Random Vibrations of Geometrically Nonlinear Finite Element Plates and Shells

by Charles C. T. Chen, Purdue Univ, United States,
Henry T. Y. Yang, Purdue Univ, United States,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Structural Safety and Reliability


A finite element formulation combined with stochastic linearization and normal mode methods are developed for the study of geometrically nonlinear random vibration characteristics of plate and shell structures subjected to stationary white and nonwhite random loadings. Examples include a plate and a shell under various random loadings. Results are compared with alternative solutions whenever available.

Subject Headings: Nonlinear finite element analysis | Vibration | Geometrics | Plates | Stochastic processes | Finite element method | Stationary processes | Linear functions

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