The focus of the present work is to present an analytical approach for buckling and free vibrations analysis of thick functionally graded nanoplates embedded in a WinklerPasternak medium. The equations of motion are derived according to both the thirdorder shear deformation theory, proposed by Reddy, and the nonlocal elasticity Eringen's model. For the first time, the equations are solved analytically for plates with two simply supported opposite edges, the solutions also turning helpful as shape functions in the analysis of structures with more complex geometries and boundary conditions. Sensitivity analyses are finally performed to highlight the role of nonlocal parameters, aspect and side-to-thickness ratios, boundary conditions, and functionally graded material properties in the overall response of plates and cylindrical shells. It is felt that the proposed strategy could be usefully adopted as benchmark solutions in numerical routines as well as for predicting some unexpected behaviors, for instance, in terms of buckling load, in thick nanoplates on elastic foundations

Third-order nonlocal elasticity in buckling and vibration of functionally graded nanoplates on Winkler-Pasternak media / Cutolo, Arsenio; Mallardo, Vincenzo; Fraldi, Massimiliano; Ruocco, Eugenio. - In: ANNALS OF SOLID AND STRUCTURAL MECHANICS. - ISSN 1867-6936. - (2020).

Third-order nonlocal elasticity in buckling and vibration of functionally graded nanoplates on Winkler-Pasternak media

Arsenio Cutolo;Massimiliano Fraldi;
2020

Abstract

The focus of the present work is to present an analytical approach for buckling and free vibrations analysis of thick functionally graded nanoplates embedded in a WinklerPasternak medium. The equations of motion are derived according to both the thirdorder shear deformation theory, proposed by Reddy, and the nonlocal elasticity Eringen's model. For the first time, the equations are solved analytically for plates with two simply supported opposite edges, the solutions also turning helpful as shape functions in the analysis of structures with more complex geometries and boundary conditions. Sensitivity analyses are finally performed to highlight the role of nonlocal parameters, aspect and side-to-thickness ratios, boundary conditions, and functionally graded material properties in the overall response of plates and cylindrical shells. It is felt that the proposed strategy could be usefully adopted as benchmark solutions in numerical routines as well as for predicting some unexpected behaviors, for instance, in terms of buckling load, in thick nanoplates on elastic foundations
2020
Third-order nonlocal elasticity in buckling and vibration of functionally graded nanoplates on Winkler-Pasternak media / Cutolo, Arsenio; Mallardo, Vincenzo; Fraldi, Massimiliano; Ruocco, Eugenio. - In: ANNALS OF SOLID AND STRUCTURAL MECHANICS. - ISSN 1867-6936. - (2020).
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