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Mechanics of Composite Materials

, Volume 50, Issue 2, pp 245–256 | Cite as

Modeling Large Deformations of Fibrous Bodies of Revolution Based on Applied and Carcass Theories 1. Butt-End Torsion of Cylindrical and Toroidal Вodies

  • V. M. Akhundov
Article

The results of research into regularly fiber-reinforced bodies under large deformations, obtained by using a single-level applied and two-level carcass theories, are presented. Uni-, two-, and three-directionally reinforced bodies of revolution and prismatic ones, with high and low content of reinforcing fibers, subjected to butt-end torsion under the action of compression and rotation-caused centrifugal forces are investigated. Problems on the butt-end torsion of a thick-wall cylinder with axially arranged fibers and of a thick-wall toroidal shell with meridionally located fibers are considered.

Keywords

single- and two-level theories fibrous bodies cylindrical prismatic and toroidal bodies, uni- two- and three-directional reinforcement butt-end torsion compression centrifugal forces large deformations 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.National Metallurgical Academy of UkraineDnepropetrovskUkraine

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