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The analysis of orthogonally stiffened plates

by Virgil O"Neal Bennett

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Published in [College Station, Tex.] .
Written in English


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M.S. in Aerospace Engineering Texas A & M University

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Pagination96 leaves
Number of Pages96
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Open LibraryOL26788966M
OCLC/WorldCa5965005

  A general theoretical model is developed to investigate the sound radiation from an infinite orthogonally stiffened plate under point excitation force. The plate can be metallic or composite, and fluid loading is also considered in the research. The first order shear deformation theory is used to account for the transverse shear deformation. The principal relations for the stress analysis of flat circular plates according to the classical theory are presented in a convenient form. Almost any flat circular plate of uniform thickness, with or without central holes, loaded with any combination of axisymmetrical loads may be analyzed by the procedures. (A.C.).

This report describes a parametric approach for the stress analysis of orthogonally stiffened rectangular plates. The analysis assumes that the deflection of an orthogonally stiffened plate is approximated by a homogeneous orthotropic plate of a uniform thickness. Geometric non-linear analysis of stiffened plates was carried out by Sheikh and Mukhopadhyay () utilizing spline finite strip method and von Karman non-linear plate theory. Ojeda, Prusty, Lawrence and Thomas () introduced a new approach based on finite element analysis for large deflection analysis of isotropic and composite stiffened.

stiffened plates is by the adoption of orthotropic plate theory. Huber (14) 2. presented a method to describe the static behavior of plates. l. which are stiffened symmetrically with respect to the middle surface of the plate. In this method, the orthogonally stiffened plate is re­. Replacement of stiffened structures with the equivalent unstiffened orthotropic structures has been performed only in the case of stiffened plates [] and curved stiffened shells with constant radius of curvature []. Srinivasan [16] studied dynamic analysis of stiffened conical shell panels wherein the smearing technique is used for.


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The analysis of orthogonally stiffened plates by Virgil O"Neal Bennett Download PDF EPUB FB2

Qiao, J.F. Davalos, in Developments in Fiber-Reinforced Polymer (FRP) Composites for Civil Engineering, Equivalent analysis of FRP decks. Each of the honeycomb sandwich and multicellular FRP composite bridge decks can be modeled as orthotropic plates, with equivalent stiffnesses that account for the size, shape, and constituent materials of the deck.

Conclusions Orthogonally stiffened plates are important elements of welded structures, thus their minimum cost design influences the economy of these structures significantly.

The basic formula for overall buckling strength shows that the transverse stiffening increases the plate strength in. Summary It is well known that the analysis of vibration of orthogonally stiffened rectangular plates and grillages may be simplified by replacing the actual structure by an orthotropic plate.

This needs a suitable determination of the four elastic rigidity constants D x, D y, D xy, D 1 and the mass \(\bar \rho \) of the orthotropic by: The paper reviews and pieces together engineering work developed for all the applications.

The first part reviews the analytical, numerical, and orthotropic plate procedures that were developed for analysis of stiffened plates and shells. The structural idealization, the theoretical basis, and the merits of each method are also by: response as detailed in Section One common The analysis of orthogonally stiffened plates book for stiffened plates is to treat the stiffened plate as a flat plate with orthotropic properties, this approximation is detailed in Section Finally, in Sectionthe concluding section of this chapter, the interaction of plate.

Many test results of longitudinally and orthogonally stiffened steel plates subjected to uniaxial compression are used for comparing with the ultimate strength predicted by the present method.

It is found from comparison that the present method shows a good agreement with the test results. An orthogonally stiffened skew plate is a skew plate with stiffeners running orthogonal to two opposite edges. To the best knowledge of the present investigators, no previous work has been done for free vibration characteristics of skew plates of such stiffening geometry.

The present work studies the free vibration of such plates. DESIGN METHOD FOR ORTHOGONALLY STIFFENED PLATES WITH OR WITHOUT STRINGERS SUBJECTED TO UNIAXIAL COMPRESSION.

