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Elatic Buckling of Plates with Reinforced Square Holes

  • A. B. Sabir
  • F. Y. Chow
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Summary

The finite element method is used to obtain the elastic buckling loads for square plates containing reinforced square holes. The presence of holes in plates produce a redistribution of the inplane stresses and in some loading cases this redistribution causes the elastic buckling load to be decreased. To regain the buckling strength it is essential to reinforce the holes.

In the present paper we investigate the effect of the reinforcement on the buckling load of square plates with central square holes when the plate is subjected to uniform uniaxial, biaxial or shear edge loading. Simply supported plates are considered and the amount of reinforcement required to increase the elastic buckling load to that of the plate without a hole is determined.

Keywords

Circular Hole Total Potential Energy Perforated Plate Hole Size Biaxial Loading 
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© Springer Japan 1986

Authors and Affiliations

  • A. B. Sabir
    • 1
  • F. Y. Chow
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Civil and Structural EngineeringUniversity CollegeCardiffUK

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