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*Novel mixed finite element models for nonlinear analysis of plates. In this study, mixed finite element models of plate bending are developed to include other variables e.*

- Solution Manual Theory and Analysis of Elastic Plates and Shells 2nd Edition J. N. Reddy
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Novel mixed finite element models for nonlinear analysis of plates. In this study, mixed finite element models of plate bending are developed to include other variables e.

Various finite element models are developed using the weighted-residual statements of suitable equations. The classical plate theory and the first-order shear deformation plate theory are used in this study and the von Karman nonlinear strains are accounted for.

Each newly developed model is examined and compared with displacement finite element models to evaluate their performance. Numerical results show that the new mixed models developed herein show better accuracy than existing displacement based models. Keywords: plates, nonlinear analysis, finite elements, mixed nodes, least-squares method. The basic idea of mixed finite element model is to treat stresses or stress resultants as dependent unknowns in addition to the generalized displacements.

Certain mixed finite element models of plates were developed more than two decades ago by Putcha and Reddy [3, 4] to overcome the drawbacks of the displacement based models. The mixed finite element models [3, 4] were developed in the past by including bending moments as independent variables to reduce the differentiability of the transverse displacement. The mixed models can provide the same level of accuracy for the bending moments as that for the displacements, whereas in the displacement based model the bending moments are calculated at points other than nodes in the postprocessing.

Thus, the displacement finite element models cannot provide the same level of accuracy for force-like variables as the mixed finite element models. The objective of this study is to investigate the performance of finite element models based on weighted-residual formulations of the equations governing classical and first-order shear deformation plate theories.

In particular, the study investigates merits and demerits of the newly developed mixed finite element models. The von Karman nonlinear equations [6, 9, 10] are used to develop alternative finite element models to the conventional displacement-based finite element models [5, 7, 8].

In the present study, mixed finite element models are developed to include other variables i. The effect of including other variables will be compared with different mixed models to show the advantage of the one type of model over other models. Two different mixed models based on the classical plate theory and two mixed models based on the first-order shear deformation plate theory are developed.

The performance of the newly developed finite element models is evaluated by comparing the solutions with those of the existing displacement finite element models [9, 10].

Here we derive governing equations of the classical plate theory CPT and first-order shear deformation theory FSDT of plates with the von Karman strains. The principle of virtual displacements is used to derive the equilibrium equations in terms of the stress resultants and then the stress resultants are expressed in terms of the displacements using elastic constitutive relations.

We only summarize the pertinent equations in this section without presenting the details of the derivation. The classical plate theory CPT is based on the Kirchhoff hypothesis, which consists of the following three assumptions: 1 straight lines perpendicular to the mid-surface i.

On the other hand, the first-order shear deformation plate theory FSDT is based on the assumption the normals before deformation do not remain normal after deformation. The equations of equilibrium expressed in terms of the stress resultants are the same in both theories, and they are given by. Here h denotes the total thickness of the plate and the x,y -plane is taken to coincide with the middle plane of the plate and the z-coordinate is taken perpendicular to the plane of the plate.

The difference in the kinematics of each plate theory is responsible for the difference in the relationships between the stress resultants and the generalized displacements.

Under the assumption of small strain but moderately large rotation, we can simplify the components of the nonlinear strain tensor [6, 9, 10]. The components of the Green strain tensor for this case, with the assumed displacement field in 3 , are given by. We assume that the plate is made of linear elastic material and that the plane stress exists.

Then the plane stress-reduced elastic constitutive equations are given by. By using the constitutive relations given in Eq. The plate constitutive equations in the FSDT are given by. We introduce the effective shear forces as. In this section, we develop various types of the nonlinear mixed finite element models of plates. In current models, various stress resultants are included as independent nodal variables with the weighted-residual statements of suitable equations.

Keeping the forthcoming developments in mind the governing equations of the two theories are summarized first. The following weighed-residual statements are used:. The primary variables and the secondary variable of the formulation are as follows. With the weighted residual statements in 17 , we can develop the finite element model, denoted as Model I, of the CPT by approximating the 11 variables with known interpolation functions and unknown nodal values.

The Lagrange interpolation functions are admissible for all variables i. We take. By substituting the expressions from 18 into the weighted-residual statements of 17 , we obtain the finite element equations.

The rest of the coeffcients matrices and force vectors are zero. The shear forces V x and V y can be eliminated by substituting the forth and the fifth equilibrium equations into the third equilibrium equation of the CPT. The following 9 weighted-residual statements are used:.

All 9 variables are approximated with the Lagrange type interpolation functions, and the finite element model is of the form. The primary variables and the secondary variable of the Model III can be specified as follows:. The coeffcients can be identified with the help of the weighted-residual statements in The in-plane forces N xx , N xy and N yy can be eliminated by substituting from the first two equilibrium equations into the remaining equations of equilibrium.

