Vibration of plates
About: Vibration of plates is a research topic. Over the lifetime, 2022 publications have been published within this topic receiving 41357 citations.
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01 Jan 2004
TL;DR: In this article, the authors present an analysis of the properties of composite materials using the classical and first-order theories of Laminated Composite Plates and shells, as well as a detailed analysis of their properties.
Abstract: Equations of Anisotropic Elasticity, Virtual Work Principles, and Variational Methods Fiber-Reinforced Composite Materials Mathematical Preliminaries Equations of Anisotropic Entropy Virtual Work Principles Variational Methods Summary Introduction to Composite Materials Basic Concepts and Terminology Constitutive Equations of a Lamina Transformation of Stresses and Strains Plan Stress Constitutive Relations Classical and First-Order Theories of Laminated Composite Plates Introduction An Overview of Laminated Plate Theories The Classical Laminated Plate Theory The First-Order Laminated Plate Theory Laminate Stiffnesses for Selected Laminates One-Dimensional Analysis of Laminated Composite Plates Introduction Analysis of Laminated Beams Using CLPT Analysis of Laminated Beams Using FSDT Cylindrical Bending Using CLPT Cylindrical Bending Using FSDT Vibration Suppression in Beams Closing Remarks Analysis of Specially Orthotropic Laminates Using CLPT Introduction Bending of Simply Supported Rectangular Plates Bending of Plates with Two Opposite Edges Simply Supported Bending of Rectangular Plates with Various Boundary Conditions Buckling of Simply Supported Plates Under Compressive Loads Buckling of Rectangular Plates Under In-Plane Shear Load Vibration of Simply Supported Plates Buckling and Vibration of Plates with Two Parallel Edges Simply Supported Transient Analysis Closure Analytical Solutions of Rectangular Laminated Plates Using CLPT Governing Equations in Terms of Displacements Admissible Boundary Conditions for the Navier Solutions Navier Solutions of Antisymmetric Cross-Ply Laminates Navier Solutions of Antisymmetric Angle-Ply Laminates The Levy Solutions Analysis of Midplane Symmetric Laminates Transient Analysis Summary Analytical Solutions of Rectangular Laminated Plates Using FSDT Introduction Simply Supported Antisymmetric Cross-Ply Laminated Plates Simply Supported Antisymmetric Angle-Ply Laminated Plates Antisymmetric Cross-Ply Laminates with Two Opposite Edges Simply Supported Antisymmetric Angle-Ply Laminates with Two Opposite Edges Simply Supported Transient Solutions Vibration Control of Laminated Plates Summary Theory and Analysis of Laminated Shells Introduction Governing Equations Theory of Doubly-Curved Shell Vibration and Buckling of Cross-Ply Laminated Circular Cylindrical Shells Linear Finite Element Analysis of Composite Plates and Shells Introduction Finite Element Models of the Classical Plate Theory (CLPT) Finite Element Models of Shear Deformation Plate Theory (FSDT) Finite Element Analysis of Shells Summary Nonlinear Analysis of Composite Plates and Shells Introduction Classical Plate Theory First-Order Shear Deformation Plate Theory Time Approximation and the Newton-Raphson Method Numerical Examples of Plates Functionally Graded Plates Finite Element Models of Laminated Shell Theory Continuum Shell Finite Element Postbuckling Response and Progressive Failure of Composite Panels in Compression Closure Third-Order Theory of Laminated Composite Plates and Shells Introduction A Third-Order Plate Theory Higher-Order Laminate Stiffness Characteristics The Navier Solutions Levy Solutions of Cross-Ply Laminates Finite Element Model of Plates Equations of Motion of the Third-Order Theory of Doubly-Curved Shells Layerwise Theory and Variable Kinematic Model Introduction Development of the Theory Finite Element Model Variable Kinematic Formulations Application to Adaptive Structures Layerwise Theory of Cylindrical Shell Closure Subject Index
01 Jan 1969
TL;DR: The fundamental equation of classical plate theory can be found in this article, where anisotropic and variable-thickness versions of the classical plates are considered, as well as other considerations.
Abstract: : Contents: Fundamental Equations of Classical Plate Theory; Circular Plates; Elliptical Plates; Rectangular Plates; Parallelogram Plates; Other Quadrilateral Plates; Triangular Plates; Plates of Other Shapes; Anisotropic Plates; Plates With Inplane Forces; Plates With Variable Thickness; and Other Considerations.
01 Jan 1997
TL;DR: In this paper, the authors present a one-dimensional analysis of fiber-reinforced composite materials and their properties, including the properties of the components of a Lamina and their relationship with other components.
