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Title: Influence of cut-out variables on buckling behavior of composite plates
Authors: Uludağ Üniversitesi/Teknik Bilimler Meslek Yüksekokulu.
Yazıcı, Murat
Keywords: Buckling
Composite plates
Hole corner fillet radius
Hole orientation
Laminated plates
Natural frequencies
Dynamic stability
Elastic stability
Curved panels
Materials science
Polymer science
Finite element method
Plates (structural components)
Polymer matrix composites
Structure (composition)
Behavioral characteristics
Buckling behaviors
Buckling loads
Critical buckling loads
Fillet radius
Finite element analysis
Hole corner fillet radius
Hole orientation
Orientation angles
Rectangular plates
Simply supported
Structural component
Issue Date: Oct-2009
Publisher: Sage Publications
Citation: Yazıcı, M. (2009). "Influence of cut-out variables on buckling behavior of composite plates". Journal of Reinforced Plastics and Composites, 28(19), 2325-2339.
Abstract: Cut-outs are often found in composite structures. These are provided with structural components for ventilation and sometimes to lighten the structure. This article addresses the effects of a cut-out on the buckling behavior of rectangular plates made of polymer matrix composites. While the loaded edges are modeled in simply supported boundary conditions, the unloaded edges are taken as free. Finite element analysis is also performed to predict the effects of cut-outs on the buckling behavior of these plates. Several key findings and behavioral characteristics are discussed. These findings include the effects of cut-out size, cut-out orientation, and corner fillet radius conditions. Some overall important findings of these studies are that the critical buckling loads are not changed by increasing cut-out orientation angle and hole corner fillet radius. The maximum variation was obtained as 5.91% by increasing the hole orientation angle in the buckling loads.
ISSN: 0731-6844
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