The weighted-residual statements of the resulting 10 equations are summarized below:. The finite element model is of the form. In this section we will discuss the numerical results obtained with the finite element models developed in Section 3. Comparisons of various models are presented with linear and nonlinear solutions available in the literature.

The Newton's iterative technique is used to solve the nonlinear equations. The tangent stiffness coeffcients are computed from the stiffness coeffcients see Reddy [6] for details. We consider a square plate with the following material properties:. Due to the biaxial symmetry of the geometry, boundary conditions, and applied load, only a quadrant of the plate was used as the computational domain. Three types of boundary conditions are considered with common boundary conditions along the symmetry lines of the quadrant.

The specific boundary conditions are shown in Fig. To verify the accuracy of the newly developed plate bending models, solutions obtained with the new models are compared with those of the existing models [1, 2, 6] and analytic solutions. First, the linear solutions of the mixed CPT models will be discussed by comparing the results obtained with displacement based model [4, 6].

The comparison of the results of the various models under the simple support I SS1 and clamped CC boundary conditions are given in Tables 1 and 2. For the simple support boundary condition SS1 , Model II showed best accuracy for the center vertical deflection, while Model I provided better accuracy for the center bending moment, as shown in Table 1.

For the clamped CC boundary condition, the Model I showed best accuracy both for the center vertical deflection and the center bending moment as shown in Table 2. By including the shear forces i. Current CPT mixed models were compared with the displacement based model.

For the CPT displacement based model, non-conforming and the conforming [6] elements should be used because of the continuity requirement of the weak formulation. Current mixed models provided better accuracy when the compatible nine-node quadratic element was used. Even the four-node liner element also provided acceptable accuracy compared with the non-conforming displacement based model. The stresses obtained from the current mixed models showed better accuracy, because the stresses can be directly computed by using bending moment or shear resultant obtained at a node.

The mixed model developed by Reddy [4] included bending moments as independent nodal value in the finite element model, while current Model III and IV included vertical shear resultants i. Thus, the solution of the linear bending of each model is essentially the same as shown in Table 3. The center defection, w 0 , of the newly developed models are presented in Table 4. In every load step, the converged solution was obtained within 4 iterations. Results of full integration and the reduced integration are presented in Table 4.

In both models both membrane and shear locking are not severe, as judged against the published solutions, and the effect of reduced integration is not significant. The nonlinear load vs. For the SS3 boundary condition, both vertical deflection and stresses of Models I and II showed very close agreement with the displacement finite element model. The normal stresses and the membrane stresses were computed at points 0, 0, 0.

The 9-node quadratic element mesh showed closer agreement with the displacement FSDT model. The nonlinear center deflection, normal and membrane stresses of Models I and II are compared with the results of the displacement model.

The results are presented in Table 5. The Model IV showed acceptable convergence with SS3 boundary condition but with SS1 boundary condition it took slightly more iterations to converge. This is due to the fact that plates with SS1 boundary conditions are more flexible and exhibit greater nonlinearity.

The distributions of various quantities are presented in Figs. The data was post-processed inside of each element using 10 Gauss points ranging from Even though all models show similar patterns for each variable as shown in Fig. Obviously, the plots in Figs. Of course, the displacement models exhibit even higher discontinuities in the bending moments as well as shear forces.

In this study, advantages and disadvantages of newly developed nonlinear finite element models of plate bending are investigated. In almost every case, newly developed mixed plate bending models provided better accuracy for linear and nonlinear solutions of deflections and stress resultants.

Model IV showed poor convergence compared with other models because of the absence of typical displacement variables. An important observation of the present study is that the mixed models do not experience significant locking. In summary, the two main advantages of the mixed model are the reduction in the continuity requirements for the transverse deflection in CPT and the increase of the accuracy for the stress resultants.

Of course, there is a slight increase in computational cost due to the increased number of degrees of freedom per node. The second author gratefully acknowledges the support of this research by Army Research Offce. Triangular finite element for plate bending with constant and linearly varying bending moments. Finite element bending analysis for plates.

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*This work is an overview of available theories and finite elements that have been developed for multilayered, anisotropic, composite plate and shell structures. Although a comprehensive description of several techniques and approaches is given, most of this paper has been devoted to the so called axiomatic theories and related finite element implementations.*

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"This new book by J.N. Reddy digests more than two decades of research by him in plate theories (specially for thick plates and laminated composites), variational.

Ashlee L. 25.05.2021 at 16:17Theory and Analysis of. Elastic Plates and Shells. Second Edition. J. N. Reddy. Distinguished Professor and. Holder of the Oscar S. Wyatt Endowed Chair.

Valiant G. 26.05.2021 at 07:26Simple two-dimensional plate and shell theories can be developed to study the deformation and stresses in plate structures undergoing small strains, small to moderate rotations, and large displacements.

Jason R. 26.05.2021 at 21:44Simple two-dimensional plate and shell theories can be developed to study the deformation and stresses in plate structures undergoing small strains, small to moderate rotations, and large displacements.