Sidi Mohammef Hamza-cherif

Sidi Mohammef Hamza-cherif
Abou Bakr Belkaid University of Tlemcen · Département de Génie Mécanique

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This article presents the critical speed analysis of spinning laminated composite shaft under the different coupling mechanism effects based on isogeometric analysis. The analysis of the layered tubular composite shaft is usually performed using shell elements, but the present study concerns with the equivalent single layer theory (ESLT) obtained f...
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This article presents the critical speed analysis of spinning laminated composite shaft under the different coupling mechanism effects based on isogeometric analysis. The analysis of the layered tubular composite shaft is usually performed using shell elements, but the present study concerns with the equivalent single layer theory (ESLT) obtained f...
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This paper presents the free vibration analysis of isotropic thick rectangular plates, based on higher order shear deformation theory (HSDT). The plate theory ensures a zero shear-stress condition at the top and bottom surfaces of the plate, and do not requires a shear correction factor. The model requires inter-element C1 continuity for the transv...
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AbstractThis paper presents the free vibration analysis of composite thick rectangular plates coupled with fluid, The governing equations for a thick rectangular plate are analytically based on Reddys higher order shear deformation theory (HSDT). The plate theory ensures a zero shear-stress condition at the top and bottom surfaces of the plate and...
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In this paper, the free vibration analysis of composite laminated beams reinforced with parabolic fibers are studied on the basis of the equivalent single layer theory (ESLT) using the isogeomtric analysis method. In the composite material with variable stiffness (VSCL), each layer is reinforced by curvilinear fiber, while in the traditional compos...
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Thermally induced structural motions are known to affect the attitude dynamics of earth orbiting satellite. During eclipse transitions, the suddenly applied thermal loading is apt to introducing dynamics of flexible solar panels. Solar panel consists of honeycomb sandwich structures with facesheets. To enable future improvements, the FGM facesheets...
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This paper presents the free vibration analysis of a composite laminated square plate with complicated cutout. The problem formulation is based on the higher order shear deformation plate theory HDST C⁰ coupled with a curved quadrilateral p-element. The elements of the stiffness and mass matrices are calculated analytically. The curved edges are ac...
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In this article, natural frequencies of variable stiffness composite laminate (VSCL) plates with curvilinear fibers submerged in fluid with different depths of submersion are studied. In each layer of VSCL plate, the fiber-orientation angle changes linearly with respect to the horizontal coordinate. The problem is solved by using the hierarchical f...
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This paper presents the free vibration analysis of a composite laminated and sandwich square plate with circular cutout. The problem formulation is based on the higher order shear deformation plate theory HDST C⁰ coupled with a curved quadrilateral p-element. The elements of the stiffness and mass matrices are calculated analytically. The curved ed...
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This paper presents a numerical method for determining natural frequencies and vibration modes of sandwich thick plates reinforced with parabolic fibers. The approach is based on the p-version finite element method with hierarchical trigonometric functions and Reddy’s high order shear deformation theory. The equations of motion of free vibration of...
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This paper presents the free vibration analysis of a variable stiffness composite laminate (VSCL) square plate with circular cutout. Although the h-version of the finite element method is quite attractive, it could not be used in the VSCL plate. This is due to the difficulties associated with the inter-element continuity for the curvilinear fibre a...
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A hierarchical finite element is developed for the free vibration analysis of a liquid in a rigid cylindrical tank with or without a free surface. It is a hierarchical quadrilateral element and has the advantage that the hierarchical mode number is allowed to vary independently of direction. Liquid behavior in tanks with large aspect ratios can the...
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This paper presents the free vibration analysis of composite thick rectangular plates, based on Reddy’s higher order shear deformation theory (HSDT). The plate theory ensures a zero shear-stress condition at the top and bottom surfaces of the plate and do not requires a shear correction factor. Although the plate theory is quite attractive, it coul...
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Thermally induced structural motions are known to affect the attitude dynamics of earth orbiting satellite. During eclipse transitions, the suddenly applied thermal loading is apt to introducing dynamics of flexible solar panels. Solar panel consists of honeycomb sandwich structures with facesheets. To enable future improvements, the FGM facesheets...
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A p-version of the finite element method is applied to free vibration analysis of rotating beams in conjunction with the modeling dynamic method using the arc-length stretch deformation. In this study the flexible and the rigid body degrees of freedom (d.o.f.) are supposedly uncoupled, the linear equations of motion are derived for flapwise and cho...
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This paper is concerned with the dynamic behavior of the rotating composite shaft on rigid bearings. A p-version, hierarchical finite element is employed to define the model. A theoretical study allows the establishment of the kinetic energy and the strain energy of the shaft, necessary to the result of the equations of motion. In this model the tr...
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The h-p version of the finite element method (FEM) is considered to determine the transient temperature distribution in functionally graded materials (FGM). The h-p version may be regarded as the marriage of conventional h-version and p-version. The graded Fourier p-element is used to set up the two-dimensional heat conduction equations. The temper...
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A p-version of the finite element method in conjunction with the modeling dynamic method using the arc-length stretch deformation is considered to determine the bending natural frequencies of a cantilever flexible plate mounted on the periphery of a rotating hub. The plate Fourier p-element is used to set up the linear equations of motion. The tran...
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The functionally graded materials (FGM) applications in engineering become more and more important in the future. The FGMs are composite materials where the microstructures are locally varied. The composition and the volume fraction of FGMs constituents vary gradually, giving a non uniform microstructure with continuously graded macro properties. D...

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