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region where the target position remains asymptotically stable in steady state can be mapped numerically, as in Fig. 2. At fixed ␤ and ␥, a transition from asymptotically stable to marginally stable motion occurs for a sufficient increase in forcing amplitude and/or frequency. The diagram indicates that for fixed control gains, there is a minimum threshold(More)
The Galerkin method is applied to analyze the elastic large deflection behavior of metal plates subject to a combination of in-plane loads such as biaxial loads, edge shear and biaxial inplane bending moments, and uniformly or nonuniformly distributed lateral pressure loads. The motive of the present study was initiated by the fact that metal plates of(More)
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