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Schematic description of the system at different loading stages. The upper ...
Published Online: February 22, 2024
Fig. 1 Schematic description of the system at different loading stages. The upper wall moves, parallel to the fixed wall, against a nonlinear spring: ( a ) initial state, when P = 0, ( b ) point contact between the beam and the wall, and ( c ) line contact. The moving wall and the fixed surface ... More about this image found in Schematic description of the system at different loading stages. The upper ...
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The deflection shape function    ψ  (    x  ¯    ,  ζ  )   , for values of ...
Published Online: February 22, 2024
Fig. 3 The deflection shape function ψ ( x ¯ , ζ ) , for values of ζ = 1 , 4 3 , 5 3 , 2 , associated with a point contact. The deflection shape function for line contact is indifferent to ζ and corresponds to ψ with ζ = 2 .... More about this image found in The deflection shape function ψ ( x ¯ , ζ ) , for values of ...
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The behavior predicted by the theoretical model with a stiffening spring (E...
Published Online: February 22, 2024
Fig. 4 The behavior predicted by the theoretical model with a stiffening spring (Eq. (35) ) characterized by α ¯ = 9 ⋅ 10 − 4 and D ~ 0 = 3 : ( a ) ζ as a function of η , ( b ) ζ as a function of y ¯ , ( c ) y ¯ as a functi... More about this image found in The behavior predicted by the theoretical model with a stiffening spring (E...
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The behavior predicted by the theoretical model with a softening spring (Eq...
Published Online: February 22, 2024
Fig. 5 The behavior predicted by the theoretical model with a softening spring (Eq. (36) ) characterized by α ¯ = 9 ⋅ 10 − 4 and D ~ 0 = 3 : ( a ) ζ as a function of η , ( b ) ζ as a function of y ¯ , ( c ) y ¯ as a functio... More about this image found in The behavior predicted by the theoretical model with a softening spring (Eq...
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A comparison between the behavior with a stiffening spring (Eq.  (35) ), so...
Published Online: February 22, 2024
Fig. 6 A comparison between the behavior with a stiffening spring (Eq. (35) ), softening spring (Eq. (36) ), and a linear spring, all having the same value of α ¯ = 0.2 and D ~ 0 = 3 : ( a ) ζ as a function of η , ( b ) ζ as a function of y ¯ ... More about this image found in A comparison between the behavior with a stiffening spring (Eq. (35) ), so...
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A comparison between the behavior with a stiffening spring (Eq.  (35) ), so...
Published Online: February 22, 2024
Fig. 7 A comparison between the behavior with a stiffening spring (Eq. (35) ), softening spring (Eq. (36) ), and a linear spring, all having the same value of α ¯ = 5 ⋅ 10 − 3 and D ~ 0 = 3 : ( a ) ζ as a function of η , ( b ) ζ as a function ... More about this image found in A comparison between the behavior with a stiffening spring (Eq. (35) ), so...
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Experimental results (blue curve) compared with small-deformation analysis ...
Published Online: February 22, 2024
Fig. 9 Experimental results (blue curve) compared with small-deformation analysis (black curve) for a system with a stiffening spring characterized by an initial stiffness of α ¯ = 0.11 and D 0 = 2 mm . ( a ) ζ versus η , ( b ) ζ versus y ¯ ,... More about this image found in Experimental results (blue curve) compared with small-deformation analysis ...
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Experimental results (blue curve) compared with small-deformation analysis ...
Published Online: February 22, 2024
Fig. 10 Experimental results (blue curve) compared with small-deformation analysis (black curve) for a system with a softening spring characterized by an initial stiffness of α ¯ = 0.11 and D 0 = 2 mm : ( a ) ζ versus η , ( b ) ζ versus y ¯ ,... More about this image found in Experimental results (blue curve) compared with small-deformation analysis ...
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Experimental results (blue curve) compared with small-deformation analysis ...
Published Online: February 22, 2024
Fig. 11 Experimental results (blue curve) compared with small-deformation analysis (black curve) for a system with a stiffening spring characterized by an initial stiffness of α ¯ = 0.16 and D 0 = 2 mm . ( a ) ζ versus η . ( b ) ζ versus y ¯ ... More about this image found in Experimental results (blue curve) compared with small-deformation analysis ...
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Experimental results (blue curve) compared with small-deformation analysis ...
Published Online: February 22, 2024
Fig. 12 Experimental results (blue curve) compared with small-deformation analysis (black curve) for a system with a Softening spring characterized by an initial stiffness of α ¯ = 0.16 and D 0 = 2 mm : ( a ) ζ versus η , ( b ) ζ versus y ¯ ,... More about this image found in Experimental results (blue curve) compared with small-deformation analysis ...
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Experimental results (blue curve) compared with small-deformation analysis ...
Published Online: February 22, 2024
Fig. 13 Experimental results (blue curve) compared with small-deformation analysis (black curves; Mode 2, illustrated with a broken line, is shown for reference) for a system with a stiffening spring characterized by an initial stiffness of α ¯ = 0.23 and D 0 = 2 mm . ... More about this image found in Experimental results (blue curve) compared with small-deformation analysis ...
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Experimental results (blue curve) compared with small-deformation analysis ...
Published Online: February 22, 2024
Fig. 14 Experimental results (blue curve) compared with small-deformation analysis (black curve) for a system with a Softening spring characterized by an initial stiffness of α ¯ = 0.23 and D 0 = 3 mm . ( a ) ζ versus η , ( b ) ζ versus y ¯ ,... More about this image found in Experimental results (blue curve) compared with small-deformation analysis ...
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Drawings of the three softening springs: ( a )    1.7    N  /  mm    , ( b ...
Published Online: February 22, 2024
Fig. 15 Drawings of the three softening springs: ( a ) 1.7 N / mm , ( b ) 2.4 N / mm , and ( c ) 3.5 N / mm . The (out of plane) depth of all specimens is b = 4 ( mm ) . More about this image found in Drawings of the three softening springs: ( a ) 1.7 N / mm , ( b ...