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Vibration Analysis of the Rotating Hybrid Cylindrical Shells Laminated with Metal and Composite
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 Title & Authors
Vibration Analysis of the Rotating Hybrid Cylindrical Shells Laminated with Metal and Composite
Lee, Young-Sin; Kim, Young-Wann;
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 Abstract
The linear/nonlinear vibration response of the rotating hybrid cylindrical shell with simply supported boundary condition is studied. The Ritz-Galerkin method is applied to obtain the nonlinear frequency equation, which excludes in-plane and rotatory inertia but includes bending stretching coupling terms. The bifurcation phenomena for the linear frequency and the frequency ratio(nonlinear/linear frequency ratio) are presented. The hybrid cylindrical shells are composed of composite(GFRP, CFRP) metal(aluminium, steel) with symmetric and antisymmetric stacking sequence. The effects of the Coriolis and centrifugal force are considered The results also present the effects of length-to- radies ratio, radius-to-thickness ratio, the circumferential wave number, the stacking sequence, the material property, the initial excitation amplitude and the rotating speed. The present linear frequency results are compared with those of the available literature.
 Keywords
Hybrid Cylindrical Shell;Bifurcation Phenomenon;Centrifugal Force;Initial Excitation Amplitude;
 Language
Korean
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