Nonlinear vibration analysis of laminated composite Mindlin micro/nano-plates resting on orthotropic Pasternak medium using DQM
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The nonlocal nonlinear vibration analysis of embedded laminated microplates resting on an elastic matrix as an orthotropic Pasternak medium is investigated. The small size effects of micro/nano-plate are considered based on the Eringen nonlocal theory. Based on the orthotropic Mindlin plate theory along with the von Kármán geometric nonlinearity and Hamilton’s principle, the governing equations are derived. The differential quadrature method (DQM) is applied for obtaining the nonlinear frequency of system. The effects of different parameters such as nonlocal parameters, elastic media, aspect ratios, and boundary conditions are considered on the nonlinear vibration of the micro-plate. Results show that considering elastic medium increases the nonlinear frequency of system. Furthermore, the effect of boundary conditions becomes lower at higher nonlocal parameters.
Keywordsnonlinear vibration laminated micro-plate orthotropic Pasternak medium differential quadrature method
Chinese Library ClassificationO322
2010 Mathematics Subject Classification74K20
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