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Title: Geometrically non-linear analysis of composite laminated plates subjected to low-velocity impact
Authors: Wang, Simon
Zhang, Xiuqin
Zhang, Yingshun
Zhang, Chenyu
Keywords: Laminated Composite
Low-velocity Impact
Geometrical non-linearity
Transient
B-spline Finite Strip
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: © Scientific & Academic Publishing
Citation: WANG, S. ... et al, 2013. Geometrically non-linear analysis of composite laminated plates subjected to low-velocity impact. International Journal of Composite Materials, 3 (6B), pp.23-29.
Abstract: A B-spline finite strip model is developed in the context of a layer-wise plate theory for analysing the geometrically non-linear transient response of laminated composite plates subjected to transverse low-velocity impact. To simplify the complicated contact analysis, a Hertz-type contact law has been incorporated into the finite strip (FS) model for accounting for the contact behaviour. The model includes the geometrical non-linearity through use of von Karman's non-linear strain-displacement relationship. The resulting non-linear dynamic problem is solved using the Newmark time-stepping scheme together with Newton-Raphson iteration. Several numerical applications are described and a close comparison is found between the results calculated through the present model and the existing analytical and experimental results.
Version: Accepted for publication
DOI: 10.5923/s.cmaterials.201310.04
URI: https://dspace.lboro.ac.uk/2134/16235
Publisher Link: http://article.sapub.org/10.5923.s.cmaterials.201310.04.html
ISSN: 2166-479X
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