
Accession Number : ADP001502
Title : Effect of Transverse Force on the ThicknessShear Resonance Frequencies in Rectangular, DoublyRotated Crystal Plates,
Corporate Author : PRINCETON UNIV NJ DEPT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
Personal Author(s) : Lee,P. C. Y. ; Lam,C. S.
Report Date : 1982
Pagination or Media Count : 8
Abstract : The effect of initial stresses, owing to the transverse loading, on the changes in the thicknessshear resonance frequencies in rectangular, doublyrotated crystal plates has been studied. The plate is clamped along one of its edges and is subject to a transverse load uniformly distributed along the opposite, parallel edge. The remaining pair of edges are free of traction. A system of onedimensional equations is derived from Mindlin's twodimensional firstorder equations for crystal plates. The governing equations for the first six displacement components symmetric to the x1x3 plane of the plate are employed to obtain the approximate twodimensional fields of displacement, strain and stress.
Descriptors : *Frequency, *Control, *Symposia, *Crystals, *Plates, Stresses, Loads(Forces), Transverse, Distribution, Equations, One dimensional, Symmetry, Displacement, Strain(Mechanics)
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