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Title: Nonlinear Transient Vibration Analysis of Arbitrary Thin Plates using Superparametric Element
Authors: Panda, Saleema
Barik, Manoranjan
Keywords: Thin plates
Vibration Analysis
Issue Date: Jul-2017
Citation: GeoMEast 2017 International Congress & Exhibition, Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, 15–19 July 2017
Abstract: Thin plated structures of different geometries are widely used in the field of civil, mechanical, aerospace and naval engineering. The structures can be subjected to any time varying loading like blast or impact loads. This paper thus presents nonlinear transient vibration analysis of arbitrary thin plates using a superparametric element. The geometry of the plate is represented by cubic serendipity shape function and the displacement field is defined by an ACM plate bending element along with in-plane displacements. The element is capable of accommodating different arbitrary shapes but devoid of shearlocking problems or spurious mechanisms as seen in isoparametric elements. Different numerical examples are considered for the response analysis to prove the versatility of the formulations.
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