracture of austenitic steel subject to a wide range of stress triaxiality ratios and crack deformation modes, Engineering Fracture Mechanics 75: 223-235.
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[9] Bru M., Chyra O., Albrecht D., 2008, A ductile damage criterion at various stress triaxialities, International Journal of Plasticity 24:1731-1755.
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[10] Zhang W., Deng X., 2007, Mixed-mode I/II fields around a crack with a cohesive zone ahead of the crack tip, Mechanics Research Communications 34: 172-180.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Normal and Parallel Permeability of Preform Composite Materials used in Liquid Molding Processes: Analytical Solution
The permeability of the preform composite materials used in liquid molding processes such as resin transfer molding and structural reaction injection molding is a complex function of weave pattern and packing characteristics. The development of tools for predicting permeability as a function of these parameters is of great industrial importance. Such capability would speed process design and optimization and provide a step towards establishing processing-performance relations. In this study, both normal and parallel permeability of fibrous media comprised of ordered arrays of elliptical cylinders is studied analytically. A novel scale analysis technique is employed for determining the normal permeability of arrays of elliptical fibers. In this technique, the permeability is related to the geometrical parameters such as porosity, elliptical fiber diameters, and the tortuosity of the medium. Following a unit cell approach, compact relationships are proposed for the first time for the normal permeability of the studied geometries. A comprehensive analysis is also performed to determine the permeability of ordered arrays of elliptical fibers over a wide range of porosity and fiber diameters. The developed compact relationship is successfully verified through comparison with the present results. As a result of assuming an elliptical cross section for the fibers in this analytical analysis, an extra parameter comes to play; therefore, the present analytical solution will be more complicated than those developed for circular fiber type in the literature.
http://jsm.iau-arak.ac.ir/article_523197_51ccb176a86348eb6798109fee5e1036.pdf
2016-06-30
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permeability
Elliptical fibers
Fibrous media
Scale analysis
Analytical
Parametric study
M
Nazari
mnazari@shahroodut.ac.ir
1
Mechanical Engineering, Shahrood University of Technology
LEAD_AUTHOR
M.M
Shahmardan
2
Mechanical Engineering, Shahrood University of Technology
AUTHOR
M
Khaksar
3
Mechanical Engineering, Shahrood University of Technology
AUTHOR
M
Khatib
4
Mechanical Engineering, Shahrood University of Technology
AUTHOR
S
Mosayebi
5
Mechanical Engineering, Shahrood University of Technology
AUTHOR
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Longitudinal-Torsional and Two Plane Transverse Vibrations of a Composite Timoshenko Rotor
In this paper, two kinds of vibrations are considered for a composite Timoshenko rotor: longitudinal-torsional vibration and two plane transverse one. The kinetic and potential energies and virtual work due to the gyroscopic effects are calculated and the set of six governing equations and boundary conditions are derived using Hamilton principle. Differential quadrature method (DQM) is used as a strong numerical method and natural frequencies and mode shapes are derived. Effects of the rotating speed and the lamination angle on the natural frequencies are studied for various boundary conditions; meanwhile, critical speeds of the rotor are determined. Two kinds of critical speeds are considered for the rotor: the resonance speed, which happens as rotor rotates near one of the natural frequencies, and the instability speed, which occurs as value of the first natural frequency decreases to zero and rotor becomes instable.
http://jsm.iau-arak.ac.ir/article_523198_48a86a1206615e064bb0e9fbb74be9e2.pdf
2016-06-30
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Longitudinal-torsional vibration
Transverse vibration
Composite rotor
DQM
M
Irani Rahagi
irani@kashanu.ac.ir
1
Department of Solid Mechanics, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan
LEAD_AUTHOR
A
Mohebbi
2
Department of Solid Mechanics, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan
AUTHOR
H
Afshari
3
Department of Solid Mechanics, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan
AUTHOR
[1] Zu J., Hans R.P., 1992, Natural frequencies and normal modes of a spinning beam with general boundary conditions, Journal of Applied Mechanics, Transactions ASME 59:197-204.
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[2] Zu J., Melanson J., 1998, Natural frequencies and normal modes of for externally damped spinning Timoshenko beams with general boundary conditions, Journal of Applied Mechanics, Transactions ASME 65:770-772.
