Preliminary Results on Vibration Damping Properties of Nanoscale-Reinforced Composite Materials

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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2042/6265
Title: Preliminary Results on Vibration Damping Properties of Nanoscale-Reinforced Composite Materials
Author: Kireitseu, M.-V.; Tomlinson, G.; Altenbach, H.; Rongong, G.; Bochkareva, L.-V.; Lu, J.; Hui, D.; Chao, Ching-Kong
Abstract: Nanomaterials, vibration damping, carbon nanotube, dynamics, modelling, fractureThe focus in this paper is an analysis of existing state of the arts directed toward the development of the next generation of vibration damping systems. The research work concentrates on an investigation related to nanoparticles/fibres/tubes-reinforced materials and coatings dynamic characterization and modeling of the fundamental phenomena that control relationships between structure and damping/mechanical properties of the materials. We simulated composite materials using finite element and mesh free methods, using a hollow shell representation of the individual nanotube/fiber. Results of the research work will provide a platform for the development of nanoparticle-reinforced damping materials that are light-weight, vibration and shock resistant. The outcome of the research work is expected to have wide-ranging technical benefits with direct relevance to industry in areas of transportation (aerospace, automotive, rail), electronics and civil infrastructure development.
Description: 159-164
Subject: Nanomaterials, vibration damping, carbon nanotube, dynamics, modelling, fracture
Publisher: TIMA Editions , Grenoble, France
Date: 2006

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