An approximate method of analyzing plates of polymeric material under local loading is described. The state of stress and strain and the stability of the plate are investigated.
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Koltunov, M.A., Kanovich, M.Z. & Sakvarelidze, Z.D. Analysis of plates of polymeric material subjected to local loads. Polymer Mechanics 12, 380–384 (1976). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00857709
- Polymeric Material
- Approximate Method
- Local Load