Abstract: Introduction and Mathematical Preliminaries Fiber-Reinforced Composite Materials. Vectors and Tensors. Matrices. Transformation of Vector and Tensor Components. Integral Relations. Equations of Anisotropic Elasticity Classification of Equations. Kinematics. Kinetics. Constitutive Equations. Equations of Thermoelasticity and Electroelasticity. Summary. Virtual Work Principles and Variational Methods Virtual Work. The Variational Operator and Functionals. Extrema of Functionals. Virtual Work Principles. Variational Methods. Summary. Introduction to Composite Materials Basic Concepts and Terminology. Constitutive Equations of a Lamina. Transformation of Stresses and Strains. Plane Stress Constitutive Relations. Classical and First-Order Theories of Laminated Composite Plates Introduction. An Overview of ESL Laminate Theories. The Classical Laminated Plate Theory. The First-Order Laminated Plate Theory. Stiffness Characteristics for Selected Laminates. One-Dimensional Analysis of Laminated Plates Introduction. Analysis of Laminated Beams Using CLPT. Analysis of Laminated Beams Using FSDT. Cylindrical Bending Using CLPT. Cylindrical Bending Using FSDT. Closing Remarks. Analysis of Specially Orthotropic Plates Using CLPT Introduction. Bending of Simply Supported Plates. Bending of Plates with Two Opposite Edges Simply Supported. Bending of Rectangular Plates with Various Boundary Conditions. Buckling of Simply Supported Plates Under Compressive Loads. Buckling of Rectangular Plates Under Inplane Shear Load. Vibration of Simply Supported Plates. Buckling and Vibration of Plates with Two Parallel Edges Simply Supported. Closure. Analytical Solutions of Rectangular Laminates Using CLPT Governing Equations in Terms of Displacements. Admissible Boundary Conditions for the Navier Solutions. Navier Solutions of Antisymmetric Cross-Ply Laminates. The Navier Solutions of Antisymmetric Angle-Ply Laminates. The LTvy Solutions. Analysis of Midplane Symmetric Laminates. Transient Analysis. Summary. Analytical Solutions of Rectangular Laminates Using FSDT Introduction. Simply Supported Antisymmetric Cross-Ply Laminates. Simply Supported Antisymmetric Angle-Ply Laminates. Antisymmetric Cross-Ply Laminates with Two Opposite Edges Simply Supported. Antisymmetric Angle-Ply Laminates with Two Opposite Edges Simply Supported. Transient Solutions. Summary. Finite Element Analysis of Composite Laminates Introduction. Laminated Beams and Plate Strips by CLPT. Timoshenko Beam/Plate Theory. Numerical Results for Beams and Plate Strips. Finite Element Models of Laminated Plates (CLPT). Finite Element Models of Laminated Plates (FSDT). Summary. Refined Theories of Laminated Composite Plates Introduction. A Third-Order Plate Theory. Higher-Order Laminate Stiffness Characteristics. The Navier Solutions. LTvy Solutions of Cross-Ply Laminates. Displacement Finite Element Model. Layerwise Theories and Variable Kinematic Models In troduction. Development of the Theory. Finite Element Model. Variable Kinematic Formulations. Nonlinear Analysis of Composite Laminates Introduction. Nonlinear Stiffness Coefficients. Solution Methods for Nonlinear Algebraic Equations. Computational Aspects and Numerical Examples. Closure. Index Most chapters include Exercises and References for Additional Reading
•24 Aug 2001
TL;DR: In this paper, the authors introduce the theory of thin plates and thin shells, and apply it to the analysis of shell structures, including the moment theory of circular cylindrical shells.
Abstract: Part 1 Thin plates: introduction the fundamentals of the small-deflection plate bending theory rectangular plates circular plates bending of plates of various shapes plate bending by approximate and numerical methods advanced topics buckling of plates vibration of plates. Part 2 Thin shells: introduction to the general linear shell theory geometry of the middle surface the general linear theory of thin shells the membrane theory of shells applications of the membrane theory to the analysis of shell structures moment theory of circular cylindrical shells the moment theory of shells of revolution approximate theories of shell analysis and their application advanced topics buckling of shells vibration of shells. Appendices: some reference data Fourier series expansion verification of relations of the theory of surfaces derivation of the strain-displacement relations verification of equilibrium equations.
TL;DR: Theories and finite elements for multilayered structures have been reviewed in this article, where the authors present an extensive numerical evaluation of available results, along with assessment and benchmarking.
Abstract: This work is a sequel of a previous author’s article: “Theories and Finite Elements for Multilayered. Anisotropic, Composite Plates and Shell”, Archive of Computational Methods in Engineering Vol 9, no 2, 2002; in which a literature overview of available modelings for layered flat and curved structures was given. The two following topics, which were not addressed in the previous work, are detailed in this review: 1. derivation of governing equations and finite element matrices for some of the most relevant plate/shell theories; 2. to present an extensive numerical evaluations of available results, along with assessment and benchmarking. The article content has been divided into four parts. An introduction to this review content is given in Part I. A unified description of several modelings based on displacements and transverse stress assumptions ins given in Part II. The order of the expansion in the thickness directions has been taken as a free parameter. Two-dimensional modelings which include Zig-Zag effects, Interlaminar Continuity as well as Layer-Wise (LW), and Equivalent Single Layer (ESL) description have been addressed. Part III quotes governing equations and FE matrices which have been written in a unified manner by making an extensive use of arrays notations. Governing differential equations of double curved shells and finite element matrices of multilayered plates are considered. Principle of Virtual Displacement (PVD) and Reissner’s Mixed Variational Theorem (RMVT), have been employed as statements to drive variationally consistent conditions, e.g.C 0 -Requirements, on the assumed displacements and stransverse stress fields. The number of the nodes in the element has been taken as a free parameter. As a results both differential governing equations and finite element matrices have been written in terms of a few 3×3 fundamental nuclei which have 9 only terms each. A vast and detailed numerical investigation has been given in Part IV. Performances of available theories and finite elements have been compared by building about 40 tables and 16 figures. More than fifty available theories and finite elements have been compared to those developed in the framework of the unified notation discussed in Parts II and III. Closed form solutions and and finite element results related to bending and vibration of plates and shells have been addressed. Zig-zag effects and interlaminar continuity have been evaluated for a number of problems. Different possibilities to get transverse normal stresses have been compared. LW results have been systematically compared to ESL ones. Detailed evaluations of transverse normal stress effects are given. Exhaustive assessment has been conducted in the Tables 28–39 which compare more than 40 models to evaluate local and global response of layered structures. A final Meyer-Piening problem is used to asses two-dimensional modelings vs local effects description.
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