By Hassan Aref and Erik van der Giessen (Eds.)
The Advances in utilized Mechanics e-book sequence attracts jointly contemporary major advances in a number of issues in utilized mechanics. released due to the fact 1948, Advances in utilized Mechanics goals to supply authoritative assessment articles on issues within the mechanical sciences, essentially of curiosity to scientists and engineers operating within the a variety of branches of mechanics, but additionally of curiosity to the numerous who use the result of investigations in mechanics in a variety of program parts akin to aerospace, chemical, civil, environmental, mechanical and nuclear engineering. .Covers all fields of the mechanical sciences .Highlights classical and smooth components of mechanics which are prepared for evaluate .Provides finished assurance of the sphere in query
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A 40 (16, 16) (12, 12) (8, 8) Torque/(2p R 2) (N/m) 30 (28, 0) (21, 0) (14, 0) 20 10 Brenner et al. 2 kR FIG. 4 A Shell Theory for Carbon Nanotubes 49 B 130 Torque/(twist×2pR3) (N/m) Brenner et al. (2002) 120 110 Armchair CNTs 100 Zigzag CNTs 90 80 0 1 2 3 R (nm) (A) The torque, normalized by 2pR2 prior to deformation, versus the normalized twist kR for several armchair and zigzag carbon nanotubes in pure torsion. (B) The torque/twist ratio at vanishing twist versus the nanotube radius. FIG. 5.
Ii) Torsion. For a CNT of radius R and length L subject to a torque T, the velocity at the onset of buckling is nonuniform, and can be expressed as J. Wu et al. 21) where n ¼ 1, 2, 3, ... , m ¼ 1, 2, 3, ... , and the coefficients Vy0,VZ0,VR0 are to be determined. The substitution of above velocity into the incremental equilibrium equation yields the linear algebraic equations for Vy0,VZ0,VR0. The vanishing of its determinant gives the governing equation for the critical buckling torque Tcritical.
2002). 8% and DS ¼ 13%, which suggests the important effect of anisotropy for small CNTs. However, DL and DS decrease rapidly as the CNT radius increases, and vanish for graphene. 0%, respectively, such that large CNTs can be modeled as isotropic. 20 Brenner et al. 00 0 1 2 3 R (nm) FIG. 2 The degree of anisotropy versus the radius of armchair single-wall carbon nanotubes, where DL and DS are for the tension and bending rigidity, respectively. 3. 22) 1 @ 2 myy @ 2 mZZ 2 @ 2 myZ tyy myy þ À 2 À p ¼ 0; þ þ @Z 2 R R R2 @y2 R @y@Z where xy and xZ are the in-surface area forces and p is the internal pressure.
Advances in Applied Mechanics by Hassan Aref and Erik van der Giessen (Eds.)