On the dynamic bending of layered plates

  • Ya. F. Kayuk

The dynamic bending of layered metallic plates is studied. Their layers are reinforced with wires, and there are interfacial layers between the contact surfaces. A general approach to solving the corresponding dynamic problems is proposed. It is the principle of virtual work. A system of ordinary differential constitutive equations is obtained and used to determine the amplitude coefficients of the series of coordinate functions that approximates the deflections. The constitutive equations are reduced to Volterra equations of the second kind. Algorithms are developed to calculate the coefficients of the constitutive equations depending on the coordinate functions and on the reinforcement pattern. Possible methods to set up coordinate functions and solve integral equations are indicated


layered metallic plate reinforcement principle of virtual work constitutive equations Volterra equations 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.S. P. Timoshenko Institute of MechanicsNational Academy of Sciences of UkraineKyivUkraine03057

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