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    Title: 複合材料積層板部分應力高階層板元素之整體與局部有限元素法分析
    Other Titles: The Global-Local Analysis of Composite Plates Using Partial Hybrid Plate Element
    Authors: 曾一平;蔡文達
    Contributors: 淡江大學土木工程學系
    Keywords: 複合材料;積層板;有限元素法;高階板理論;橫向剪應力;Composite Material;Laminate;Finite Element Method;Higher-Order Plate Theory;Transverse Shear Stress
    Date: 1991-11
    Issue Date: 2014-02-08 19:36:20 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 於直交異向性複合材料積層板分析中, 高階板理論之位移有限元素法有層問橫向剪應 力不連續的缺點,其可以部分應力模態有限元 素法改善之。本文將整體-局部觀念應用於部 份應力高階板元素以增加計算效率。於已有彈 力解之直交堆疊積層板分析中,因本法在局部 區域改善了沿厚度方向橫向剪應力分布,故可 得準確度介於純粹位移法與純粹部分應力模態 有限元素法之間的位移分析,亦可得到滿意的 應力分析。
    In the analysis of laminated plates, the interface traction continuity can not be satisfied by using the displacement-based higher-order plate element. This drawback has been overcome by the partial hybrid stress method. The global-local formulation is further applied to increase the efficiency of computation.
    Relation: 第八屆全國機械工程學術研討會論文集(三)=Proceedings of the Eighth National Conference of the Chinese Society of=Mechanical Engineering (III)
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