The study of the magnetoelastic vibrations of a flat plate immersed in a uniform applied external magnetic field is presented. Kirchhoff’s plate theory and the model of a perfect conductive medium are used. The conditions for the existence of localized bending vibrations in the vicinity of the free edge of the plate are established. It is shown that the localized vibrations can be detected and eventually can be eliminated by means of an applied magnetic field.
Localized Magnetoelastic Bending Vibration of an Electroconductive Elastic Plate
Belubekyan, M., Ghazaryan, K., Marzocca, P., and Cormier, C. (May 19, 2006). "Localized Magnetoelastic Bending Vibration of an Electroconductive Elastic Plate." ASME. J. Appl. Mech. November 2007; 74(6): 1071–1077. https://doi.org/10.1115/1.2424469
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