Electromagnetic forced vibrations of composite nanoplates using nonlocal strain gradient theory.
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AbstractThis article is intended to analyze forced vibrations of a piezoelectric-piezomagnetic ceramic nanoplate by a new refined shear deformation plate theory in conjunction with higher-order nonlocal strain gradient theory. As both stress nonlocality and strain gradient size-dependent effects are taken into account using the higher-order nonlocal strain gradient theory, the governing equations of the composite nanoplate are formulated. When the nanoplate is subjected to a transverse harmonic loading and all the edges are considered as simple boundaries, the governing equations can be solved with a closed-form solution, from which the maximum dynamic deflections are obtained. To validate the results of the new proposed plate theory, the comparisons between ours and the well-known papers in the literature are presented. The influences of different nonlocal parameters and material properties on the nanoplate's dynamic responses are also studied.
CitationMalikan, M., Nguyen, V., Tornabene, F., (2018) 'Electromagnetic forced vibrations of composite nanoplates using nonlocal strain gradient theory', Materials Research Express 5(7).
JournalMaterials Research Express