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Modeling wave propagation in damped waveguides of arbitrary cross-section
I Bartoli, A Marzani, FL Di Scalea, E Viola
Journal of sound and vibration 295 (3-5), 685-707, 2006
6742006
Strong formulation finite element method based on differential quadrature: a survey
F Tornabene, N Fantuzzi, F Ubertini, E Viola
Applied Mechanics Reviews 67 (2), 2015
3392015
2-D differential quadrature solution for vibration analysis of functionally graded conical, cylindrical shell and annular plate structures
F Tornabene, E Viola, DJ Inman
Journal of Sound and Vibration 328 (3), 259-290, 2009
3312009
Effect of agglomeration on the natural frequencies of functionally graded carbon nanotube-reinforced laminated composite doubly-curved shells
F Tornabene, N Fantuzzi, M Bacciocchi, E Viola
Composites Part B: Engineering 89, 187-218, 2016
3072016
Stress and strain recovery for functionally graded free-form and doubly-curved sandwich shells using higher-order equivalent single layer theory
F Tornabene, N Fantuzzi, E Viola, RC Batra
Composite Structures 119, 67-89, 2015
2372015
General higher-order shear deformation theories for the free vibration analysis of completely doubly-curved laminated shells and panels
E Viola, F Tornabene, N Fantuzzi
Composite structures 95, 639-666, 2013
2282013
Free vibration analysis of functionally graded panels and shells of revolution
F Tornabene, E Viola
Meccanica 44 (3), 255-281, 2009
2132009
Modeling guided wave propagation with application to the long-range defect detection in railroad tracks
I Bartoli, FL di Scalea, M Fateh, E Viola
Ndt & E International 38 (5), 325-334, 2005
1992005
A semi-analytical finite element formulation for modeling stress wave propagation in axisymmetric damped waveguides
A Marzani, E Viola, I Bartoli, FL Di Scalea, P Rizzo
Journal of Sound and Vibration 318 (3), 488-505, 2008
1902008
General higher-order equivalent single layer theory for free vibrations of doubly-curved laminated composite shells and panels
F Tornabene, E Viola, N Fantuzzi
Composite Structures 104, 94-117, 2013
1882013
Free vibrations of four-parameter functionally graded parabolic panels and shells of revolution
F Tornabene, E Viola
European Journal of Mechanics-A/Solids 28 (5), 991-1013, 2009
1812009
Static analysis of functionally graded doubly-curved shells and panels of revolution
F Tornabene, E Viola
Meccanica 48 (4), 901-930, 2013
1682013
Winkler–Pasternak foundation effect on the static and dynamic analyses of laminated doubly-curved and degenerate shells and panels
F Tornabene, N Fantuzzi, E Viola, JN Reddy
Composites Part B: Engineering 57, 269-296, 2014
1512014
Static analysis of completely doubly-curved laminated shells and panels using general higher-order shear deformation theories
E Viola, F Tornabene, N Fantuzzi
Composite Structures 101, 59-93, 2013
1462013
2-D solution for free vibrations of parabolic shells using generalized differential quadrature method
F Tornabene, E Viola
European Journal of Mechanics-A/Solids 27 (6), 1001-1025, 2008
1432008
Free vibrations of three parameter functionally graded parabolic panels of revolution
E Viola, F Tornabene
Mechanics research communications 36 (5), 587-594, 2009
1362009
A review on the vibration analysis for a damage occurrence of a cantilever beam
ZA Jassim, NN Ali, F Mustapha, NAA Jalil
Engineering Failure Analysis 31, 442-461, 2013
1342013
Static analysis of doubly-curved anisotropic shells and panels using CUF approach, differential geometry and differential quadrature method
F Tornabene, N Fantuzzi, E Viola, E Carrera
Composite Structures 107, 675-697, 2014
1312014
Vibration analysis of spherical structural elements using the GDQ method
F Tornabene, E Viola
Computers & Mathematics with Applications 53 (10), 1538-1560, 2007
1312007
Radial basis function method applied to doubly-curved laminated composite shells and panels with a general higher-order equivalent single layer formulation
F Tornabene, N Fantuzzi, E Viola, AJM Ferreira
Composites Part B: Engineering 55, 642-659, 2013
1292013
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