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Buckling and dynamic analysis of piezothermoelastic composite cylindrical shell

01 Jan 2003-Composite Structures (Elsevier)-Vol. 59, Iss: 1, pp 45-60
TL;DR: In this article, a single layered composite cylindrical shell with different fiber orientation is analyzed and the influence of axisymmetric temperature on the natural frequencies and active damping ratio of the shell is examined.
About: This article is published in Composite Structures.The article was published on 2003-01-01. It has received 59 citations till now. The article focuses on the topics: Composite laminates & Buckling.
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TL;DR: In this paper, the authors presented linear thermal buckling and free vibration analysis for functionally graded cylindrical shells with clamped-clamped boundary condition based on temperature-dependent material properties.

196 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, the problems of thermal buckling in axial direction of cylindrical shells made of functionally graded materials are discussed based on the Donnell's shell theory, and closed form solutions are presented for the shell with simply supported boundary conditions subjected to three types of thermal loading.

133 citations


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  • ...Ganesan [21] analyzed the buckling and dynamic properties of cylindrical shells made of piezoelectric composite materials....

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TL;DR: In this paper, a multi-objective optimization strategy for optimal stacking sequence of laminated cylindrical panels is presented, with respect to the first natural frequency and critical buckling load, using the weighted summation method.

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TL;DR: In this paper, the authors investigated the vibration characteristics of stiffened composite cylindrical shells using experimental, numerical and analytical techniques, and established a theoretical formulation based on Sanders' thin shell theory.

60 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, a thermal buckling analysis for functionally graded cylindrical shells that are integrated with surface-bonded piezoelectric actuators and are subjected to the combined action of thermal load and constant applied actuator voltage is presented.
Abstract: A thermal buckling analysis is presented for functionally graded cylindrical shells that are integrated with surface-bonded piezoelectric actuators and are subjected to the combined action of thermal load and constant applied actuator voltage. The material properties are assumed to vary as a power form of the thickness coordinate. Derivation of the equations is based on the higher-order shear deformation shell theory using the Sanders nonlinear kinematic relations. Results for the buckling temperatures are obtained in the closed form solution. The effects of the applied actuator voltage, shell geometry, and volume fraction exponent of functionally graded material on the buckling temperature are investigated. The results for simpler states are validated with known data in the literature.

56 citations


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  • ...Ganesan and Kadoli [15] studied the buckling and dynamic analysis of piezothermoelastic composite cylindrical shells using a semi-analytical finite element method....

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TL;DR: In this paper, a 3D piezothermoelastic thin hexahedron finite element with three internal degrees of freedom is formulated using a variational formulation which includes thermal, electric, and mechanical energies.
Abstract: Piezothermoelastic effects of distributed piezoelectric sensor/actuator and structural systems are studied . Distributed controls (static and dynamic) of pizeoelectric laminates subjected to a steady state temperature field are investigated. Piezothermoelastic constitutive equations are defined, followed by three energy functionals for the displacement, electric, and temperature fields, respectively. A new 3D piezothermoelastic thin hexahedron finite element with three internal degrees of freedom is formulated using a variational formulation which includes thermal, electric, and mechanical energies. A system equetion for the piezoelcectric continuum exposed to combined displacement, electic, and temperature fields is formulated. Thermal influences on the sensing and control of piezoelectric PZT/steel laminates are ivestigated

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TL;DR: In this article, the quasistatic equations of piezoelectricity and thermopiezoeetics are used to develop a finite element formulation of distributed PDE and TPE media.
Abstract: The quasistatic equations of piezoelectricity and thermopiezoelectricity are used to develop a finite element formulation of distributed piezoelectric and thermopiezoelectric media. The formulation is then integrated with the distributed sensing and control of advanced intelligent structure design. The procedure is illustrated with the help of two example problems. The purpose of the first example, which consists of two piezoelectric layers used as a bimorph robotic finger, is to check the accuracy of the finite element solution with the analytical one. As a second example, an aluminum beam is utilized along with two polyvinylidene fluoride layers acting as distributed actuator and sensor to study the distributed control of the beam when thermal effects are present. It is concluded that the thermal effects are important in the precision distributed control of intelligent structures.

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TL;DR: In this article, a review of theoretical developments in thermopiezoelasticity having relevance to smart composite structures is presented, and the equations governing linear response of piezothermoelastic media are outlined.

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TL;DR: In this paper, a distributed modal identification and vibration control theory for sensing and control of continua, e.g., shells, plates, cylinders, beams, etc., is proposed.
Abstract: Conventional transducers and actuators are "discrete" in nature, i.e., they usually measure and control spatially discrete locations. These discrete devices become useless when they are placed at modal nodes or lines. In this paper, a generic "distributed" modal identification and vibration control theory for sensing and control of continua, e.g., shells, plates, cylinders, beams, etc., is proposed. The generic theory is derived for a thin shell coupled with two electroded piezoelectric layers. One piezoelectric layer serves as a distributed sensor and the other a distributed actuator. The sensor output, or a reference signal, is processed, amplified, and fed back into the distributed actuator. Due to the converse effect, the injected high voltage induces in-plane strains which result in counteracting moments used to suppress the shell oscillation. System dynamic equations and state equations are also derived. The theory shows that the distributed sensor can identify all vibration modes and the distributed actuators also control all modes. Simplification of the generic theory to other geometries is also demonstrated.

86 citations