Variational principle and bifurcations in stability analysis of panels
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In this paper, the stability of a simply supported axially moving elastic panel is considered. A complex variable technique and bifurcation theory are applied. As a result, variational equations and a variational principle are derived. Anal- ysis of the variational principle allows the study of qualitative properties of the bifurcation points. Asymptotic behaviour in a small neighbourhood around an arbitrary bifurcation point is analyzed and presented. It is shown analytically that the eigenvalue curves in the (ω, V0) plane cross both the ω and V0 axes perpendicularly. It is also shown that near each bifur- cation point, the dependence ω(V0) for each mode approximately follows the shape of a square root near the origin. The obtained results complement existing numerical studies on the stability of axially moving materials, especially those with ﬁnite bending rigidity. From a rigorous mathematical viewpoint, the presence of bending rigidity is essen- tial, because the presence of the fourth-order term in the model changes the qualitative behaviour of the bifurcation points. ...
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