Analysis of Fiberglass Winding Angle on Natural Frequency of Free Vibration of Cylindrical Shell with Asymmetric Boundary Conditions

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In order to obtain approximate solution of natural frequencies for the free vibration of anisotropic circular cylindrical shells made of GFRP (glass fiber-reinforced plastic) with asymmetric boundary conditions, Love’s theory and energy method are used. Computation results show that the fundamental natural frequency comes from different vibration modes while the winding angle varies, the effect of number of axial half waves is stronger than number of circumferential waves on natural frequency of free vibration of anisotropic circular cylindrical shell. The effect of shell’s geometrical parameters is also investigated on natural frequencies.

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Junpeng Shao and Xianli Liu

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65-69

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Z. W. Wang et al., "Analysis of Fiberglass Winding Angle on Natural Frequency of Free Vibration of Cylindrical Shell with Asymmetric Boundary Conditions", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 274, pp. 65-69, 2013

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January 2013

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