Accession Number : ADP001502
Title : Effect of Transverse Force on the Thickness-Shear Resonance Frequencies in Rectangular, Doubly-Rotated 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 thickness-shear resonance frequencies in rectangular, doubly-rotated 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 one-dimensional equations is derived from Mindlin's two-dimensional first-order 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 two-dimensional 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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