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Author Decolon, Christian.
Title Analysis of composite structures / Christian Decolon.
Imprint London : HPS, 2002.

Author Decolon, Christian.
Subject Composite materials -- Mathematical models.
Composite construction.
Description 1 online resource (xii, 336 pages) : illustrations
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Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Contents Front Cover; Analysis of Composite Structures; Copyright Page; Contents; Foreword; Part I: Mechanical behaviour of composite materials; Chapter 1. Constitutive relations for anisotropic materials in linear elasticity; 1.1. Introduction; 1.2. Four indices tensor notation; 1.3. Conventional two indices Voigt notation; 1.4. Anisotropic material; 1.5. Matrix relations for a change of axes; Chapter 2. Orthotropic layer behaviour; 2.1. Introduction; 2.2. Stiffness and compliance matrices in orthotropic co-ordinates; 2.3. Conventional matrices for changing axes; 2.4. Stress and strain matrices
2.5. Stiffness matrix in directions away from the orthotropic axes2.6. Compliance matrix in directions away from the orthotropic axes; 2.7. Orthotropic layer loaded in tension and in shear; 2.8. Reduced stiffness matrix for the orthotropic layer; 2.9. Reduced compliance matrices of an orthotropic layer; Chapter 3. Elastic constants of a unidirectional composite; 3.1. Introduction; 3.2. Density ?; 3.3. Longitudinal Young's modulus E1; 3.4. Poisson's coefficient v12; 3.5. Transverse Young's modulus E2; 3.6. Shear modulus Gl2; 3.7. Longitudinal thermal expansion coefficient a1
3.8. Transverse expansion coefficient a2Chapter 4. Failure criteria; 4.1. Introduction; 4.2. Maximum stress theory; 4.3. Maximum strain theory; 4.4. Polynomial failure criteria; 4.5. Tensile and shear strength of a unidirectional layer; 4.6. Determination of failure stresses from three tension tests; Part II: Multi-layer plates; Chapter 5. Multi-layer Kirchhoff-Love thin plates; 5.1. Introduction; 5.2. Kirchhoff-Love hypotheses for thin plates; 5.3. Strain-displacement relationships; 5.4. Global plate equations; 5.5. Calculation of I0; 5.6. Stress field; 5.7. Global cohesive forces
5.8. Composite global stiffness matrix5.9. Decoupling; 5.10. Global stiffnesses of a symmetrical composite; 5.11. Global stiffnesses for an asymmetrical laminate; 5.12. Examples of global stiffness matrices; 5.13. Boundary conditions; 5.14. Determination of transverse shear stresses; 5.15. Strain energy; Chapter 6. Symmetrical orthotropic Kirchhoff-Love plates; 6.1 . Introduction; 6.2. Global plate equations; 6.3. Plate loaded in the mean plane; 6.4. Plate loaded transversely; 6.5. Flexure of a rectangular plate simply supported around its edge
6.6. Free vibrations of a rectangular plate freely supported at its edge6.7. Buckling of a rectangular plate simply supported at its edge; Chapter 7. Thermo-elastic behaviour of composites; 7.1. Introduction; 7.2. Constitutive relation for an orthotropic material; 7.3. Constitutive relation when the normal transverse stress is zero; 7.4. Global cohesion forces; 7.5. Global composite constitutive relation; 7.6. Decoupling; 7.7. Balanced symmetrical composite loaded in the mean plane; Chapter 8. Symmetrical orthotropic Reissner-Mindlin plates; 8.1. Introduction
Summary This book provides the basis for calculations of composite structures, using continuum mechanics to facilitate the treatment of more elaborate theories. A composite structure combines traditional materials (such as concrete) with new materials (such as high performance fibres) to explore and develop new structures.The author deals with individual layers in laminate composites, discussing the basic laws that govern mixtures.·Recommended for both student and professional use ·A systematic, compact presentation in a single volume·Covers the governing equations of composite.
ISBN 9780080527178 (electronic bk.)
0080527175 (electronic bk.)
1417526394 (electronic bk.)
9781417526390 (electronic bk.)
1903996023
9781903996027
1560329823
9781903996621
OCLC # 243695658
Additional Format Print version: Decolon, Christian. Analysis of composite structures. London : HPS, 2002 1903996023 9781903996027 (OCoLC)48978463.


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