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Hierarchical Composite Materials

Materials, Manufacturing, Engineering

Ed. by Kumar, Kaushik / Davim, J. Paulo

With contrib. by Abdulrahman, Kamardeen O. / Abed, Alaaeddin M. H. / Faris M, AL-Oqla / Bayode, Abiodun / Bhowmick, Shubhankar / Dey, Sudip / Duy Hien, Ta / Karsh, Pradeep Kumar / Kumar Gaba, Vivek / Kumar Singh, Akant / Kumar Singh, Prashant / Mahamood, Rasheedat M. / Mukhopadhyay, Tanmoy / Owolabi, Gbadebo Moses / Pityana, Sisa / Nath Saha, Kashi / Sanyal, Subhashis / Sapuan, S. M. / Siddhartha, Siddhartha / Sondhi, Lakshman / Subramaniam, Savita K / Mohd Zuhri, Mohamed Yusoff / Zainudin, E.S. / Zindani, Divya / Titilayo Akinlabi, Esther

Series:Advanced Composites 8

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Publication Date:
April 2018
Copyright year:
2019
ISBN
978-3-11-054510-4
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8. Fuzzy-based frequency response function analysis of functionally graded plates

Karsh, P. K. / Mukhopadhyay, T. / Dey, S.

Abstract

In the present chapter, fuzzy approach is utilized in the assessment of frequency response function (FRF) analysis of functionally graded plates (FGPs). FGP has significant applications in aerospace, marine, medical, and civil structures due to its unique properties such as high-temperature resistance, non-corrosiveness, and high strength and stiffness. The uncertainty quantification of FRF is portrayed. The fuzziness is considered due to its variability in material properties corresponding to the various α-cuts. The power law is implied for characterizing the material modelling. A parametric study is carried out to observe the effect of location of drive point and cross points on uncertain bounds of FRF with respect to crisp values.

Citation Information

P. K. Karsh, T. Mukhopadhyay, S. Dey (2018). 8. Fuzzy-based frequency response function analysis of functionally graded plates. In Kaushik Kumar, J. Paulo Davim (Eds.), Hierarchical Composite Materials: Materials, Manufacturing, Engineering (pp. 119–139). Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter. https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110545104-008

Book DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110545104

Online ISBN: 9783110545104

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