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    Title: A Tutorial on Finite Element Analysis of Straight-Tube Coriolis Flowmeters
    Authors: Tyan, Feng;Tu, Shun-Hsu
    Contributors: 淡江大學航空太空工程學系
    Keywords: Coriolis flowmeter;Lagrange equation;Finite element method
    Date: 2006-12
    Issue Date: 2013-03-22 19:37:06 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: It has been more than fifteen years since finite element method was implemented to the analysis of Coriolis flowmeter. While most of the literature provided only part of the procedures on constructing the matrix system equations which is to be solved for the natural frequencies and mode shapes. In this paper, we intend not only to provide a detail derivation on the governing equations via Hamilton's principle, but also to determine the weak form of equations of motion by virtue of Lagrange's equation, instead of going through a tedious variational or weighted residual method. The formulation is based on the assumptions that the pipe was represented as a Timoshenko beam possessing stiffness and mass while the fluid was idealized as incompressible and in viscid.
    Relation: 第三十屆全國力學會議論文集, 8p.
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