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Volume 148, 2018International Conference on Engineering Vibration (ICoEV 2017)
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Section||Wave Mechanics: Generation and Propagation of Waves in Fluids, Solids and Structures|
|Published online||02 February 2018|
Axial Wave Reflection and Transmission in Stepped Nanorods Using Doublet Mechanics Theory
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Trakya University, Turkey
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A numerical investigation of the reflection and transmission of axial waves at stepped nanorods is presented. The scale dependent doublet mechanics theory is used in the analysis. The main difference of the doublet mechanics from other scale dependent models (stress gradient, strain gradient and couple stress theories) is its direct dependence to the micro/nano structure of the solid. Scale parameter is directly related to atomic structure of the material in doublet mechanics theory and it is assumed as carbon-carbon bond length in the present study. However, identification of scale parameters in other scale dependent theories is difficult compared to doublet mechanics theory. Governing equations of stepped nanorods are derived in the framework of doublet mechanics using the Hamilton Principle. The numerical results predicted by doublet mechanics are shown and compared with the classical elasticity.
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