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|Title:||Static and Dynamic Analyses of Mindlin Plates Resting on Viscoelastic Foundation by Using Moving Element Method|
|Authors:||Lương, Văn Hải|
Cao, Tấn Ngọc Thân
Tran, Minh Thi
Reddy, J. N.
Ang, Kok Keng
|Keywords:||Moving element method (MEM)|
|Series/Report no.:||International Journal of Structural Stability and Dynamics;18 .- p. 1-20|
|Abstract:||Presented herein is a novel computational approach using the moving element method (MEM) for simulating the dynamic response of Mindlin plate resting on a viscoelastic foundation and subjected to moving loads. The governing equations and the element mass, damping and sti®ness matrices are formulated in a convected coordinate system in which the origin is attached to the point of the moving applied load. Thus, the method simply treats moving loads as ‘stationary' at the nodes of the plate to avoid updating the locations of moving loads due to the change of the contact points on the plate. To verify the accuracy of the proposed computational approach, static and free vibration analyses of plates are investigated ¯rst. Next, the dynamic response of plate resting on a viscoelastic foundation subjected to a moving load is examined. A parametric study is performed to determine the e®ects of the load's velocity, foundation damping and foundation sti®ness on the dynamic response of a plate. Finally, the comparisons of the dynamic response of plates resting on viscoelastic foundation and subjected to moving vehicles with three models of load (single-wheel, single-axle and tandem-axle) are discussed.|
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