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Mechanics of Composite Materials

, Volume 32, Issue 1, pp 30–38 | Cite as

The theory of transverse bending of plates with asymmetric elasticity

  • S. A. Ambartsumian
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Abstract

The problems of bending plates made of various types of composites can be solved efficiently using Cosserat's theory. An approximate theory, reducing three-dimensional equations of the asymmetric theory of elasticity of solids to two-dimensional equations of plate theory has been formulated.

Keywords

Plate Theory Approximate Theory Asymmetric Theory Asymmetric Elasticity 
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