A design method based on the column approach is proposed for evaluating the ultimate strength of orthogonally stiffened wide plates with some heavy longitudinal stiffeners (stringers) in steel box girder bridges including the main box girders of cable.

These illustrate the effect of the stiffeners on the resulting displacement and stress response, in comparison to both stiffened and separately orthogonally stiffened plate arrangements.

In addition, the paper interprets and highlights the effect of the surface area, angle of incidence and contribution of different mode to the behaviour. The elastic buckling and buckling strength analysis of the stiffened plates subject to the in-plane loading is very important in structural design and analysis [7].

El-Sawy and Nazmy [17] employed the finite element methodology to work out the elastic buckling load of uniaxially loaded rectangular perforated plates with circular, rectangular.

The objective of the current paper is to present a Ritz-type solution for the buckling analysis of cracked-orthogonally stiffened panels. A cracked-orthogonally stiffened panel is defined as a rectangular plate with a crack and that has stiffeners that are parallel to one of its sides.

Stiffened plates are basic structural members in marine structures as shown in Figure 1, and include also aeronautic and space shuttles among other to the simplicity in their fabrication and high strength-to-weight ratio, stiffened plates are also widely used for construction of land based structures such as box girder and plate girder bridges.

Basically, there are three major techniques of analysis of orthogonally stiffened flat plates. The first method is based upon the replacement of the actual plate with a grid system of bars. The major of this method of attack is the neglect of torsional rigidities resulting from interactions of the bars.

In the present article a plate orthogonally stiffened on one side is optimized. The orthogonal grid of ribs is more economic, since the transverse stiffeners increase significantly the overall.

The finite element analysis of an orthogonally stiffened annular sector plate is presented by combining the annular sector plate element and the curved beam element. The plate and the curved beam elements are the isoparametric elements in which the effects of shear deformation and rotary inertia have been taken into account.

The effects of boundary conditions, stiffener eccentricity, stiffener curvature, stiffener-plate geometry parameters, in-plane load condition, stiffener-plate cross-section area ratio, and stiffness ratio on the static and dynamic behaviors of a curvilinearly stiffened plate are investigated.

A general theoretical model is developed to investigate the sound radiation from an infinite orthogonally stiffened plate under point excitation force. The plate can be metallic or composite, and fluid loading is also considered in the research.

The first order shear deformation theory is used to account for the transverse shear deformation. This type of analysis is particularly applicable for stiffened plates on a theoretical basis, using beam theory as a guide.

Cross-con- imately the bending and twisting stiffnesses or compliances of the given orthogonally stiffened plate. Now suppose that conveniently sized but. COMPARATIVE DESIGN OF ORTHOGONALLY STIFFENED PLATES FOR PRODUCTION AND STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY - PART 2: SHAPE OPTIMISATION.

To improve the optimal stiffened plates obtained by size optimization in part 1 of this work (see previous abstract), shape. Presenting recent principles of thin plate and shell theories, this book emphasizes novel analytical and numerical methods for solving linear and nonlinear plate and shell dilemmas, new theories for the design and analysis of thin plate-shell structures, and real-world numerical solutions, mechanics, and plate and shell models for engineering appli5/5(4).

nally stiffened plates (Olson ). The rigid-plastic modelling used a beam grillage representation of the stiffened plate, wherein the beam sections were asymmet-ric. In connection with structural dynamics analysis, there are several simple single degree of freedom methods in the classical books of structural dynamics (Biggs ; Clough and.ORTHOGONALLY STIFFENED PLATES Paperback – January 1, by W.

H. Hoppmann (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ $ $ Paperback $Author: W. H. Hoppmann.The Closed Form Method (CFM) CSR-H and PULS code are partly supplementary.

Both codes cover uni-axially stiffened and unstiffened plate, while the Closed Form Method (CFM) also cover pillars, beams, cross-ties, web plates with cut-outs and curved shells.

PULS covers orthogonally stiffened plates, irregular stiffened plates and corrugated panels.