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Terahertz Vibration of Short Carbon Nanotubes Modeled as Timoshenko Beams

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J. Yoon, C. Q. Ru, A. Mioduchowski

Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Alberta, Edmonton T6G 2G8, Canada

J. Appl. Mech 72(1), 10-17 (Feb 01, 2005) (8 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1795814 History: Received April 16, 2003; Revised May 15, 2004; Online February 01, 2005
Copyright © 2005 by ASME
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Vibration of a short doublewall carbon nanotube
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DWNT frequencies for the inner radius 0.35 nm and L/d=10
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DWNT frequencies for the inner radius 0.35 nm and L/d=20
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DWNT frequencies for the inner radius 0.35 nm and L/d=50
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DWNT frequencies for the inner radius 3.5 nm and L/d=10
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DWNT frequencies for the inner radius 3.5 nm and L/d=20
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DWNT frequencies for the inner radius 3.5 nm and L/d=50
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DWNT amplitude ratio (a1/a2) for fn1 using a double-Timoshenko-beam model
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DWNT amplitude ratio (a1/a2) for fn2 using a double-Timoshenko-beam model
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DWNT amplitude ratio (a1/a2) for fn1 using a double-Euler-beam model
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DWNT amplitude ratio (a1/a2) for fn2 using a double-Euler-beam model
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DWNT amplitude ratio (γ2/b2) for fn1 using a double-Timoshenko-beam model
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DWNT amplitude ratio (γ2/b2) for fn2 using a double-Timoshenko-beam model
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DWNT amplitude ratio (γ2/b2) for fn3 using a double-Timoshenko-beam model
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DWNT amplitude ratio (γ2/b2) for fn4 using a double-Timoshenko-beam model
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DWNT amplitude ratio (γ/b) for fn1 using a single-Timoshenko-beam model
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DWNT amplitude ratio (γ/b) for fn2 using a single-Timoshenko-beam model

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