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New PDF release: Elasto-Plastic and Damage Analysis of Plates and Shells

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By George Z Voyiadjis, Pawel Woelke

ISBN-10: 354079350X

ISBN-13: 9783540793502

ISBN-10: 3540793518

ISBN-13: 9783540793519

This ebook offers a finite point version for the elasto-plastic and harm research of skinny and thick shells. Linear elastic, inelastic and softening behaviors because of harm in structural shells, in addition to huge rotations are investigated. The textbook is addressed to graduate scholars and researchers in civil, mechanical and aerospace engineering in addition fabric scientists and utilized mechanicians. The formula offered the following was once built essentially for giant scale structural analyses. precise emphasis is for this reason positioned in computational potency. regardless of ever expanding services of these days pcs, small scale constitutive versions are hardly appropriate to research of huge constructions. This e-book presents a constitutive version which permits for actual illustration of the non-linear shell habit as much as failure, whereas delivering excessive potency and applicability to giant scale structural analyses. this can be accomplished through representing the elasto-plastic habit by way of the non-layered method, with an up to date Lagrangian technique used to explain the geometric non-linearities. For the therapy of fabric non-linearities an Iliushin’s yield functionality expressed when it comes to tension resultants is followed, with isotropic and kinematic hardening principles. harm results modeled during the evolution of porosity are integrated into the yield functionality, giving a generalized and handy yield floor expressed when it comes to the strain resultants.

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Although these elements are attractive because of their simplicity, they are too stiff in bending. Take, for example the rectangular, bilinear element subjected to bending moments as shown in Fig. 2. The correct deformation, shown in Fig. 2c gives rise to storage of the energy caused by the normal strains only, while the bilinear element shown in Fig. 2b stores the energy caused by the normal strain εx and a spurious shear strain γx z . Thus, for the same deformation we have: M1 > M2 . The unwanted shear strain that produces M1 > M2 is called “parasitic shear”.

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