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Dynamic Analysis of Functionally Graded Porous Plates Resting on Elastic Foundation Taking into Mass subjected to Moving Loads Using an Edge-Based Smoothed Finite Element Method


Trung Thanh Tran, Quoc-Hoa Pham, Trung Nguyen-Thoi

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Shock and Vibration, 2020: 8853920, 2020 (ISI)
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The paper presents the extension of an edge-based smoothed finite element method using three-node triangular elements for dynamic analysis of the functionally graded porous (FGP) plates subjected to moving loads resting on the elastic foundation taking into mass (EFTIM). In this study, the edge-based smoothed technique is integrated with the mixed interpolation of the tensorial component technique for the three-node triangular element (MITC3) to give so-called ES-MITC3, which helps improve significantly the accuracy for the standard MITC3 element. The EFTIM model is formed by adding a mass parameter of foundation into the Winkler–Pasternak foundation model. Two parameters of the FGP materials, the power-law index (k) and the maximum porosity distributions (Ω), take forms of cosine functions. Some numerical results of the proposed method are compared with those of published works to verify the accuracy and reliability. Furthermore, the effects of geometric parameters and materials on forced vibration of the FGP plates resting on the EFTIM are also studied in detail.