Effect of the Tangential Loads on the Bending of Elastic Plates
In this work, the problem of bending of a semi-infinite plate under the action of tangential loads is considered on the base of the classical theory, theory of Reissner-Hencky-Mindlin in Vasilyev’s sense, and theory of Ambartsumyan. The comparisons between deflections, transverse shear forces and moments by first-order and higher-order refined theories are performed.
KeywordsBending Tangential loads Plate theories
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