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Effects of Residual Stress on the Hydro-Elastic Vibration of Circular Diaphragm

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DOI: 10.4236/wjm.2012.26041    3,654 Downloads   5,754 Views Citations
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The effects of residual stress on the hydro-elastic vibration of circular diaphragm are theoretically investigated by using the added mass approach. The Kirchhoff theory of plates is used to model the elastic thin circular diaphragm on an aperture of an infinite rigid wall and in contact with a fluid on one side. The fluid is assumed to be incompressible and inviscid and the velocity potential is used to describe its irrotational motion. A non-dimensional tension parameter is defined, and the effects of the tension parameter on the frequency parameters and mode shapes of the diaphragm in the air are presented. The Hankel transform is applied to solve the fluid-diaphragm coupled system; boundary conditions are expressed by integral equations. Finally, the effects of residual stress on the non-dimensional added virtual mass incremental (NAVMI) factors of the diaphragm contact with a fluid on one side are investigated. It is found that the effects of the residual stress cannot be neglected when the edges of the circular diaphragm are clamped. The effects of residual stress for NAVMI factors can be increases 11% when the non-dimensional tension parameter is 1000.

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J. Zhao and S. Yu, "Effects of Residual Stress on the Hydro-Elastic Vibration of Circular Diaphragm," World Journal of Mechanics, Vol. 2 No. 6, 2012, pp. 361-368. doi: 10.4236/wjm.2012.26041.

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