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|Title:||A general partial discretization methodology for interlaminar stress computation in composite laminates|
|Publisher:||TECH SCIENCE PRESS|
|Citation:||CMES-COMPUTER MODELING IN ENGINEERING & SCIENCES, 17(2), 135-161|
|Abstract:||A two-point boundary value problem (BVP) is formed in the present work governed by a set of first-order coupled ordinary differential equations (ODEs) in terms of displacements and the transverse stresses through the thickness of laminate (in domain -h/2 < z < h/2) by introducing partial discretization methodology only in the plan area of the three dimensional (3D) laminate. The primary dependent variables in the ODEs are those which occur naturally on a plane z=a constant. An effective numerical integration (NI) technique is utilized for tackling the two-point BVP in an efficient manner. Numerical studies on cross-ply and angle-ply composite plates are performed and presented, involving both validation and solution of new problems.|
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