Trigonometric-series solution for analysis of laminated composite beams
journal contributionposted on 02.12.2020, 06:00 by Trung-Kien Nguyen, Ngoc-Duong Nguyen, Thuc VoThuc Vo, Huu Tai Thai
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A new analytical solution based on a higher-order beam theory for static, buckling and vibration of laminated composite beams is proposed in this paper. The governing equations of motion are derived from Lagrange's equations. An analytical solution based on trigonometric series, which satisfies various boundary conditions, is developed to solve the problem. Numerical results are obtained to compare with previous studies and to investigate the effects of length-to-depth ratio, fibre angles and material anisotropy on the deflections, stresses, natural frequencies and critical buckling loads of composite beams with various configurations.
Vietnam National Foundation for Science and Technology Development | 107.02-2015.07
Pagination10p. (p. 142-151)
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Science & TechnologyTechnologyMechanicsMaterials Science, CompositesMaterials ScienceTrigonometric-series solutionLaminated composite beamsStaticBucklingVibrationFREE-VIBRATION ANALYSISHIGHER-ORDER THEORIESGENERAL BOUNDARY-CONDITIONSSHEAR DEFORMATION THEORIESGRADED SANDWICH BEAMSFINITE-ELEMENTBUCKLING ANALYSISTRANSVERSE-SHEARBENDING ANALYSISDYNAMIC-ANALYSISMaterials