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Forced Vibration of Cylindrical Helical Rods Subjected to Impulsive Loads

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B. Temel, F. F. Çalim

Department of Civil Engineering, University of Çukurova, 01330 Balcali-Adana, Turkey

J. Appl. Mech 70(2), 281-291 (Mar 27, 2003) (11 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1554413 History: Received March 03, 2002; Revised August 16, 2002; Online March 27, 2003
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Geometry of a cylindrical helix
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(a) Cylindrical helical spring; (b) a triangular impulsive load
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(a) Vertical displacement versus time at the arc-length midpoint, (b) rotation versus time at the arc-length midpoint, (c) vertical shear force versus time at the fixed end, (d) moment versus time at the fixed end
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(a) A cantilever helical rod; (b) type of the dynamic loads
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(a) Vertical displacement versus time at the free end for the step load, (b) bending moment versus time at the fixed end for the step load
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(a) Vertical displacement versus time at the free end for the rectangular impulsive load, (b) bending moment versus time at the fixed end for the rectangular impulsive load
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(a) Vertical displacement versus time at the free end for the triangular impulsive load, (b) bending moment versus time at the fixed end for the triangular impulsive load

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