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Agarana, M.C. and Gbadeyan, J.A. (2016) Application of Differential Transform Method to Vibration Analysis of damped railway bridge on Pastwernak Foundation under Moving Train. 2016 Proceedings of the World Congress on Engineering, London, 29 June-1 July 2016, 1177-1179.

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  • TITLE: Forced Vibration Numerical Analysis of Rectangular Elastic Orthotropic Damped Inclined Mindlin Plate Using Finite Difference Algorithm

    AUTHORS: Michael C. Agarana, Amenawon I. Ehigbochie

    KEYWORDS: Load, Plate, Algorithm, Mindlin, Damping, Analysis

    JOURNAL NAME: Applied Mathematics, Vol.9 No.6, June 19, 2018

    ABSTRACT: Plates vibrate when load moves on them. In this paper, the dynamic response of Mindlin plate analytical model was converted to its numerical form using finite difference algorithm. The numerical model was analysed to ascertain the critical parameters contributing to the deflection of Mindlin plate under a moving load. The examination was more reasonable as in the likelihood of the plate laying on a Pasternak foundation was put into thought. Likewise the impact of damping was not dismissed. The plate considered in this paper was an inclined Mindlin plate, where the impacts of shear deformation and rotatory inertia were considered. The numerical equations were solved with the help of a developed computer program and Matlab. The results were consistent with what we have in the literature. The effects of the Pasternak foundation, damping, angle of inclination, and the moving load to the dynamic response of the elastic plate were exceptionally self-evident.