The Behavior of Structures Composed of Composite Materials. Second Edition

The Behavior of Structures Composed of Composite Materials. Second Edition

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Composite structures and products have developed tremendously since the publication of the first edition of this work in 1986. This new edition of the now classic 1986 text has been written to educate the engineering reader in the various aspects of mechanics for using composite materials in the design and analysis of composite structures and products. Areas dealt with include manufacture, micromechanical properties, structural design, joints and bonding and a much needed introduction to composite design philosophy. Each chapter is concluded by numerous problems suitable for home assignments or examination. A solution guide is available on request from the authors.
Reviews of the first edition:
This book is highly recommended both as a text for courses in structural aspects of composites, as well as for practicing structures engineers and researchers involved with composites. In fact, a copy of it belongs in the library of every composite structures designer, analyst, and researcher."
"An essential reference that every composites engineer should own"

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Published 01 January 1983
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EAN13 0306484145
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Preface to the Second Edition
Preface to the First Edition
Contents
1.Introduction to Composite Materials 1.1.General History 1.2.Composite Material Description 1.3.Types of Composite Materials 1.4.Constituent Properties 1.5.Composite Manufacturing, Fabrication and Processing 1.6.Uses of Composite Materials 1.7.Design and Analyses with Composite Materials 1.8.References 1.9.Journals 1.10. Problems
2.Anisotropic Elasticity and Composite Laminate Theory 2.1.Introduction 2.2.Derivation of the Anisotropic Elastic Stiffness and Compliance Matrices 2.3.The Physical Meaning of the Components of the Orthotropic Elasticity Tensor 2.4.Methods to Obtain Composite Elastic Properties from Fiber and Matrix Properties 2.5.Thermal and Hygrothermal Considerations 2.6.TimeTemperature Effects on Composite Materials 2.7.High Strain Rate Effects on Material Properties 2.8.Laminae of Composite Materials 2.9.Laminate Analyses 2.10. Piezoelectric Effects 2.11. References 2.12. Problems
3.Composite MaterialsPlates and Panels of 3.1.Introduction 3.2.Plate Equilibrium Equations 3.3.The Bending of Composite Material Laminated Plates: Classical Theory 3.4.Classical Plate Theory Boundary Conditions 3.5.Navier Solutions for Rectangular Composite Material Plates 3.6.Navier Solution for a Uniformly Loaded Simply Supported Plate – An Example Problem 3.7.Levy Solution for Plates of Composite Materials
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3.8.Perturbation Solutions for the Bending of a Composite Material Plate With MidPlane Symmetry and No BendingTwisting Coupling 3.9.QuasiIsotropic Composite Panels Subjected to a Uniform Lateral Load 3.10.A Static Analysis of Composite Material Panels Including Transverse Shear Deformation Effects 3.11. Boundary Conditions for a Plate Using the Refined Plate Theory Which Includes Transverse Shear Deformation 3.12. Composite Plates on an Elastic Foundation 3.13. Solutions for Plates of Composite Materials Including TransverseShear Deformation Effects, Simply Supported on All Four Edges 3.14. Dynamic Effects on Panels of Composite Materials 3.15. Natural Flexural Vibrations of Rectangular Plates: Classical Theory 3.16. Natural Flexural Vibrations of Composite Material Plate Including TransverseShear Deformation Effects 3.17. ForcedVibration Response of a Composite Material Plate Subjected to a Dynamic Lateral Load 3.18. Buckling of a Rectangular Composite Material Plate – Classical Theory 3.19. Buckling of a Composite Material Plate Including TransverseShear Deformation Effects 3.20. Some Remarks on Composite Structures 3.21. Methods of Analysis for Sandwich Panels With Composite Material Faces, and Their Structural Optimization 3.22. Governing Equations for a Composite Material Plate With MidPlane Asymmetry 3.23. Governing Equations for a Composite Material Plate With Bending Twisting Coupling 3.24. Concluding Remarks 3.25. References 3.26. Problems and Exercises
4.Beams, Columns and Rods of Composite Materials 4.1.Development of Classical Beam Theory 4.2.Some Composite Beam Solutions 4.3.Composite Beams With Abrupt Changes in Geometry or Load 4.4.Solutions by Green’s Functions 4.5.Composite Beams of Continuously Varying CrossSection 4.6.Rods 4.7.Vibration of Composite Beams 4.8.Beams With MidPlane Asymmetry 4.9.Advanced Beam Theory for Dynamic Loading Including MidPlane Asymmetry 4.10. Advanced Beam Theory Including Transverse Shear Deformation Effects 4.11. Buckling of Composite Columns 4.12. References 4.13. Problems
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5.Composite Material Shells 5.1.Introduction 5.2.Analysis of Composite Material Circular Cylindrical Shells 5.3.Some Edge Load and Particular Solutions 5.4.A General Solution for Composite Cylindrical Shells Under Axially Symmetric Loads 5.5.Response of a Long AxiSymmetric Laminated Composite Shell to an Edge Displacement 5.6.Sample Solutions 5.7.MidPlane Asymmetric Circular Cylindrical Shells 5.8.Buckling of Circular Cylindrical Shells of Composite Materials Subjected to Various Loads 5.9.Vibrations of Composite Shells 5.10. Additional Reading On Composite Shells 5.11. References 5.12. Problems
6.Energy Methods For Composite Material Structures 6.1.Introduction 6.2.Theorem of Minimum Potential Energy 6.3.Analysis of a Beam Using the Theorem of Minimum Potential Energy 6.4.Use of Minimum Potential Energy for Designing a Composite Electrical Transmission Tower 6.5.Minimum Potential Energy for Rectangular Plates 6.6.A Rectangular Composite Material Plate Subjected to Lateral and Hygrothermal Loads 6.7.InPlane Shear Strength Determination of Composite Materials in Laminated Composite Panels 6.8.Use of the Theorem of Minimum Potential Energy to Determine Buckling Loads in Composite Plates 6.9.Trial Functions for Various Boundary Conditions for Composite Material Rectangular Plates 6.10. Reissner’s Variational Theorem and its Applications 6.11. Static Deformation of Moderately Thick Beams 6.12. Flexural Vibrations of Moderately Thick Beams 6.13. Flexural Natural Frequencies of a Simply Supported Beam Including Transverse Shear Deformation and Rotatory Inertia Effects 6.14. References 6.15. Problems
7.Strength and Failure Theories 7.1.Introduction 7.2.Failure of Monolithic Isotropic Materials 7.3.Anisotropic Strength and Failure Theories 7.3.1.Maximum Stress Theory 7.3.2.Maximum Strain Theory
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7.3.3.Interactive Failure Theories 7.4.Lamina Strength Theories 7.5.Laminate Strength Analysis 7.6.References 7.7.Problems
8.Joining of Composite Material Structures 8.1.General Remarks 8.2.Adhesive Bonding 8.3.Mechanical Fastening 8.4.Recommended Reading 8.5.References 8.6.Problems
9.Introduction to Composite Design 9.1.Introduction 9.2.Structural Composite Design Procedures 9.3.Engineering Analysis
Appendices A1Micromechanics A2Test Standards for Polymer Matrix Composites A3Properties of Various Polymer Composites
Author Index Subject Index
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