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Volume 11 |Article ID 143536 | https://doi.org/10.1155/2004/143536

Michele Di Sciuva, Cecilia Surace, "Natural Frequencies of a Cracked Beam Coupled with a Compressible Sloshing Fluid", Shock and Vibration, vol. 11, Article ID 143536, 15 pages, 2004. https://doi.org/10.1155/2004/143536

Natural Frequencies of a Cracked Beam Coupled with a Compressible Sloshing Fluid

Received24 Aug 2004
Revised24 Aug 2004

Abstract

This article describes studies into the flexural vibration of a cracked cantilevered beam in contact with a non-viscous fluid. The crack has been represented by a mass-less rotational spring, the flexibility of which has been calculated using linear fracture mechanics. The coupled system is subject to undisturbed boundary condition at infinity in the fluid domain. A range of different boundary conditions have been analysed such as both incompressible and compressible fluid, with and without sloshing. Various crack sizes and positions have been considered in order to assess the effect of damage in the fluid-structure interaction problem.

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