Fluid structure interaction effect on vibration of conveyed coupled composite microtubes reinforced by Boron-Nitride nanotube

نویسندگانعلی قربانپور,الهام حق پرست,زهرا خدامی مرقی
همایشProceedings of 5th International Congress on Nanoscience & Nanotechnology (ICNN2014)
تاریخ برگزاری همایش۲۰۱۴-۱۰-۲۲
محل برگزاری همایشتهران
نوع ارائهسخنرانی
سطح همایشبین المللی

چکیده مقاله

In this study the nonlinear vibration in a coupled system of Boron-Nitride nano-tube reinforced composite (BNNTRC) micro-tubes conveying viscous fluid is investigated. Single-walled Boron-Nitride nano-tubes (SWBNNTs) are arranged in a longitudinal direction inside Poly-vinylidene fluoride (PVDF) matrix. Based on piezoelectric fiber reinforced composite (PFRC) theory, properties of BNNTRC micro-tubes are obtained. Damping and shearing effects of surrounded medium are taken into account by visco-Pasternak model. To enhance the accuracy of results, the effect of slip flow regime is considered. Strain gradient theory is developed in cylindrical shell model to obtain the motion equations. Results indicated that, Knudsen number is a key parameter on critical flow velocity and stability of coupled system. Results of this investigation can be applied for optimum design of micro/nano-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS/NEMS) such as shell and tube heat exchangers in micro scale.