Patchwise reprouducing polynomial partlce method for thick plates: Bending, free vibration, and buckling
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- Patchwise reprouducing polynomial partlce method for thick plates: Bending, free vibration, and buckling
- Jang, Bongsoo; Kim, Hyunju
- Meshfree methods; partition of unity function with flat-top; reproducing polynomial particle shape functions; Reissner-Mindlin plate theory
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- THE JOURNAL OF THE KOREAN SOCIETY FOR INDUSTRIAL AND APPLIED MATHEMATICS, v.17, no.2, pp.67 - 85
- Reproducing Polynomial Particle Method (RPPM) is one of meshless methods that use meshes minimally or do not use meshes at all. In this paper, the RPPM is employed for free vibration analysis of shear-deformable plates of the first order shear deformation model (FSDT), called Reissner-Mindlin plate. For numerical implementation, we use flat-top partition of unity functions, introduced by Oh et al, and patchwise RPPM in which approximation functions have high order polynomial reproducing property and the Kronecker delta property. Also, we demonstrate that our method is highly effective than other existing results for various aspect ratios and boundary conditions.
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