In this chapter we investigate the stress state in composite material with locally plane-curved layers. All investigations are carried out for plane-strain state with the use of the relations and assumptions given in Chapter 4. For various local curving form the distribution of the self-balanced stresses on the inter-layer surfaces are studied in detail.
KeywordsContact Condition Tangential Stress Middle Surface Nonnal Stress Filler Layer
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- 9.The solution method presented in section 6.2 was proposed by S.D.Akbarov [ Akbarov, S.D.: On mechanics of composite materials with local curvings in the structure, Prikl Mech 23, No 1(1987), 119–122 (in Russian).]. The study given in section 6.3 was also made by S.D. Akbarov [12. Akbarov, S.D.: Stress state in a laminated composite with local curvatures in the structure, Soviet Applied Mechanics, November (1988), 452–461., 13. Akbarov, S.D.: Distributions of self-balanced stresses in a laminated composite material with antiphase locally distorted structures, Soviet Applied Mechanics December (1988), 560–565.].Google Scholar
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