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|Title:||Analytical solution for sound radiation characteristics of graphene nanocomposites plate: Effect of porosity and variable edge load|
|Citation:||International Journal of Structural Stability and Dynamics , Vol. , , p. -|
|Abstract:||The e®ects of graded dispersion of graphene platelets and porosity on vibro-acoustics of nanocomposite plate exposed to variable edge loads are analytically investigated. Voigt and Halpin–Tsai micromechanics model is used to obtain e®ective properties of the porous graphene nanocomposites. The strain energy technique is implemented to estimate the buckling load (Pcr). By means of Reddy's third-order shear deformation theorem and Rayleigh Integral, vibration and acoustic responses are obtained. After validating the present analysis with the published results, the nature of edge loads on buckling and vibro-acoustic response is signi¯cant. It is noted that an increase in the intensity of non-uniform in-plane loads leads to changes in free vibration modes and resonant amplitude of response. The weight percentage and grading pattern of graphene reinforcement cause the sti®ness hardening e®ect, whereas porosity distribution and coe±cients cause the sti®ness softening e®ect on the nanocomposite plate. It is found that the plate with symmetric distribution of graphene platelets with more concentration at the surface and symmetric porosity variation with more porosity at the center radiates less sound power. #c World Scienti¯c Publishing Company.|
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