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Dynamics of Multilayered Composite Plates With Shape Memory Alloy Wires

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A. J. Zak, M. P. Cartmell

Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Glasgow, James Watt Building, Glasgow G12 8QQ, Scotland

W. Ostachowicz

Institute of Fluid-Flow Machinery PASci, Gdansk, ul. Fiszera 14, 80-952, Polande-mail: wieslaw@imp.gda.pl

J. Appl. Mech 70(3), 313-327 (Jun 11, 2003) (15 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1546263 History: Received November 20, 2001; Revised June 10, 2002; Online June 11, 2003
Copyright © 2003 by ASME
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A multilayered composite plate with embedded SMA wires
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Modes of vibration of a simply supported plate (SMA wires not activated)
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Modes of vibration of a two-sided-clamped plate (SMA wires not activated)
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Modes of vibration of a fully clamped plate (SMA wires not activated)
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Natural frequencies of a two-sided-clamped plate versus the relative volume fraction of graphite fibers (active strain energy tuning method)
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The critical load of a two-sided-clamped plate versus the relative volume fraction of graphite fibers
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Natural frequencies of a (a) two-sided-clamped and (b) fully clamped, plate versus the orientation angle of graphite fibers (active property tuning method)
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Natural frequencies of a (a) two-sided-clamped and (b) fully clamped plate versus the orientation angle of graphite (active strain energy tuning method)
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The critical load of a (a) two-sided-clamped and (b) fully clamped plate versus the orientation angle of graphite fibers
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Natural frequencies of a fully clamped plate versus the relative position of SMA wires (active property tuning method)
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Natural frequencies of a fully clamped plate versus the relative position of SMA wires (active strain energy tuning method)
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The critical load of a fully clamped plate versus the relative position of SMA wires
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The influence of SMA wire activation on the vibration modes of a simply supported plate (active property tuning method)
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The proposed new multilayered composite plate finite element
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Natural frequencies of a (a) simply supported and (b) two-sided-clamped, plate versus the length-to-width ratio (active property tuning method)
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Natural frequencies of a (a) simply supported and (b) two-sided-clamped, plate versus the length-to-width ratio (active strain energy tuning method)
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The critical load of a (a) simply supported and (b) two-sided-clamped plate versus the length-to-width ratio
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Natural frequencies of a simply supported plate versus the relative plate thickness (active property tuning method)
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Natural frequencies of a simply supported plate versus the relative plate thickness (active strain energy tuning method)
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The critical load of a simply supported plate versus the relative plate thickness
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Natural frequencies of a two-sided-clamped plate versus the relative volume fraction of graphite fibers (active property tuning method)

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