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Problems for Curved Composites

  • S. D. Akbarov
  • A. N. Guz
Part of the Solid Mechanics and Its Applications book series (SMIA, volume 78)

Abstract

In this chapter we combine the theory developed in Chapter 2 with the finite element method (FEM) to solve some two and three dimensional static and dynamic problems for strips and rectangular plates. We discuss the influence of the parameters defining the curved composite on the stress distribution, and on the natural frequencies of the plates.

Keywords

Ftnite Element Method Stress Distribution Plane Strain Local Curve Ftnite Element Method Modelling 
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Bibliographical Notes

  1. The results given in Section 3.1 and related to the stress distribution in the simply supported strip fabricated from periodic composite were obtained by S.D. Akbarov and N. Yahnioglu [50. Akbarov, S.D. and Yahnioglu, N.: Stress distribution in a strip fabricated from a composite material with small-scale curved structure, Int Appl Mech March, (1997), 684–690.].Google Scholar
  2. 151.
    The numerical results related to the stress distribution in this strip under the boundary and edge conditions (3.1.7) and (3.1.8) were obtained by N.Yahnioglu [ Yahnioglu, N.: FEM analyses of the boundary-value problems corresponding of the static of elements of constructions fabricated from the composite materials with curved structures. Doktoral Diss. Yildiz Technical University, Istanbul, 1996.];Google Scholar
  3. 151.
    the numerical investigations carried out for the stress distribution in the strip with the existence of a local curving in the structure, were also made by N. Yahnioglu [ Yahnioglu, N.: FEM analyses of the boundary-value problems corresponding of the static of elements of constructions fabricated from the composite materials with curved structures. Doktoral Diss. Yildiz Technical University, Istanbul, 1996.].Google Scholar
  4. 152.
    The results given in Section 3.2 and related with the rectangular plate fabricated from periodically curved composite were obtained by N. Yahnioglu [ Yahnioglu, N.: Three-dimensional analysis of stress fields in the plate fabricated from composite materials with small-scale structural curving, Mech Comp Mater, 33, No3 (1997), 340–348.];CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  5. 51.
    the investigations related to local curving, were made by S.D. Akbarov and N.Yahnioglu [ Akbarov, S.D. and Yahnioglu, N.: On the finite element analysis of the influence of the local structural damage of the multilayered thick plate material to the stress distribution, in “Damage and Fracture Mechanics” Eds: C.A. Birebbia and A. Carpinteri, Computational Mech. Pub., Southampton, UK., Boston USA, 1998, pp:187–196, 52. Akbarov, S.D. and Yahnioglu, N.: The influence of the local structural damage of the multilayered thick plate material to the Stress distribution., Int App Mech. Mach (1999), 873–878.].Google Scholar
  6. 154.
    The investigations presented in Section 3.3 were carried out by A.D. Zamanov [ Zamanov, A.D.: On the stress distribution in the thick plate fabricated from the composite material with curved structures under forced vibration. Mech Comp Mater, 4 (1999), 447–454.].Google Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  • S. D. Akbarov
    • 1
    • 2
  • A. N. Guz
    • 3
  1. 1.Yildiz Technical UniversityIstanbulTurkey
  2. 2.Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics of Academy of Science of AzerbaijanBakuAzerbaijan
  3. 3.Institute of Mechanics of National Academy of Science of UkraineKievUkraine

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