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Title: Discrete singular convolution for vibration analysis of plates
Authors: ZHAO YIBAO
Keywords: Vibration Analysis, Discrete Singular Convolution, Beams, Thin Plates, Internal Support, High Frequency
Issue Date: 10-May-2004
Source: ZHAO YIBAO (2004-05-10). Discrete singular convolution for vibration analysis of plates. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This thesis explores the application of discrete singular convolution (DSC) algorithm for vibration analysis. Comprehensive comparison and case studies are used to validate this new method. The DSC method has been successfully applied to beams and thin plates with simply supported (S), clamped (C) and transversely supported with elastic rotation (E) edges, due to the exact implementation of the boundary conditions by proper extensions. Extensive studies are conducted on plates with a variety of internal supports. Moreover, the DSC method exhibits overwhelming accuracy and stability in the study of high frequency vibration. However, as a new alternative, the DSC analysis is still expected to have further studies so that it can be recognized as one of those popular and robust solution methods, such as the Rayleigh-Ritz method and the GDQ method, etc. For integrity, this thesis includes an introduction to the mechanism of the vibration problem.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/13946
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