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RESEARCH PAPER

Study on Analytical Model of Nonlinear Vibration for Elastic Plates With Gaps Under Random Waves

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Masanori Shintani

Fukui University, 9-1, Bunkyo 3-Chome, Fukui-shi, Fukui 910-8507, Japan

Manabu Hamai

TOHO Tenax, Takafusaugawanoue, Kitajimatyo, Itano-gun, Tokushima 771-0286, Japan

J. Pressure Vessel Technol 126(4), 504-509 (Dec 01, 2004) (6 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1689359 History: Received November 08, 2002; Revised October 02, 2003; Online December 01, 2004
Copyright © 2004 by ASME
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Elasto-plasticity solid material
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Plate fixed at both ends
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Relation between deflection and length of plate (thickness of plate 0.5 mm, width of plate 30 mm, input level 0.724 m/s2 )
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Relation between deflection and length of plate (thickness of plate 0.6 mm, width of plate 30 mm, input level 0.768 m/s2 )
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Relation between concentrated load and displacement by pe=44.4 N (thickness of plate 0.6 mm, width of plate 30 mm, input level 0.768 m/s2 )
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Experimental model (gap)
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Relation between concentrated load and displacement by pe=30.8 N (thickness of plate 0.5 mm, width of plate 30 mm, input level 0.742 m/s2 )
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Relation between concentrated load and displacement by pe=29.6 N (thickness of plate 0.6 mm, width of plate 20 mm, input level 0.750 m/s2 )
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Relation between concentrated load and displacement by pe=44.4 N (thickness of plate 0.6 mm, width of plate 30 mm, input level 0.768 m/s2 )
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Relation between concentrated load and displacement by pe=52.6 N (thickness of plat 0.8 mm, width of plate 20 mm, input level 0.758 m/s2 )
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Relation between concentrated load and displacement by pe=78.9 N (thickness of plate 0.8 mm, width of plate 30 mm, input level 0.729 m/s2 )

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