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Title: Free vibration analysis and optimal design of an adhesively bonded double containment cantilever joint
Authors: Apalak, M Kemal
Ekici, Recep
Yildirim, Mustafa
Keywords: ANN
Adhesive joint
Free vibration
Genetic algorithm
Mode shape
Natural frequency
Issue Date: Oct-2008
Publisher: CSIR
Abstract: This study presents three-dimensional free vibration and stress analyses of an adhesively bonded double containment cantilever joint. Modulus of elasticity, Poisson’s ratio and density had negligible effect on natural frequencies and mode shapes of adhesive joint. ANN models predicted that support length and plate thickness played important role on natural frequencies, mode shapes and modal strain energy of adhesive joint whereas adhesive thickness has a minor effect. Genetic Algorithm combined with ANN model determined optimum geometrical dimensions, which are satisfying maximum natural frequency and minimum elastic modal strain energy conditions for each natural frequency and mode shape of the adhesively bonded double containment cantilever joint.
Page(s): 797-806
ISSN: 0022-4456
Source:JSIR Vol.67(10) [October 2008]

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