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Junjie Zhang,Chunhui Yuan,Xianming Zhu and Tianyun Li.A General Method to Study the Sound Radiation of a Finite Cylindrical Shell Based on Elastic Theory[J].Journal of Marine Science and Application,2012,(2):258-264.[doi:10.1007/s11804-012-1131-4]

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Junjie Zhang,Chunhui Yuan,Xianming Zhu and Tianyun Li.A General Method to Study the Sound Radiation of a Finite Cylindrical Shell Based on Elastic Theory[J].Journal of Marine Science and Application,2012,(2):258-264.[doi:10.1007/s11804-012-1131-4]

A General Method to Study the Sound Radiation of a Finite Cylindrical Shell Based on Elastic Theory

- Title:
- A General Method to Study the Sound Radiation of a Finite Cylindrical Shell Based on Elastic Theory

- Author(s):
- Junjie Zhang; Chunhui Yuan; Xianming Zhu and Tianyun Li

- Affilations:

- DOI:
- 10.1007/s11804-012-1131-4

- Abstract:
- A general method was proposed to study the sound and vibration of a finite cylindrical shell with elastic theory. This method was developed through comprehensive analysis of the uncoupled Helmholtz equation obtained by the decomposition of elastic equations and the structure of the solution of a finite cylindrical shell analyzed by thin shell theory. The proposed method is theoretically suitable for arbitrary thickness of the shell and any frequency. Also, the results obtained through the method can be used to determine the range of application of the thin shell theory. Furthermore, the proposed method can deal with the problems limited by the thin shell theory. Additionally, the method can be suitable for several types of complex cylindrical shell such as the ring-stiffened cylindrical shell, damped cylindrical shell, and double cylindrical shell.

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- Memo:
- Supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China under (Grant No. 40976058)

Last Update:
2012-06-07