A Damping Model for the Vibration of Nonlinear Laminated Composite Cylindrical Panels with High Order Transverse Shears

by L. S. Chien, Air Force Inst of Technology, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, United States,
A. N. Palazotto, Air Force Inst of Technology, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, United States,



Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Mechanics Computing in 1990's and Beyond

Abstract: The damping characteristics of nonlinear vibration of a cylindrical panel including large displacements/rotations and parabolic transverse shears has been discussed in this study. The damped results agree with the physical observation in terms of energy dissipation. The two degree-of-freedom damping model will be incorporated for further numerical study in damping characteristics of nonlinear vibration of a composite cylindrical panel with high amplitude.

Subject Headings: Damping | Vibration | Panels (structural) | Numerical analysis | Laminated materials | Transverse shear | Model analysis

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