Special Issue "Dynamic Analysis of Fluid-Conveying Nanotubes"

A special issue of Nanomaterials (ISSN 2079-4991).

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 March 2021.

Special Issue Editor

Prof. Dr. Ali Farajpour
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School of Mechanical Engineering, University of Adelaide, Australia
Interests: advanced materials; nanocomposites; nanostructures; nanotechnology; MEMS and NEMS; nanomechanics; solid mechanics; nonlinear vibrations; dynamics; vibrations; continuum mechanics

Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

Fluid-conveying nanotubes constitute one of the most important nanoscale systems, with a wide range of applications in nanotechnology. These promising applications include, but are not limited to, fluid transport, drug delivery, microfluidics-based devices and fluid storage. Due to the importance of fluid-conveying nanotubes, a considerable amount of effort has been directed towards the development of theoretical frameworks and experimental setups to understand the mechanical behaviour of these ultrasmall systems.

In this Special Issue, entitled “Dynamic analysis of fluid-conveying nanotubes”, recent theoretical continuum-based models and experimental techniques on the dynamic behaviour, vibration response and stability analysis of fluid-conveying nanotubes will be highlighted. In addition, future perspectives regarding the modelling of fluid-conveying nanotubes will be channelled. Particularly, original and review papers on obtaining the resonance frequencies, critical instability loads and deformation behaviour of nanotubes conveying fluid are welcomed.

Prof. Dr. Ali Farajpour
Guest Editor

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Nonlinear Vibration of a Pre-Stressed Water-Filled Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube Using Shell Model
Nanomaterials 2020, 10(5), 974; https://doi.org/10.3390/nano10050974 - 18 May 2020
Abstract
This paper is an attempt to study the nonlinear vibration of a pre-stressed single-walled carbon nanotube (SWCNT) with water-filled and simply supported ends. A new analytical formula is obtained for the nonlinear model based on the simplified Donnell’s shell theory. The effects of [...] Read more.
This paper is an attempt to study the nonlinear vibration of a pre-stressed single-walled carbon nanotube (SWCNT) with water-filled and simply supported ends. A new analytical formula is obtained for the nonlinear model based on the simplified Donnell’s shell theory. The effects of internal fluid on the coupling vibration of the SWCNT–water system are discussed in detail. Furthermore, the influence of the different nanotube thicknesses and radiuses on the nonlinear vibration frequencies is investigated according to the shell theory. Numerical calculations are done to show the effectiveness of the proposed schemes. The results show that the nonlinear frequency grew with the increasing nonlinear parameters (radius and thickness of nanotube). In addition, it is shown that the influence of the nonlinear parameters is greater at the lower mode in comparison with the higher mode for the same nanotube thickness and radius. Full article
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