Ph.D student Mohammad Malikan
- mechanical vibrations
- structural stability
- analytical solution
- semi-analytical modelling
- numerical solution
- differential quadrature method
- continuum mechanics
- solid mechanics
- composite structures
- smart materials
- mechanics of materials
- mathematical modelling
- finite element method
Torsional stability capacity of a nano-composite shell based on a nonlocal strain gradient shell model under a three-dimensional magnetic field
This paper considers a single-walled composite nano-shell (SWCNS) exposed in a torsional critical stability situation. As the magnetic field affects remarkably nanostructures in the small size, a three-dimensional magnetic field is assessed which contains magnetic effects along the circumferential, radial and axial coordinates system. Based on the results of the nonlocal model of strain gradient small-scale approach and the first-order...
We focus on the mechanical strength of piezomagnetic beam-like nanosize sensors during post-buckling. An effective flexomagnetic property is also taken into account. The modelled sensor is selected to be a Euler-Bernoulli type beam. Long-range interactions between atoms result in a mathematical model based on the nonlocal strain gradient elasticity approach (NSGT). Due to possible large deformations within a post-buckling phenomenon,...
Nonlocal elasticity analysis of moderately thick porous functionally graded plates in a hygro-thermal environment
This work performs a novel quasi three-dimensional (3D) bending analysis for a moderately thick functionally graded material (FGM) made of nanoceramics and metal powders, in presence of porosities due to some incorrect manufacturing processes. Such porosities can appear within the plate in two forms, namely, even and uneven distributions. The modeled system assumes a polymer matrix where both shear and transverse factors coexist....
Obtained scientific degrees/titles
Obtained science degreedr inż Civil engineering and transport (Engineering and Technology)
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