## Analysis of plates |

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### Contents

Basic Relationships for Rectangular Plates | 3 |

Basic Relationships for Circular Plates | 33 |

CLASSICAL SOLUTIONS | 51 |

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applied assume assumption Ax,y axis bending boundary conditions chain rule Chapter circular plate clamped edge coefficients column reactions Component plate concentrated load considered continuous plate cosh deflection function deflections of plates deformation derivation dx dy dxdy edge parallel finite difference finite element Fourier series Fourier sine series free edge given by Eq governing equation intermediate beam isotropic Lagrange multipliers lateral deflections lateral load Levy solution linear middle surface mirb mirx nira obtain orthotropic plate partial differential equation particular solution plate element plate in Fig Polar coordinate system polar coordinates problem rectangular plate rotation satisfied shear stress shown in Fig simply supported edge simply supported plate sine series sinh solved stiffeners stress-strain stress-strain curve subelement substitute Eq Substitution of Eq superposition technique thin plates tion transverse load transverse shear strain uniform load values virtual displacements yields zero