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Acta Mechanica Sinica

, Volume 34, Issue 5, pp 871–882 | Cite as

Bending of Euler–Bernoulli nanobeams based on the strain-driven and stress-driven nonlocal integral models: a numerical approach

  • M. Faraji Oskouie
  • R. Ansari
  • H. Rouhi
Research Paper

Abstract

Eringen’s nonlocal elasticity theory is extensively employed for the analysis of nanostructures because it is able to capture nanoscale effects. Previous studies have revealed that using the differential form of the strain-driven version of this theory leads to paradoxical results in some cases, such as bending analysis of cantilevers, and recourse must be made to the integral version. In this article, a novel numerical approach is developed for the bending analysis of Euler–Bernoulli nanobeams in the context of strain- and stress-driven integral nonlocal models. This numerical approach is proposed for the direct solution to bypass the difficulties related to converting the integral governing equation into a differential equation. First, the governing equation is derived based on both strain-driven and stress-driven nonlocal models by means of the minimum total potential energy. Also, in each case, the governing equation is obtained in both strong and weak forms. To solve numerically the derived equations, matrix differential and integral operators are constructed based upon the finite difference technique and trapezoidal integration rule. It is shown that the proposed numerical approach can be efficiently applied to the strain-driven nonlocal model with the aim of resolving the mentioned paradoxes. Also, it is able to solve the problem based on the strain-driven model without inconsistencies of the application of this model that are reported in the literature.

Keywords

Eringen’s nonlocal theory Stress-driven model Strain-driven model Euler–Bernoulli beam Numerical approach Paradox 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Mechanical EngineeringUniversity of GuilanRashtIran
  2. 2.Department of Engineering Science, Faculty of Technology and Engineering, East of GuilanUniversity of GuilanRudsar-VajargahIran

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