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Deformation of Elastic Damping Bodies, Hysteresis Friction

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Leon Makharadze, Levan Gavasheli *

Academy of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Georgia.

*Corresponding author: Levan Gavasheli


The article considers the issue of deformation of elastically damping bodies, taking into account the influence of hysteresis energy losses of forced vibrations. It was found than the longitudinal vibrations of nonlinear mechanical systems with distributed parameters mainly depend on the generalized stiffness coefficient, the natural frequency of the system, and on the increment of the driving force. A monotonic change in the stiffness coefficient of elastic-damping materials during hysteretic friction leads to an automatic change in the natural frequency as a whole.


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Deformation of Elastic Damping Bodies, Hysteresis Friction

How to cite this paper: Leon Makharadze, Levan Gavasheli. (2020) Deformation of Elastic Damping Bodies, Hysteresis Friction. Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computation, 4(3), 57-63.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/jamc.2020.09.002

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