Postbuckling response of long thick isotropic plates loaded in compression including higher order transverse shearing effects
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14 Theory aluminum plates loaded applied displacements average longitudinal direct b/h and different Barred quantities Buckling results buckling stress coefficient Classical theory CT deformation theory SDDT derivation different width-to differential equations dimensional flexibility theory direct stress resultant effects of transverse fewer unknowns first-order shear deformation four theories FSDDT gives the lowest higher order shear Hooke's law in-plane stresses Langley Research Center length where U/a'is Liviu Librescu loaded in compression long with side longitudinal compressive longitudinal direct stress maximum transverse displace NASA natural boundary conditions Newton's method nondimensional quantities given order shear deformation Orthotropic Poisson's ratio Postbuckling results Present results indicate presented in figure principle of virtual quantities are nondimensional Resultants and Transverse SDigher shear deformation theory shear stress sinusoidal periodicity stiffnesses sults theories for aluminum thickness ratios b/h three-dimensional flexibility theory transverse shear flexibility transverse stress resul values of b/h versus applied end-shortening wmax Young's modulus