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“…The results of Shu and Du [22] are found to be somewhat oscillatory. For instance, while some results of them [22] are very close to those of Eftekhari and Jafari in [5,53], some others do not show the same trend and do not agree well with the results of these references. This oscillatory behavior is due to the lack of satisfaction of the free corner boundary conditions in the GQDM formulation of Shu and Du [22].…”
Section: Numerical Resultscontrasting
confidence: 40%
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“…The results of Shu and Du [22] are found to be somewhat oscillatory. For instance, while some results of them [22] are very close to those of Eftekhari and Jafari in [5,53], some others do not show the same trend and do not agree well with the results of these references. This oscillatory behavior is due to the lack of satisfaction of the free corner boundary conditions in the GQDM formulation of Shu and Du [22].…”
Section: Numerical Resultscontrasting
confidence: 40%
“…It can also be seen from Tables 2 and 3 that, in most cases, the present solutions converge to values less than those given in [1,5,22,53]. Noting that the results given in [1,5,53] are upper bounds of the analytical values, it can be concluded that the present solutions are often closer to the exact values of the natural frequencies than those in [1,5,53]. The results of Shu and Du [22] are found to be somewhat oscillatory.…”
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“…Tables 1-3 show the convergence study for the first five natural frequencies of square plates with SFFF, CFFF, and FFFF boundary conditions. The results are also compared with the results obtained by the conventional Ritz method [1], conventional Ritz-DQM [76], FE-Ritz formulation [83], CBCGE approach [64] and the DQEM [84,85]. It is noted that the results of Refs.…”
Section: Numerical Resultsmentioning
confidence: 93%