%0 Journal Article
%T Fluid-Structure Interaction of Vibrating Composite Piezoelectric Plates Using Exponential Shear Deformation Theory
%J Mechanics of Advanced Composite Structuresâ€Ž
%I Semnan University
%Z 2423-4826
%A Khorshidi, Korosh
%A Karimi, Mahdi
%D 2020
%\ 04/01/2020
%V 7
%N 1
%P 59-69
%! Fluid-Structure Interaction of Vibrating Composite Piezoelectric Plates Using Exponential Shear Deformation Theory
%K Galerkin method
%K Fluid-structure interaction
%K Piezoelectric plates
%K Exponential shear deformation theory
%R 10.22075/macs.2019.16058.1162
%X In this article fluid-structure interaction of vibrating composite piezoelectric plates is investigated. Since the plate is assumed to be moderately thick, rotary inertia effects and transverse shear deformation effects are deliberated by applying exponential shear deformation theory. Fluid velocity potential is acquired using the Laplace equation, and fluid boundary conditions and wet dynamic modal functions of the plate are expanded in terms of finite Fourier series to satisfy compatibility along with the interface between plate and fluid. The electric potential is assumed to have a cosine distribution along the thickness of the plate in order to satisfy the Maxwell equation. After deriving the governing equations applying Hamiltonâ€™s principle, the natural frequencies of the fluid-structure system with simply supported boundary conditions are computed using the Galerkin method. The model is compared to the available results in the literature, and consequently the effects of different variables such as depth of fluid, the width of fluid, plate thickness, and aspect ratio on natural frequencies and mode shapes are displayed.
%U https://macs.semnan.ac.ir/article_3645_8c47801ce169caab76d99fe3698a29b3.pdf