2 edition of **Theory of anisotropic plates** found in the catalog.

Theory of anisotropic plates

S. A. Ambartsumyan

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Published
**1970**
by Technomic in Stamford (Conn.)
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Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Statement | S.A. Ambartsumyan ; edited by J.E.Ashton ; translated from the first Russian edition by T. Cheron. |

Series | Progress in materials science series -- Volume 2 |

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Pagination | viii, 248 p. : |

Number of Pages | 248 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL18788893M |

A timelessly valuable resource, this book approaches the subject primarily in terms of the finite element method. It provides incomparably full, self-contained coverage of the theories, analytical solutions, and linear and nonlinear finite element models of plate and shell laminated composite structures. The principal object of this volume is the creation of a mathematical theory of deformations for elastic anisotropic thermodynamic piezoelastic plates, beams and shells with variable thickness. The book is divided into two parts.

Book Description. A major basic text on the theory and structural applications of laminated anisotropic plates. Detailed coverage of problems of bending under transverse load, stability, and free-vibrations, as well as laminated beams, expansional strain effects, curved plates, and free-edge effects. The book covers all aspects of laminiated composite plates, from basic tensor math and anisotropic elasticity, to nonlinear and finite element analysis. The material is presented in a complete and very readible way that makes the subject seem less daunting than other texts I have used.

Introduction to the Theory of Plates Charles R. Steele and Chad D. Balch Division of Mechanics and Computation Department of Mecanical Engineering Stanford University Stretching and Bending of Plates - Fundamentals Introduction A plate is a structural element which is thin and ﬂat. By “thin,” it is meant that the plate’s transverseFile Size: KB. A linear theory underlying dynamic response of multilayered anisotropic plates with nonuniformly weakened bonding is presented from Hamilton’s principle. This theory has the same advantages as conventional higher-order theories over classical and first-order by:

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From the reviews: “This book is devoted to anisotropic elasticity, mechanics of composite materials and fracture mechanics, and connects theoretical treatment and numerical analysis. the book by Hwu is appropriate to be a university textbook for the course of anisotropic elasticity.

a good reference book for the courses of plates and shells, elasticity, fracture mechanics, mechanics 5/5(1). From the reviews: “This book is devoted to anisotropic elasticity, mechanics of composite materials and fracture mechanics, and connects theoretical treatment and numerical analysis.

the book by Hwu is appropriate to be a university textbook for the course of anisotropic elasticity. a good reference book for the courses of plates and shells, elasticity, fracture mechanics, mechanics Cited by: "The principal object of this volume is the creation of a mathematical theory of deformations for elastic anisotropic thermodynamic piezoelastic plates, beams and shells with variable thickness."--BOOK.

From the reviews: “This book is devoted to anisotropic elasticity, mechanics of composite materials and fracture mechanics, and connects theoretical treatment and numerical analysis. the book by Theory of anisotropic plates book is appropriate to be a university textbook for the course of anisotropic elasticity.

a good reference book for the courses of plates and shells, elasticity, fracture mechanics, mechanics. The main purpose of this work is construction of the mathematical theory of elastic plates and shells, by means of which the investigation of basic boundary value problems of the spatial theory of elasticity in the case of cylindrical do mains reduces to the study of two-dimensional boundary valueBrand: Springer Netherlands.

A consistent theory for thin anisotropic layered structures is developed starting from asymptotic analysis of 3D equations in linear elasticity. The consideration is not restricted to the traditional boundary conditions along the faces of the structure expressed in terms of stresses, originating a new type of boundary value problems, which is Author: Lenser Aghalovyan.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ambart︠s︡umi︠a︡n, S.A. (Sergeĭ Aleksandrovich). Theory of anisotropic plates. Stamford, Conn., Technomic Pub. The aim of this book, which consists of four chapters, is to study two dimensional generalized thermoelastic problems for rotating functionally graded anisotropic plates (FGAPs).

A dual-reciprocity boundary element method (DRBEM) is implemented for solving the problems. This book is devoted to the development and formulation of an improved theory of anisotropic plates free from the basic hypothesis of the classical theory, i.e., from the hypothesis of nondeformable normals.

The versions of the improved theory considered in this book are, in fact, new approaches for the consideration of the effect of transverse. GENERALIZATION OF MINDLIN'S KINEMATICAL PLATE THEORY FOR ANISOTROPIC MATERIALS E. El-Soaly Department of Mechanics and Elasticity, Military Technical College, Kobri El-Kobba, Cairo, Egypt ABSTRACT The classical plate theory, investiged by Mindlin (), is based on a kinematical approach which takes into account the effect of transverse shear defor : E.E.

El-Soaly. Anisotropic Elastic Plates find wide applications as structural elements in modern technology. The plates are considered to be subjected to not only inplane loads but also transverse loads. Plane problems, plate bending problems as well as stretching-bending coupling problems are all treated in this book.

The main purpose of this work is construction of the mathematical theory of elastic plates and shells, by means of which the investigation of basic boundary value problems of the spatial theory of elasticity in the case of cylindrical do mains reduces to the study of two-dimensional boundary value problems (BVP) of comparatively simple structure.

Structural Analysis of Laminated Anisotropic Plates - CRC Press Book A major basic text on the theory and structural applications of laminated anisotropic plates. Detailed coverage of problems of bending under transverse load, stability, and free-vibrations, as well as laminated beams, expansional strain effects, curved plates, and free-edge.

Thin anisotropic plates. The theory of thin anisotropic plates is an extension of the Kirchhoff plate theory to plates of anisotropic material.

Thus, the displacement field is given by Eqs. () and the strain-displacement relations by Eqs. () with ɛ x = ɛ y = γ xy = 0. A major basic text on the theory and structural applications of laminated anisotropic plates.

Detailed coverage of problems of bending under transverse load, stability, and free-vibrations, as well as laminated beams, expansional strain effects, curved plates, and free-edge effects/5(2).

A consistent theory for thin anisotropic layered structures is developed starting from asymptotic analysis of 3D equations in linear elasticity.

The consideration is not restricted to the traditional boundary conditions along the faces of the structure expressed in terms of stresses, originating a new type of boundary value problems, which is.

This chapter concerns the mechanical properties of anisotropic laminates. After an introduction to the Classical Laminated Plates Theory (CLPT), different topics, mainly developed with the aid of.

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Ambartsumyan. A review of displacement and stress based refined theories for isotropic and anisotropic laminated plates is presented. Various equivalent single layer and layerwise theories for laminated plates are discussed together with their merits and by: The book is suitable as a review on theories of plates, numerical and / or analytical techniques subjected to bending, buckling and vibration of laminated plates.

View Show abstract. Free 2-day shipping. Buy Asymptotic Theory of Anisotropic Plates and Shells (Hardcover) at The book consists of four chapters. The first chapter presents information from the theory of elasticity of the anisotropic body which is needed for further presentation of the material.

The second chapter presents two improved theories of anisotropic plates based upon the principal statements of the theory of elasticity of the anisotropic body. A major basic text on the theory and structural applications of laminated anisotropic plates.

Detailed coverage of problems of bending under transverse load, stability, and free-vibrations, as well as laminated beams, expansional strain effects, curved plates, and free-edge :