## What is/are Timoshenko System?

Timoshenko System - A Timoshenko system of a fractional order between zero and one is investigated here.^{[1]}We address a Timoshenko system with memory in the history context and thermoelasticity of type III for heat conduction.

^{[2]}In this paper, we study a Timoshenko system only with thermodiffusion effects.

^{[3]}In this paper, the Timoshenko system with distributed delay term, fractional operator in the memory and spatial fractional thermal effect is considered, we will prove under some assumptions the global existence of a weak solution.

^{[4]}We consider the dynamical one-dimensional Mindlin–Timoshenko system for beams.

^{[5]}In this paper, we study the indirect boundary stabilization of the Timoshenko system with only one dissipation law.

^{[6]}In the present work our main goal is to improve the polynomial decay obtained recently by Santos and Almeida (2017) for a Timoshenko system with type III thermoelasticity.

^{[7]}Consequently, the Timoshenko system is complemented by an ordinary differential equation describing the dynamic of the base to which the beam is attached to.

^{[8]}In this manuscript we prove the property of growth determined by spectrum of the linear operator associated with the Timoshenko system with two histories.

^{[9]}The Timoshenko, shear and Euler–Bernoulli models are investigated, with a focus on the numerical modelling for the Timoshenko system.

^{[10]}We study the asymptotic behavior of Timoshenko systems with a fractional operator in the memory term depending on a parameter $$\theta \in [0,1]$$θ∈[0,1] and acting only on one equation of the system.

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## Thermoelastic Timoshenko System

The goal of this article is to study a thermoelastic Timoshenko system with viscoelastic law acting on the shear force and thermoelastic dissipation acting on the bending moment.^{[1]}In this paper, we consider a one dimensional thermoelastic Timoshenko system where the thermal coupling is acting on both the shear force and the bending moment, and the heat flux is given by Cattaneo’s law.

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## timoshenko system subject

This paper is concerned with the well-posedness of global solution and exponential stability to the Timoshenko system subject with time-varying weights and time-varying delay.^{[1]}ABSTRACT In this paper, we consider a Timoshenko system subject to viscoelastic damping acting on a part of the boundary.

^{[2]}In this article, we consider a one-dimensional Timoshenko system subject to different types of dissipation (linear and nonlinear dampings).

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