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[3] Dos Reis H. L. M., Goldman R. B., Verstrate P. H., 1987, Thin-walled laminated composite cylindrical tubes—part III: critical speed analysis, Journal of Composites Technology and Research 9(2):58-62.
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[5] Bert C.W., 1992, The effects of bending twisting coupling on the critical speed of drive shafts, Composite Materials, 6th Japan/US Conference, Orlando Lancaster.
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[6] Kim C.D., Bert C.W., 1993, Critical speed analysis of laminated composite, hollow drive shafts, Composites Engineering 3:633-643.
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[7] Banerjee J.R., Su H., 2006, Dynamic stiffness formulation and free vibration analysis of a spinning composite beam, Computers and Structures 84: 1208-1214.
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[8] Chang M.Y., Chen J.K., Chang C.Y., 2004, A simple spinning laminated composite shaft model, International Journal of Solids and Structures 41(4): 637-662.
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[9] Boukhalfa A., Hadjoui A., 2010, Free vibration analysis of an embarked rotating composite shaft using the hp-version of the FEM, Latin American Journal of Solids and Structures 7: 105-141.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Seismic Analysis of Rectangular Concrete Tanks by Considering Fluid and Tank Interaction
Many liquid storage tanks around the world have affected by earthquakes. This structure can store dangerous chemical liquids. Hence dynamic behavior of ground supported rectangular storage tanks is very important due to their applications in industrial facilities. In current research, the seismic behavior of two water storage rectangular concrete tanks is examined. For this purpose, these tanks are modeled in FEM software for analyzing. These tanks are analyzed under four type of analysis: static, modal, response-spectrum and time-history analysis. Time history analysis can take all the nonlinear factors into the analysis, so it is used to estimate the exact amount of structural response. In time history analysis, earthquake accelerograms of Tabas, Kobe and Cape Mendocino have been applied to tanks. Finally, it is resulted that Displacement, base shear and wave height obtained from time history analysis are more than those of response spectrum analysis, indicating insufficiency of response spectrum analysis. In time history analysis, the maximum displacement is achieved in highest part of the tanks. It is due to the wave height which created in earthquake. By increasing in dimension, the wave height is also increased.
http://jsm.iau-arak.ac.ir/article_523199_6ae19dee7b8a1c61d917ae5f710af3eb.pdf
2016-06-30
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Rectangular tank
Earthquake
Time history
Accelerograms
Wave height
M
Yazdanian
yazdanian.mohsen@yahoo.com
1
Department of Civil Eengineering, Dezful Branch, Islamic Azad University
LEAD_AUTHOR
S.V
Razavi
2
Department of Civil Engineering, Jundi-Shapur University of Technology
AUTHOR
M
Mashal
3
Department of Irigation Engineering, Aburaihan Campus, Tehran University
AUTHOR
[1] Bayraktar A., Sevim B., Altunışık A., Türker T ., 2010, Effect of the model updating on the earthquake behavior of steel storage tanks, Journal of Constructional Steel Research 66 (3): 462-469.
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[2] Livaoglu R., 2008, Investigation of seismic behavior of fluid–rectangular tank–soil/ foundation systems in frequency domain, Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering 28: 132-146.
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[4] Sezen H., Livaoglu R., Dogangun A., 2008, Dynamic analysis and seismic performance evaluation of above-ground liquid containing tanks, Journal of Structural Engineering 30: 794-803.
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[6] Sezen H., Whittaker A.S., 2004, Performance evaluation of industrial facilities during the 1999 Kocaeli, Turkey earthquake, Proceedings of the 13th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering, Vancouver, Canada.
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[7] Korkmaz K.A., Sari A., Carhoglu A.I., 2011, Seismic risk assessment of storage tanks in Turkish industrial facilities, Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries 24(4): 314-320.
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[8] Housner G.W., 1957, Dynamic pressures on accelerated fluid containers, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 47(1): 15-37.
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[21] Livaoglu R., 2008, Investigation of seismic behavior of fluid–rectangular tank–soil/ foundation systems in frequency domain, Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering 28: 132-146.
