Papers by Keyword: Shear Stress

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Authors: Xin Feng Wu, Jian Ying Xu, Jing Xin Hao, Rui Liao, Zhu Zhong
Abstract: The effect of construction parameters and material type on bending shear stress and shear force was analyzed systematically. It is shown that maximum bending shear stress of sandwich construction is smaller than homogeneous single layer beam with same cross section if the skin has higher modulus than the core. Besides the effect of core or skin layer to shear force is almost identical for sandwich composite composed by different materials with same construction parameter. In addition, the shear force can be taken almost by the core of sandwich beam only if the ratio of core thickness to the whole is more than. Otherwise the resistance to shear force of skin layer should be considered to calculate the shear deformation. The results can provide basic theory for design optimization of sandwich construction.
Authors: Rui Liang Xu, Tao Yang
Abstract: This paper describes the main properties of the soil, in the analysis of the soil under the horizontal load stress distribution and stress - deformation relationship on the basis of research issues related to wheeled vehicles and tracked vehicles traction. The formula gives the vehicle traction, analyzes the factors that affect vehicle traction and proposes an effective method to improve vehicle traction.
Authors: Kai Xue, Yong Xin Li, Wei Yuan Wang
Abstract: This paper concerns a venation-like design method of rib layout and its application on some plates subjected to bending loads. Main topological characters of dicotyledonous venation and two determinative mechanical parameters in leaf venation morphogenesis theories are extracted, on the basis of those elicitations, a venation growing algorithm is proposed as an attempt at the proper layout of ribs in plate. Energy criterion and shear stress is specified as the factor orienting mainvein and subveins respectively. Vectorial equation equilibrium is used in reorganization to calculate widths and adjust vein cells slightly. Finite element method functions as background technique, under which several simple-shaped plates under bending loads are designed by venation growing algorithm. The resultant venation-like ribs offer multi-balanced improvements.
Authors: V.A. Bilyk, E.V. Korobko, G.N. Reizina, E.A. Bashtovaya, E.B. Kaberdina, V.A. Kuzmin
Abstract: Electro-rheological fluids (ERF) allow us to create «smart» devices. One of the basic directions of application of such materials is damping in oscillating systems. This work describes simulation model and offers the results of experimental research by rheological properties and damping characteristic of ERF. Control signal is defined by electric field intensity, which is changed within the bounds of 0…0.5 kV/mm. Amplitude of oscillation – up to 5 mm, oscillation frequency is modified within the bounds of 0.5…5 Hz. The logarithmic damping decrement and natural oscillation frequency of oscillating system, shear stress and viscosity of ERF are determined.
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