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In this paper, a comprehensive study is carried out on the dynamic behaviour of Euler–Bernoulli and Timoshenko beams resting on Winkler type variable elastic foundation. The material properties of the beam and the stiffness of the foundation are considered to be varying along the length direction. The free vibration problem is formulated using Rayleigh-Ritz method and Hamilton’s principle is applied to generate the governing equations. The results are presented as non-dimensional natural frequencies for different material gradation models and different foundation stiffness variation models. Two distinct boundary conditions viz., clamped-clamped and simply supported-simply supported are considered in the analysis. The results are validated with existing literature and excellent agreement is observed between the results.
The transfer matrix method based on the Euler-Bernoulli beam theory is employed in order to originally achieve some exact analytical formulas for elastically supported beams under a point force together with uniformly distributed force and uniformly distributed couple moments. Those closed-form formulas can be used in a variety of engineering applications especially at the pre-design stage to get an insight into the response of the structure. Contrary to the classical boundary conditions, it is also observed that the Euler-Bernoulli solutions of a beam with elastic supports are sensitive to the ratio of length to thickness (L/h).
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