Dynamic and instability analysis of single walled carbon nanotubes with geometrical imperfections resting on elastic medium in a magneto-thermally-electrostatic environment with impact of casimir force using homotropy perturbation method

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Egbunu H. Abubakar
Gbeminiyi M. Sobamowo
Obanishola M. Sadiq
Ahmed A. Yinusa

Abstract

The discovery of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) has renewed a major chapter in the field of physics, chemistry, mechanics and materials science owing to their high-quality possession of: excellent tensile strength, high conductivity, high aspect ratio, thermally stable and high chemical stability. In this work, dynamic and instability analysis of single walled carbon nanotube with geometrical imperfection resting on elastic medium in a magneto-thermally-electrostatic environments with impact of Casimir force. However, Eringen nonlocal theory and Hamilton principles are used to develop the nonlinear governing partial differential equations of motions and the governing equations of motion is converted into a duffing equation using Galerkin decomposition method and subsequently, the duffing equation is solve using Homotropic Perturbation Method (HPM), where dynamic responses are obtained. The results obtain depicted that, the effects of magnetic term, thermal term and Pasternak type foundation on dimensionless amplitude-frequency ratio for fixed-fixed and fixed-simple supports make the investigation novelty as it can be used as reference in future study. Finally, the deflection curves show how the compression zone is augmented using Casimir and electrostatic forces and the results obtained shows reasonable accurate.

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E. H. Abubakar, G. M. Sobamowo, O. M. Sadiq, and A. A. Yinusa, “Dynamic and instability analysis of single walled carbon nanotubes with geometrical imperfections resting on elastic medium in a magneto-thermally-electrostatic environment with impact of casimir force using homotropy perturbation method”, ET, Jan. 2024.
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