Sandwich beam

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sandwich beam

[′san‚wich ‚bēm]
(building construction)
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Sandwich beam

A built-up beam composed of two joists with a steel plate between them. The joists and plate are held together by bolts.
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flitch beam, flitch girder, sandwich beam

flitch beam
A beam built up of structural timbers which are bolted together with a steel plate sandwiched between them.
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As we can see, a sandwich beam made up of three discrete layers with a homogeneous core (which can be consist of CNT or not).
Ohayon, "Finite element formulation of viscoelastic sandwich beams using fractional derivative operators," Computational Mechanics, vol.
Murmu, "Thermo-mechanical vibration of FGM sandwich beam under variable elastic foundations using differential quadrature method," Journal of Sound and Vibration, vol.
A simple sandwich beam is selected which is capable of withstanding load primarily by resisting bending.
6, a and 6, b shows the variation of the first natural frequency of the sandwich beam versus the thickness ratio, with various fiber orientations.
Markus, "The forced vibration of a three-layer, damped sandwich beam with arbitrary boundary conditions," Journal of Sound and Vibration, vol.
Dynamic stability of a sandwich beam with a constraining layer and electrorheological fluid core, Composite Structures 64(1): 47-54.
Deshpande, "Quasistatic three-point bending of carbon fiber sandwich beams with square honeycomb cores," Journal of Applied Mechanics, Transactions ASME, vol.
Banerjee, "Free vibration of sandwich beams using the dynamic stiffness method," Computers & Structures, vol.
Nonlinear random vibrations of a sandwich beam adaptive to electrorheological materials, Mechanika 3(71): 38-44.
The sandwich beam structures analysed in the present work are made from isotropic materials, where their skins and core, respectively, are assumed to present an elastic and viscoelastic behaviour.