Acta Mechanica Solida Sinica

, Volume 30, Issue 4, pp 435–444 | Cite as

Vibrational frequency analysis of finite elastic tube filled with compressible viscous fluid

  • Ilyess Mnassri
  • Adil El Baroudi
Article

Abstract

The vibrational frequency analysis of finite elastic tube filled with compressible viscous fluid has received plenty of attention in recent years. To apply frequency analysis to defect detection for example, it is necessary to investigate the vibrational behavior under appropriate boundary conditions. In this paper, we present a detailed theoretical study of the three dimensional modal analysis of compressible fluid within an elastic cylinder. The dispersion equations of flexural, torsional and longitudinal modes are derived by elastodynamic theory and the unsteady Stokes equation. The symbolic software Mathematica is used in order to find the coupled vibration frequencies. The dispersion equation is deduced and analytically solved. The finite element results are compared with the present method for validation and an acceptable match between them are obtained.

Keywords

Frequency analysis Compressible Stokes flow Coupled vibration Elastodynamic 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Ilyess Mnassri
    • 1
  • Adil El Baroudi
    • 1
  1. 1.Arts et métiers ParisTechMechanicsFrance

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