Structural Analysis of Unsymmetric Laminated Composite Timoshenko Beam Subjected to Moving Load

Document Type: English

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Department of Mechanical Engineering, Semnan Branch, Islamic Azad University, Semnan, Iran.

Abstract

The structural analysis of an infinite unsymmetric laminated composite Timoshenko beam over Pasternak viscoelastic foundation under moving load is studied. The beam is subjected to a travelling concentrated load. Closed form steady state solutions, based on the first-order shear deformation theory (FSDT) are developed. In this analysis, the effect of bend-twist coupling is also evaluated. Selecting of an appropriate displacement field for deflection of the composite beam and using the principle of total minimum potential energy, the governing differential equations of motion are obtained and solved using complex infinite Fourier transformation method. The dynamic response of unsymmetric angle-ply laminated beam under moving load has been compared with existing results in the literature and a very good agreement is observed. The results for variation of the deflection, bending moment, shear force and bending stress are presented. In addition, the influences of the stiffness, shear layer viscosity of foundation, velocity of the moving load and also different thicknesses of the beam on the structural response are studied.

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