Nonlinear Internal Resonance of Functionally Graded Cylindrical Shells Using the Hamiltonian Dynamics
Internal resonance in nonlinear vibration of functionally graded (FG) circular cylindrical shells in thermal environment is studied using the Hamiltonian dynamics formulation. The material properties are considered to be temperature-dependent. Based on the Kármán-Donnell’s nonlinear shell theory, the kinetic and potential energy of FG cylindrical thin shells are formulated. The primary target is to investigate the two-mode internal resonance, which is triggered by geometric and material parameters of shells. Following a secular perturbation procedure, the underlying dynamic characteristics of the two-mode interactions in both exact and near resonance cases are fully discussed. It is revealed that the system will undergo a bifurcation in near resonance case, which induces the dynamic response at high energy level being distinct from the motion at low energy level. The effects of temperature and volume fractions of composition on the exact resonance condition and bifurcation characteristics of FG cylindrical shells are also investigated.
Key Wordsfunctionally graded material cylindrical shells nonlinear vibration internal resonance Hamiltonian dynamics
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