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1(b)) and distortional vibration (fold-line membrane displacements – see Fig. 1(c)). 1 (a) Global (flexural-torsional), (b) local-plate and (c) distortional vibration phenomena. 36 GBT-based local and global vibration analysis 37 The pioneer work addressing the local vibration of isotropic thin-walled members was carried out in the 1950s and disseminated through NACA (National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics) reports co-authored by Budiansky and Fralich (1954), Fitcher and Kordes (1959) and Thomson and Kruszewski (1961).
1 Formulation In a GBT formulation, the displacement field at a given member crosssection is expressed as a linear combination of orthogonal deformation modes, which makes it possible to write the equilibrium equations and boundary conditions in a unique and very convenient fashion − indeed, one is then able GBT-based local and global vibration analysis 41 to perform a very easy and ‘natural’ modal analysis of the cross-section deformed configuration that contributes to a deeper understanding about the thin-walled member structural behaviour.
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Analysis and Design of Plated Structs. [V. 2 - Dynamics] by N. Shanmugam, C. Wang