Plane problem on beam plate’s oscillations on on rectangular base
Keywords:rectangular base, beam, dynamic contact stress
The plane contact problem of a beam’s oscillations on a rectangular elastic base is considered. The vertical edges of the rectangular base are in conditions of the nonfriction contact, the lower edge is fixed, and a beam (beam plate) with free ends is attached to the upper edge. The normal loading is applied to the beam and harmonically changes in time. To solve the boundary valued problem for the elastic base the integral transform method is applied. The apparatus of the Green’s function is used to construct the solution for the boundary valued problem for a beam. The displacements of the rectangular base and the deflection of the beam were found. The interface condition between the base and the plate is used to derive the integral singular equation relatively the dynamical contact stress. The orthogonal polynomial method was used to solve the integral equation. The investigation of the oscillations’ frequency influence on the deflection of beam and elastic rectangular base’s displacements and stress was conducted.
Pages of the article in the issue: 96 - 99
Language of the article: Ukrainian
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