• Mechanics Of Laminated Composite Doubly Curvel Shell Structures

Mechanics Of Laminated Composite Doubly Curvel Shell Structures

Mechanics Of Laminated Composite Doubly Curvel Shell Structures

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  • Author
    Francesco Tornabene
  • Publisher
    Società Editrice Esculapio
  • Publication date
    01 March 2014

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Book Detail

  • Book Title

    Mechanics Of Laminated Composite Doubly Curvel Shell Structures

  • Author

    Francesco Tornabene

  • Date Published

    01 March 2014

  • Publisher

    Società Editrice Esculapio

  • Pages

    824 pages

  • ISBN

    9788874886876

Book Description

 This manuscript comes from the experience gained over ten years of study and research on shell structures and on the Generalized Differential Quadrature method. The title, Mechanics of Laminated Composite Doubly-Curved Shell Structures, illustrates the theme followed in the present volume. The present study aims to analyze the static and dynamic behavior of moderately thick shells made of composite materials through the application of the Differential Quadrature (DQ) technique. A particular attention is paid, other than fibrous and laminated composites, also to “Functionally Graded Materials” (FGMs). They are non-homogeneous materials, characterized by a continuous variation of the mechanical properties through a particular direction. The GDQ numerical solution is compared, not only with literature results, but also with the ones supplied and obtained through the use of different structural codes based on the Finite Element Method (FEM). Furthermore, an advanced version of GDQ method is also presented. This methodology is termed Strong Formulation Finite Element Method (SFEM) because it employs the strong form of the differential system of equations at the master element level and the mapping technique, proper of FEM. The connectivity between two elements is enforced through compatibility conditions.

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