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R. L. Salganik, "Mixed static boundary-value problems for laminated elastic structures formed by bending resistant layers (a continuum approximation)," Mech. Solids. 39 (1), 65-72 (2004)
Year 2004 Volume 39 Number 1 Pages 65-72
Title Mixed static boundary-value problems for laminated elastic structures formed by bending resistant layers (a continuum approximation)
Author(s) R. L. Salganik (Moscow)
Abstract Static boundary-value problems of the elastic deformation of laminated structures formed by bending resistant plane layers (plates) are considered in continuum approximation. These are 2D problems for a half-plane and 3D problems for a half-space, with the boundaries being parallel to the layers. It is assumed that the distribution of normal displacements (deflections) is prescribed on part of the boundary, while the distribution of normal stresses is prescribed on the remaining portion of the boundary. The action of tangential stresses is neglected both on the boundary of the structure and on the interfaces between the layers. The normal pressure preventing from delamination is assumed to act normally to the layers. It is assumed, in addition, that this pressure is uniformly distributed and, hence, does not affect the deflection. Loading along the layers is assumed absent or as low as one can neglect the influence of this loading on the deflection of the layers. Basic types of boundary relations represented in the general form are considered. These relations are utilized to solve special problems, first for the 2D case and then for the 3D axially symmetric case.
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Received 05 February 2003
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