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[22] Kianoush M.R., Ghaemmaghami A.R., 2011, The effect of earthquake frequency content on the seismic behavior of concrete rectangular liquid tanks using the finite element method incorporating soil–structure interaction, Engineering Structures 33: 2186-2200.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Variational Principle, Uniqueness and Reciprocity Theorems in Porous Piezothermoelastic with Mass Diffusion
The basic governing equations in anisotropic elastic material under the effect of porous piezothermoelastic are presented. Biot [1], Lord & Shulman [4] and Sherief et al. [5] theories are used to develop the basic equations for porous piezothermoelastic with mass diffusion material. The variational principle, uniqueness theorem and theorem of reciprocity in this model are established under the assumption of positive definiteness of elastic, porousthermal, chemical potential and electric field.
http://jsm.iau-arak.ac.ir/article_523200_fd05a2c5f80ab6ca1c13afec98e22df4.pdf
2016-06-30
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465
Piezothermoelastic
Porous
Variational principle
Uniqueness
Reciprocity
R
Kumar
rajneesh_kuk@rediffmail.com
1
Department of Mathematics, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra 136119, Haryana, India
LEAD_AUTHOR
P
Sharma
2
Department of Mathematics, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra 136119, Haryana, India
AUTHOR
[1] Biot M.A., 1956, Theory of deformation of a porous viscoelastic anisotropic solid, Journal of Applied Physics 27(5): 459-467.
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[2] Biot M.A., 1956, The theory of propagation of elastic waves in a fluid saturated porous solid, The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 28: 168-191.
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[3] Biot M.A., 1956, Thermoelasticity and irreversible thermodynamics, Journal of Applied Physics 27: 240-253.
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[4] Lord H.W., Shulman Y., 1967, The generalised dynamic theory of thermoelasticity, Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 15: 299-309.
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[5] Sherief H. H., Hamza F.A., Saleh H.A., 2004, The theory of generalised thermoelastic diffusion, International Journal of Engineering Science 42(5): 591-608.
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[6] Mindlin R.D., 1974, Equation of high frequency of thermopiezoelecteric crystals plates, International Journal of Solids and Structures 10(6): 625-637.
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[9] Chandrasekharaiah D.S., 1984, A generalised linear thermoelasticity theory of piezoelectric media, Acta Mechanica 71:293-349.
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[10] Rao S.S., Sunar M., 1993, Analysis of thermopiezoelectric sensors and acutators in advanced intelligent structures, AIAA Journal 31: 1280-1286.
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[11] Majhi M.C., 1995, Discontinuities in generalized thermo elastic wave propagation in a semi- infinite piezoelectric rod, Journal of Technical Physics 36: 269-278.
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[12] Chen W.Q., 2000, Three dimensional green’s function for two- phase transversely isotropic piezothermoelastic media, Journal of Applied Mechanics 67:705.
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[13] Biot M.A., 1962, Mechanics of deformation and acoustic propagation in porous media, Journal of Applied Physics 33:1482-1498.
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[14] Biot M.A., 1962, Generalised theory of acoustic propagation in porous dissipative media, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 34:1254-1264.
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[15] Sharma J.N., Kumar M., 2000, Plane harmonic waves in piezothermoealstic materials, Indian Journal of Engineering and Materials Sciences 7: 434-442.
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[16] Sharma J.N., Pal M., Chand D., 2005, Propagation characteristics of Rayleigh waves in transversely isotropic piezothermoelastic materials, Journal of Sound and Vibration 284: 227-248.
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[17] Sharma J.N., Walia V., 2007, Further investigationon rayleigh waves in piezothermoelastic materials, Journal of Sound and Vibration 301:189-206.
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[18] Sharma M.D., 2010, Propagation of in homogeneous waves in anisotropic piezothermoelastic media, Acta Mechanica 215: 307-318.
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[19] Alshaikh F. A., 2012, The mathematical modelling for studying the influence of the initial stresses and relaxation times on reflection and refraction waves in piezothermoelastic half-space, Applied Mathematics 3: 819-832.
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[20] Sharma M. D., Gogna M. L., 1991, Wave propagation in anisotropic liquid-saturated porous solids, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 89:1068-1073.
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[21] Sharma M. D., 2004, 3-D Wave propagation in a general anisotropic poroelastic medium: phase velocity, group velocity and polarization, Geophysical Journal International 156:329-344.
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