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Efficient Meshless Method for Accurate Eigenvalue Analysis of Clamped Plates
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 Title & Authors
Efficient Meshless Method for Accurate Eigenvalue Analysis of Clamped Plates
Kang, S. W.;
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 Abstract
A new formulation of the non-dimensional dynamic influence function method, which is a type of the meshless method, is introduced to extract highly accurate eigenvalues of clamped plates with arbitrary shape. Originally, the final system matrix equation of the method, which was introduced by the author in 1999, does not have a form of algebraic eigenvalue problem unlike FEM. As the result, the non-dimensional dynamic influence function method requires an inefficient process to extract eigenvalues. To overcome this weak point, a new approach for clamped plates is proposed in the paper and the validity and accuracy is shown in verification examples.
 Keywords
Clamped Plates;Eigenvalue;Meshless Method;Non-dimensional Dynamic Influence Function;
 Language
Korean
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