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Vibration Analysis and Damping Prediction of Damped Composite Laminates by Using Multilayer Higher-Order-Deformable Finite Elements (1st Report, Finite Element Formulation and Applications to CFRP Laminates with Constrained Damping Layers)
Transactions of the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers Series C
Multilayer (ML) plate/shell finite elements (FEs) based on a versatile higher-order-deformable (HOD) theory are developed for free vibration analysis and damping prediction of damped composite laminates. The developed FEs allow one to arrange through-the-thickness degrees of freedom (DOF) by specifying the degrees of multilayer dicretization (ML, or Equivalent-Single-Layer: ESL) and deformation assumptions (First-Order-Shear-Deforable: FOSD, or HOD). By comparing the numerical results of thedoi:10.1299/kikaic.70.933 fatcat:kdbmfpjgqnavjj6se4bm6vslhq