The present state-of-the-art article is devoted to the analysis of new trends and recent results carried out during the last in the field of fractional calculus application to dynamic problems of solid mechanics. This review involves the papers dealing with study of dynamic behavior of linear and nonlinear 1DOF systems, systems with two and more DOFs, as well as linear and nonlinear systems with an infinite number of degrees of freedom: vibrations of rods, beams, plates, shells, suspension combined systems, and multilayered systems. Impact response of viscoelastic rods and plates is considered as well. The results obtained in the field are critically estimated in the light of the present view of the place and role of the fractional calculus in engineering problems and practice. This articles reviews 337 papers and involves 27 figures.
Application of Fractional Calculus for Dynamic Problems of Solid Mechanics: Novel Trends and Recent Results
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Rossikhin, Y. A., and Shitikova, M. V. (December 2, 2009). "Application of Fractional Calculus for Dynamic Problems of Solid Mechanics: Novel Trends and Recent Results." ASME. Appl. Mech. Rev. January 2010; 63(1): 010801. https://doi.org/10.1115/1.4000563
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