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Mechanical Buckling Analysis Of Functionally Graded Plates Using A New Refined Theory

Submitted2016-12-13
Last Update2016-12-13
TitleMechanical Buckling Analysis Of Functionally Graded Plates Using A New Refined Theory
Author(s)Author #1
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Name: Mokhtar Bouazza
Org: Department of Civil Engineering, University of Bechar, Bechar 08000, Algeria
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Email: bouazza_mokhtar@yahoo.fr

Author #2
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Name: Khaled Amara
Org: Laboratory of Materials and Hydrology (LMH), University of Sidi Bel Abbes, Sidi Bel Abbes 2200, Algeria
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Author #3
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Name: Noureddine Benseddiq
Org: Mechanics Laboratory of Lille, CNRS UMR 8107, Ecole Polytech´┐ŻLille, University of Lille1, 59655 Vill
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Alt Email: bouazza_mokhtar@yahoo.fr
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KeywordsNew plate theory, Shear deformable plate theory, Functionally graded plates, Mechanical buckling
AbstractIn the present article, equilibrium and stability equations of rectangular functionally graded plates are determined using the new hyperbolic shear deformation theory. Unlike any other theory, the theory presented gives rise to only four governing equations. Number of unknown functions involved is only four, as against five in case of simple shear deformation theories of Mindlin and Reissner (first shear deformation theory). It is assumed that the material properties vary with the power product form of thickness coordinate variable z. The equilibrium and stability equations are employed to study the buckling behavior of functionally graded plates with all edges simply supported and subjected to in-plane loading conditions. The results obtained are compared with their counterparts in the literature.
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