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Progressive damage and fracture of stitched J-stiffened composite panels under shear loading is evaluated via computational simulation. The objective of this paper is to demonstrate the postbuckling range application of a new methodology that scales up constituent material properties, stress and...
In this paper, an energy method is applied to study the buckling problem of near surface triangular, elliptical and lemniscated delamination in a cylindrical laminated shell. The relationships between critical strain value and the geometrical and physical parameters of base laminated shell and...
The parametric resonance characteristics of laminated composite doubly curved panels subjected to various in-plane static and periodic compressive edge loadings, including partial and concentrated edge loading are studied using finite element analysis. The first order shear deformation theory is...
When a thermoelastic material is subjected to a time varying stress field, the mechanical energy is dissipated in the form of heat due to the well-known thermoelastic effect. This process is known as elastothermodynamic damping. Evaluation of elastothermodynamic damping in fibre-reinforced MMCs...
This paper investigates the strength of concrete cylinders confined by composites in three different ways. First, the relationship between number of composite layers and strength of confined concrete cylinder is studied. Carbon and glass fiber composites are used for confinement. Experimental...
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