2017
DOI: 10.1016/j.compositesb.2016.09.021
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Free vibration analysis of arbitrarily shaped Functionally Graded Carbon Nanotube-reinforced plates

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“…16 Density ρ = 2250 kg/m 3 Dimensional values h = 0.34 nm, L x = L y = 10 nm Figure 2 shows the variation of the natural frequency with the non-local parameter µ (Figure 2a) and dimensionless length scale l * = l/h (Figure 2b) within the proposed formulation, where both flat and curved geometries are compared in the presence or not of the viscoelastic damping parameter, namely g = 0.5 Ns/m 2 or g = 0 Ns/m 2 . The nanoplate features two sinusoidal corrugations with amplitude F = 0.5h (i.e., dimensionless amplitude F * = F/h = 0.5) and semi-length c = 0.25L x .…”
Section: Numerical Results and Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…16 Density ρ = 2250 kg/m 3 Dimensional values h = 0.34 nm, L x = L y = 10 nm Figure 2 shows the variation of the natural frequency with the non-local parameter µ (Figure 2a) and dimensionless length scale l * = l/h (Figure 2b) within the proposed formulation, where both flat and curved geometries are compared in the presence or not of the viscoelastic damping parameter, namely g = 0.5 Ns/m 2 or g = 0 Ns/m 2 . The nanoplate features two sinusoidal corrugations with amplitude F = 0.5h (i.e., dimensionless amplitude F * = F/h = 0.5) and semi-length c = 0.25L x .…”
Section: Numerical Results and Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Malikan and Nguyen [10] also examined the electro-magnetic nanoplates in a hygrothermal environment, by using a new plate theory in conjunction with a non-local strain gradient model. In this context, many other analytical and numerical works have focused on the vibration and buckling response of nanocomposite materials and structures also in thermal conditions, see e.g., [11][12][13][14][15][16][17][18][19][20][21][22][23][24][25][26][27][28][29][30], among others.…”
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“…The mesh in Abaqus are generated by setting the number of elements on the plate radius and one-quarter of the circumference, respectively. Therefore, the following discretizations have been considered: (5, 1), (10,5), (20,15), (30,25), (40,35), (50,45), (60,55). It is remarked that the present models consider the double symmetry of the structure by meshing all plate four quarters in the same way.…”
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“…The problem is approached numerically with the use of the GDQ method, as successfully applied in the literature for many applications, e.g., buckling problems and free vibrations of FG cantilever beams or shells reinforced with CNTs (see [29,[33][34][35][36][37] among others), the dynamics of undamaged and damaged arches with different shapes [38][39][40][41][42][43], as well as non-linear transient problems [44][45][46][47][48][49][50]. In the present work, we verify the ability of the GDQ method to capture the sensitivity of the structural response to the CNT pattern and volume fraction as well as to some geometry parameters.…”
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confidence: 99%