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    Title: 雙模數高階積層板分析之有限帶素法之靜力分析
    Other Titles: Bending analysis of Bimodular laminates using Higher-order finite strip method
    Authors: 曾一平;李正道;賴瑞應
    Contributors: 淡江大學土木工程學系
    Keywords: 有限帶素法;高階基層板理論;雙模數複合材料積層板材料;Bimodular Laminates;Higher-Order Plate Theory;Finite Strip Method
    Date: 1992-11
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 10:40:35 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 臺北市:中華民國結構工程學會
    Abstract: 本文結合有限帶素法與Lo 等人所提出的高階積層板理論,以探討雙模數複合材料積層板之變位分析。於規則結構中.有限帶素法只需較少的自由度即可得到趨近有限元素法之答案。而本文採用高階板理論,不僅在位移場可充分表現出斷面摺屈的效應,且考慮了橫向剪應力的影響,並不需一階板理論中的剪力修正係數。從實例分析可知,本法得到優於一階板理論的結果。
    The higher-order plate theory associated with the finite strip .ethod is developed to analyze bimodular composite la.inates in this paper. The transverse shear deformation can be effectively evaluated and the shear correction coefficients are not required. The maximu. deflections and neutral surface locations of sinusoidally loaded rectangular bimodulus plates are deterined. The convergence and accuracy of the proposed formulation is well deonstrated by several nu.erical examples. The efficiencies of computational cost and memory storage are also noticed.
    Relation: 中華民國第一屆結構工程研討會論文集(二)=The 1st National Congress on Structural Engineering, 1992,頁471-480
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