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Type: Conference paper
Title: Analysis of laminated sandwich plates based on an improved higher order zigzag theory
Author: Pandit, M.
Sheikh, A.
Singh, B.
Citation: Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Sandwich Structures. Organised by The Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto, Portugal, 6-8 May, 2008 / A. Ferreira (ed.)
Publisher: University of Porto
Publisher Place: Portugal
Issue Date: 2008
ISBN: 9789728953232
ISSN: 1099-6362
1530-7972
Conference Name: International Conference on Sandwich Structures (8th : 2008 : Portugal)
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M K Pandit, A H Sheikh, and B N Singh
Abstract: A finite element model based on an improved higher order zigzag plate theory developed by the authors is refined in this study and applied to bending and vibration response of soft core sandwich plates. The theory satisfies interlayer transverse shear stress continuity including transverse shear stress free condition at the plate top and bottom surfaces and transverse normal compressibility of the core. The in-plane displacements vary cubically through the entire thickness, while transverse displacement is assumed to vary quadratically within the core. In order to have a better computational benefit, a C0 finite element formulation is adopted. This is refined through satisfaction of certain constrains variationally using a penalty function approach. The performance of the model is demonstrated by comparing the present results with 3D elasticity solutions and other available results.
Keywords: sandwich plate; plate theory; finite element analysis; natural frequency; soft core
Description: Also published in: Journal of Sandwich Structures & Materials [serial online], 2009; June 5:www1-20
RMID: 0020086128
DOI: 10.1177/1099636209104517
Appears in Collections:Civil and Environmental Engineering publications

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