By R. D. Mindlin, Jiashi Yang

ISBN-10: 9812703810

ISBN-13: 9789812703811

This publication through the overdue R D Mindlin is destined to turn into a vintage creation to the mathematical features of two-dimensional theories of elastic plates. It systematically derives the two-dimensional theories of anisotropic elastic plates from the variational formula of the three-d conception of elasticity via energy sequence expansions. the distinctiveness of two-dimensional difficulties can also be tested from the variational point of view. The accuracy of the two-dimensional equations is judged by means of evaluating the dispersion relatives of the waves that the two-dimensional theories can describe with prediction from the three-d thought. Discussing quite often high-frequency dynamic difficulties, it's also important in conventional functions in structural engineering in addition to presents the theoretical starting place for acoustic wave units.

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Simple thickness-modes are defined as those modes of free vibration in which the faces are traction-free and the components of displacement are independent of the coordinates in the plane of the plate. 023) ax2 s3=o s6=^ 9x, A simple thickness-strain (as distinguished from a thickness-strain) is defined as one which is independent of the coordinates x\ andx 3 . , S4). The simple thickness-stretch is characterized by displacements normal to the faces of the plate and the simple thickness-shears by displacements parallel to the faces of the plate.

0 & Fig. 091 Frequency spectrum of uncoupled dilatational and equivoluminal modes of vibration of an infinite, isotropic plate held between smooth, rigid surfaces.

This is illustrated for n=2 in Fig. 083. Fig. 083 Shear wave u'+u" when n=2. Now, add another pair of waves identical with u' and u" but traveling in the reverse directions. The displacements are the same as u' and u" with v2 replaced by -v2. The sum of all four displacements gives . 088) If v > 0 , there are no irrotational vibrations analogous to the equivoluminal vibrations of a plate with free faces. This is because a 42 Mathematical Theory of Vibrations of Elastic Plates dilatational wave, on reflection at a traction-free surface, always gives rise to an equivoluminal wave (Knott, 1899).

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