## What is/are Graded Conical?

Graded Conical - This paper investigates the free vibration behavior of a rotating functionally graded conical shell, reinforced by an anisogrid lattice structure.^{[1]}In this paper, the free vibration results of a functionally graded conical shell under nonlinear thermal loading are presented employing finite element method wherein the shell kinematics is based on first-order shear deformation theory.

^{[2]}Parametric observations are performed to see the effects of prime parameters like impactor initial velocity, twist angle and different power law exponent for Ti–6Al–4V-ZrO2 functionally graded conical shell under low velocity normal impact condition.

^{[3]}Finite element based computer codes are developed for numerical simulation of the effects of temperature on the natural modes of rotating functionally graded conical shells with or without twist.

^{[4]}Volume fraction of graphene in each layer may be different which results in a piecewise functionally graded conical shell.

^{[5]}The vibration of rotating functionally graded conical shells with temperature-dependency of material properties is studied in this paper.

^{[6]}The purpose of this study is to provide an exhaustive review of the literature on the vibration and buckling of functionally graded materials (FGMs), functionally graded conical shells (FGCSs), functionally graded layered conical shells (FGLCSs), and functionally graded sandwich-conical shells (FGSCSs).

^{[7]}The purpose of this paper is to explore the buckling problems of functionally graded conical shells due to thermal loadings.

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## Functionally Graded Conical

This paper investigates the free vibration behavior of a rotating functionally graded conical shell, reinforced by an anisogrid lattice structure.^{[1]}In this paper, the free vibration results of a functionally graded conical shell under nonlinear thermal loading are presented employing finite element method wherein the shell kinematics is based on first-order shear deformation theory.

^{[2]}Parametric observations are performed to see the effects of prime parameters like impactor initial velocity, twist angle and different power law exponent for Ti–6Al–4V-ZrO2 functionally graded conical shell under low velocity normal impact condition.

^{[3]}Finite element based computer codes are developed for numerical simulation of the effects of temperature on the natural modes of rotating functionally graded conical shells with or without twist.

^{[4]}Volume fraction of graphene in each layer may be different which results in a piecewise functionally graded conical shell.

^{[5]}The vibration of rotating functionally graded conical shells with temperature-dependency of material properties is studied in this paper.

^{[6]}The purpose of this study is to provide an exhaustive review of the literature on the vibration and buckling of functionally graded materials (FGMs), functionally graded conical shells (FGCSs), functionally graded layered conical shells (FGLCSs), and functionally graded sandwich-conical shells (FGSCSs).

^{[7]}The purpose of this paper is to explore the buckling problems of functionally graded conical shells due to thermal loadings.

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## graded conical shell

This paper investigates the free vibration behavior of a rotating functionally graded conical shell, reinforced by an anisogrid lattice structure.^{[1]}In this paper, the free vibration results of a functionally graded conical shell under nonlinear thermal loading are presented employing finite element method wherein the shell kinematics is based on first-order shear deformation theory.

^{[2]}Parametric observations are performed to see the effects of prime parameters like impactor initial velocity, twist angle and different power law exponent for Ti–6Al–4V-ZrO2 functionally graded conical shell under low velocity normal impact condition.

^{[3]}Finite element based computer codes are developed for numerical simulation of the effects of temperature on the natural modes of rotating functionally graded conical shells with or without twist.

^{[4]}Volume fraction of graphene in each layer may be different which results in a piecewise functionally graded conical shell.

^{[5]}The vibration of rotating functionally graded conical shells with temperature-dependency of material properties is studied in this paper.

^{[6]}The purpose of this study is to provide an exhaustive review of the literature on the vibration and buckling of functionally graded materials (FGMs), functionally graded conical shells (FGCSs), functionally graded layered conical shells (FGLCSs), and functionally graded sandwich-conical shells (FGSCSs).

^{[7]}The purpose of this paper is to explore the buckling problems of functionally graded conical shells due to thermal loadings.

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