Functionally graded porous material and its application in sandwich beams for bending and vibration behaviors

Functionally graded porous material and its application in sandwich beams for bending and vibration behaviors

Lan Hoang Ton That

Faculty of Civil Engineering, HCMC University of Architecture, HCMC, Vietnam.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.7494/cmms.2024.1.0832

Abstract:

The article describes a functionally graded porous material in an application for sandwich beams. The bending and vibration behaviors of this structure are studied using the finite element method based on a simple beam model. The influences of some parameters, e.g., the porosity factor or the exponent graded, are also studied in this article. Finally, the numerical results are presented with some discussion.

Cite as:

That, L. (2024). Functionally graded porous material and its application in sandwich beams for bending and vibration behaviors. Computer Methods in Materials Science, 24(1), – . https://doi.org/10.7494/cmms.2024.1.0832

Article (PDF):

Accepted Manuscript – final pdf version coming soon

Keywords:

Functionally graded porous material, Sandwich beam, Bending, Vibration, Finite element method

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