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thin plate; simply supported; existence; infinitely many nonzero time-periodic solutions; Ljusternik-Schnirelman theory; approximate solution
In the paper, we deal with the equation of a rectangular thin plate with a simply supported boundary. The restoring force being an odd superlinear function of the vertical displacement, the existence of infinitely many nonzero time-periodic solutions is proved.
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