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Linear and nonlinear buckling analysis of a locally stretched plate

type de publication      article dans une revue internationale avec comité de lecture
date de publication 2016
auteur(s) Kilardj Madina; Ikhenazen Ghania; Messager Tanguy; Kanit Toufik
journal (abréviation) Journal of Mechanical Science and Technology (J Mech Sci Tech)
volume (numéro) 30 (8)
  
pages 3607 – 3613
résumé Uniformly stretched thin plates do not buckle unless they are in special boundary conditions. However, buckling commonly occurs around discontinuities, such as cracks, cuts, narrow slits, holes, and different openings, of such plates. This study aims to show that buckling can also occur in thin plates that contain no defect or singularity when the stretching is local. This specific stability problem is analyzed with the finite element method. A brief literature review on stretched plates is presented. Linear and nonlinear buckling stress analyses are conducted for a partially stretched rectangular plate, and various load cases are considered to investigate the influence of the partial loading expanse on the critical tensile buckling load. Results are summarized in iso-stress areas, tables and graphs. Local stretching on one end of the plate induces buckling in the thin plate even without geometrical imperfection.
mots clés BucklingFEMLinear and nonlinear analysisLocal stretchingThin plate
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