Document Type : Original Article

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1 Department of Mechanical Engineering, Malek Ashtar University of Technology.

2 University Complex of Materials and Manufacturing Technology, Malek Ashtar University of Technology.

Abstract

The composite lattice cylindrical shells are analyzed in this research while they are subjected to transient dynamic loading. The equilibrium equations for the composite cylindrical shell are expressed in terms of classical shell theory. Additionally, due to the discontinuous distribution of stiffness and shell mass between reinforcing ribs and their proximity to one another (empty or filled with filler material), this issue has been expressed using an appropriate distribution function. On the basis of Lowe's first approximation theory, the strain-displacement and curvature-displacement relationships are considered. The Galerkin method is used to calculate the natural frequencies and shapes of structural modes for the boundary conditions, as well as the transient dynamic response of the composite cylindrical lattice shell to lateral impulsive loading applied extensively and uniformly on a specific rectangular surface. The convolution and a method for summing the effects of the modes are also obtained, and the obtained results are validated using references and ABAQUS finite element software. The effects of various parameters on free and forced vibrations are investigated, including geometric ratios, material properties, cross-sectional dimensions and distances, and lattice configuration. Finally, the effect of strengthening the cylindrical shell with lattice structures is investigated.

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Article Title [فارسی]

Analysis of composite lattice cylindrical shells under transient dynamic loading

Authors [فارسی]

  • Ali Davar 1
  • Mahdi Mehrabani 2
  • MohammadReza Zamani 2
  • Mohsen Heydari Bani 1
  • Jafar Eskandari Jam 1

1 Department of Mechanical Engineering, Malek Ashtar University of Technology

2 University Complex of Materials and Manufacturing Technology, Malek Ashtar University of Technology

Abstract [فارسی]

The composite lattice cylindrical shells are analyzed in this research while they are subjected to transient dynamic loading. The equilibrium equations for the composite cylindrical shell are expressed in terms of classical shell theory. Additionally, due to the discontinuous distribution of stiffness and shell mass between reinforcing ribs and their proximity to one another (empty or filled with filler material), this issue has been expressed using an appropriate distribution function. On the basis of Lowe's first approximation theory, the strain-displacement and curvature-displacement relationships are considered. The Galerkin method is used to calculate the natural frequencies and shapes of structural modes for the boundary conditions, as well as the transient dynamic response of the composite cylindrical lattice shell to lateral impulsive loading applied extensively and uniformly on a specific rectangular surface. The convolution and a method for summing the effects of the modes are also obtained, and the obtained results are validated using references and ABAQUS finite element software. The effects of various parameters on free and forced vibrations are investigated, including geometric ratios, material properties, cross-sectional dimensions and distances, and lattice configuration. Finally, the effect of strengthening the cylindrical shell with lattice structures is investigated.

Keywords [فارسی]

  • Analytical modeling
  • Lattice
  • rib
  • reinforced
  • internet working distance
  • Composite Cylindrical Shell
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