Efficient Modelling for Dynamics and Control of Smart Piezoelectric Laminated Shells Featuring Delaminations
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报告时间：2019年6月6日，星期四, 1:30 PM
报告题目：Efficient Modelling for Dynamics and Control of Smart Piezoelectric Laminated Shells Featuring Delaminations
报告人：Prof. Santosh Kapuria
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India
Delamination is a severe mode of damage in composite and sandwich structures, which can significantly affect their response and eventually lead to catastrophic failure. This study is the first attempt to develop an electromechanically coupled efficient layerwise finite element (FE) model for the analysis of smart piezoelectric multilayered shells of general shapes featuring delaminations and debonding of sensors and actuators. For the laminate mechanics, an efficient coupled zigzag theory developed by the speaker’s group is employed. The active vibration control of laminated plates/shells with piezoelectric sensor and actuator patches is also studied for delaminated structures with or without actuator/sensor debonding.
Dr. Santosh Kapuria is a Professor of Applied Mechanics at Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, and currently the Director of CSIR-Structural Engineering Research Centre, Chennai, India. He received his PhD in Applied Mechanics in 1997 from Indian Institute Technology Delhi, M.E. in Structural Eng from Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, and B.E. from Jadavpur University, Kolkata. Prof. Kapuria's research interests are mechanics of smart (multifunctional) structures, computational structural mechanics, active vibration control, structural health monitoring, and biomechanics. He has published 130 papers in top quality international journals. He has been a Humboldt Research Fellow at Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany and a Fulbright Senior Research Fellow in Stanford University, USA. He is an elected Fellow of the Indian National Academy of Engineering, Indian National Science Academy, Indian Academy of Sciences and National Academy of Sciences, India. Prof Kapuria has also received the prestigious J. C. Bose National Fellowship. He is a member of the Editorial Board of Journal of Thermal Stresses (Taylor & Francis), and has been the guest editor of ACTA MECHANICA (Springer) for a special issue on mechanics of functional materials and structures.