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This paper deals with the problem of functionally graded (FG) cylindrical shells subjected to low-velocity impact by a solid striker. An analytic solution to predict the impact response of the FG cylindrical shells with one layer or multi-layers is presented. The solution includes both contact...
Numerical results for clamped, thin square steel plates subjected to blast loading are presented. The numerical analysis is based on a finite element formulation, which includes the nonlinear effects of geometry and material as well as strain rate sensitivity. A phenomenological interactive...
The effect of lateral impact simulating prior damage, on the progressive crush characteristics of 2D-braided composite tubes is investigated. The emphasis of the investigation is on hybridization through the combined use of carbon, glass and/or aramid yarns, as well as through changes in braid...
A numerical–analytical method of solving a class of nonlinear problems of dynamic hydroelasticity is proposed. The essence of the method consists in the expansion of all unknowns in trigonometric Fourier series in terms of the angular coordinate with subsequent application of the...
An integrated modelling and testing procedure for carbon/epoxy composite plates has been developed to evaluate the impact damage initiation and propagation. Three failure modes have been investigated and implemented for the damage simulation. Three-dimensional dynamic finite element method was...
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