By N.E. Shanmugam, C.M. Wang
Metal and different sorts of plated constructions are utilized in numerous purposes from aircrafts to ships and offshore systems to bridges, energy crops and cranes. A key factor within the use of those buildings is their balance behaviour lower than compressive rigidity. research and layout of plated constructions studies the wealth of analysis during this vital region and its implications for layout, security and maintenance.
The e-book considers a number of the forms of buckling that plated constructions tend to come upon. Chapters additionally evaluate buckling in quite a number fabrics from metal to different types of composite. The e-book additionally discusses the behaviour of differing kinds of parts utilized in steel-plated constructions. those elements comprise metal beams and columns in addition to curved, stiffened, corrugated, laminated and different different types of plate design.
With its wonderful editors and foreign workforce of participants, research and layout of plated constructions is an invaluable typical reference for civil engineers curious about the layout of plated structures.
- Discusses the behaviour of metal and different plated buildings while less than stress
- Extensive insurance of the foremost examine during this very important area
- Compiled by means of a global crew of distinctive contributors
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Taylor & Francis, Philadelphia, PA. Romeo, G. and Ferrero, G. (2001), Analytical/experimental behavior of anisotropic rectangular plates under linearly varying combined loads. AIAA Journal, 39(5), 932– 941. Buckling of plates with variable in-plane forces 55 Shufrin, I. and Eisenberger, M. (2005), Stability and vibration of shear deformable plates – first order and higher order analyses. International Journal of Solids and Structures, 42(3–4), 1225–1251. T. (1972), On the equations for a Timoshenko beam under initial stress.
All these studies were made on the basis of the classical thin plate theory. Kang and Leissa (2001) presented the results for buckling factors of SS-F-SS-F plate loaded by unidirectional in-plane moment. Later on, Leissa and Kang (2002) extended their solution to SS-C-SS-C plate under the same loading type. For these cases, the stability equation for the thin plate theory assumption can be separated in the two directions as a multiplication of two one-variable functions and the solution was obtained exactly.
22a–f). The buckling load for the plate is found as the in-plane force that causes the determinant of the corresponding stiffness matrix to become zero. The vector of the nodal displacements is an eigenvector of the matrix, which corresponds to critical value. Hence, the general displacements are determinated 36 Analysis and design of plated structures by multiplying the basic shape functions by the nodal displacement, which is appropriate to each of them (Shufrin and Eisenberger 2005). 3 Numerical examples and discussion The stability of rectangular thick plates with variable in-plane loading is studied using the proposed method.
Analysis and Design of Plated Structures. Volume 1 Stability by N.E. Shanmugam, C.M. Wang