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Pham D. T., Tarlakovsky D. V. Dynamic Bending of an Infinite Electromagnetoelastic Rod. Izv. Sarat. Univ. Math. Mech. Inform., 2020, vol. 20, iss. 4, pp. 493-501. DOI: 10.18500/1816-9791-2020-20-4-493-501

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Dynamic Bending of an Infinite Electromagnetoelastic Rod

Pham D. Thong, Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University)
Tarlakovsky Dmitrii Valentinovich, Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University)

The problem of non-stationary bending of an infinite electromagnetoelastic rod is considered. It is assumed that the material of the rod is a homogeneous isotropic conductor. The closed-form system of process equations is constructed under the assumption that the desired functions depend only on the longitudinal coordinate and time using the corresponding relations for shells which take into account the initial electromagnetic field, the Lorentz force, Maxwell’s equations, and the generalized Ohm’s law. The desired functions are assumed to be bounded, and the initial conditions are assumed to be null. The solution of the problem is constructed in an integral form with kernels in the form of influence functions. Images of kernel are found in the space of Laplace transformations in time and Fourier transformations in spatial coordinates. It is noted that the images are rational functions of the Laplace transform parameter, which makes it quite easy to find the originals. However, for a general model that takes into account shear deformations, the subsequent inversion of the Fourier transform can be carried out only numerically, which leads to computational problems associated with the presence of rapidly oscillating integrals. Therefore, the transition to simplified equations corresponding to the Bernoulli – Euler rod and the quasistationary electromagnetic field is carried out. The method of a small parameter is used for which a coefficient is selected that relates the mechanical and electromagnetic fields. In the linear approximation, influence functions are found for which images and originals are constructed. In this case, the zeroth approximation corresponds to a purely elastic solution. Originals are found explicitly using transform properties and tables. Examples of calculations are given for an aluminum rod with a square cross section. It is shown that for the selected material the quantitative difference from the elastic solution is insignificant. At the same time, taking into account the connectedness of the process leads to additional significant qualitative effects.

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