Albaroudy, T. M. B. and AlKayiem, Hussain H. (2013) Laminated smart shell structures; theory and analysis. In: Shell Structures: Theory and Application. Taylor and Francis group, London, pp. 4952. ISBN 9781138000827

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Abstract
Modeling of shells integrated with smart lamina and taking account of thermomagnetoelectroelastic fields represents a challenge to be formulated and solved. In the present work, analytical model is proposed based on Hamilton's variational principle linked with Gibbs free energy functions. The model is casted according to the firstorder shear deformation shell theory. The exact solution is derived for linearly constitutive properties, simply supported, shallow shell having rectangular planeform under static loadings. The effects of the material properties, layups of the constituent layers, and shell parameters on the free vibration behavior are investigated and analyzed. The accurate treatment of thermal, magnetic, electric, and elastic energies that are taken into account in this smart shell yields rather sophisticated equations for magnetic inductions, electric displacements and stress resultants. Therefore, the introduced model is expected to provide a foundation to investigate the interactive effects among the thermal, magnetic, electric, and elastic fields in smart shell structure. Indexed keywords: Constitutive properties; Electric displacement; Firstorder shear deformation shell; Free energy function; Free vibration behavior; Interactive effect; Simply supported; Variational principles Engineering controlled terms: Electric fields; Variational techniques Engineering main heading: Shells (structures)
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Subjects:  T Technology > TJ Mechanical engineering and machinery 
Academic Subject One:  mechanical structure 
Departments / MOR / COE:  Departments > Mechanical Engineering 
ID Code:  11150 
Deposited By:  Assoc Prof Hussain H. AlKayiem 
Deposited On:  16 Feb 2014 23:41 
Last Modified:  16 Feb 2014 23:41 
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