Numerically Simulation and Adaptation of a New Approach to the Geometrically Non-Linear Dynamic Behaviour of Fully Clamped Glare 3 Hybrid Composite

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Year:
2013
Type of Publication:
Article
Keywords:
Simulation, Mechanical Vibrations, The Geometrically Non Linear, Glare 3 Hybrid Composite Rectangular Panel
Authors:
H. Atmani; B. Harras; R. Benamar
Journal:
IJAIM
Volume:
1
Number:
6
Pages:
156-162
Month:
May
ISSN:
2320-5121
Abstract:
The main objective of this work is to present a new formulation of simulation in the field of mechanical vibrations. The focus is on the effects of mechanical vibration linear performance structures and materials (hybrid composite), including material fatigue and failure under conditions of cyclic loading. Design methodologies developed to reduce the negative effects of mechanical vibration in industrial construction applications. The geometrically non-linear free vibration of various thin composite laminated plates is investigated using a theoretical model based on Hamilton’s principle and spectral analysis.. More recently, a new approach has been based on that model has been improved and applied to the non-linear free vibration homogeneous beams and to the non-linear free and forced vibration plates. In this work, the study concerns the simulation and adaptation and application of this approach to the determination non-linear frequencies and associated flexural behaviour of the fully clamped Glare 3 hybrid composite rectangular panel. The results are given for various plate aspect ratios and vibration amplitudes. Comparisons between some results of published work and that obtained by this approach at large vibration amplitudes are presented and good results are obtained.
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