Volume 4, Issue 2
Exact Vibration Solutions of Nonhomogeneous Circular, Annular and Sector Membranes

Chang Yi Wang & Wang Chien Ming

Adv. Appl. Math. Mech., 4 (2012), pp. 250-258.

Published online: 2012-04

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In this paper, exact vibration frequencies of circular,  annular and  sector membranes with  a radial  power law density are presented for the first time.  It is found that in general, the sequence of modes may not correspond to increasing az- imuthal mode  number n.  The normalized frequency increases with  the  absolute value  of the power index  |\nu|. For a circular   membrane, the fundamental frequency occurs  at n = 0 where n is the number of nodal  diameters. For an annular mem- brane,  the frequency increases with  respect  to the inner  radius b. When  b is close to one, the width 1 - b is the dominant factor and the differences in frequencies are small.   For a sector membrane, n - 1 is the number of internal radial  nodes  and the fundamental frequency occurs  at n = 1.  Increased opening angle \beta increases the frequency.

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Membrane vibration non-homogeneous exact circular annular sector

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74.K15 74.H45

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In this paper, exact vibration frequencies of circular,  annular and  sector membranes with  a radial  power law density are presented for the first time.  It is found that in general, the sequence of modes may not correspond to increasing az- imuthal mode  number n.  The normalized frequency increases with  the  absolute value  of the power index  |\nu|. For a circular   membrane, the fundamental frequency occurs  at n = 0 where n is the number of nodal  diameters. For an annular mem- brane,  the frequency increases with  respect  to the inner  radius b. When  b is close to one, the width 1 - b is the dominant factor and the differences in frequencies are small.   For a sector membrane, n - 1 is the number of internal radial  nodes  and the fundamental frequency occurs  at n = 1.  Increased opening angle \beta increases the frequency.

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In this paper, exact vibration frequencies of circular,  annular and  sector membranes with  a radial  power law density are presented for the first time.  It is found that in general, the sequence of modes may not correspond to increasing az- imuthal mode  number n.  The normalized frequency increases with  the  absolute value  of the power index  |\nu|. For a circular   membrane, the fundamental frequency occurs  at n = 0 where n is the number of nodal  diameters. For an annular mem- brane,  the frequency increases with  respect  to the inner  radius b. When  b is close to one, the width 1 - b is the dominant factor and the differences in frequencies are small.   For a sector membrane, n - 1 is the number of internal radial  nodes  and the fundamental frequency occurs  at n = 1.  Increased opening angle \beta increases the frequency.

Chang Yi Wang & Wang Chien Ming. (1970). Exact Vibration Solutions of Nonhomogeneous Circular, Annular and Sector Membranes. Advances in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics. 4 (2). 250-258. doi:10.4208/aamm.10-m1135
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