Static and dynamic behaviors of laminated composite plates resting on elastic foundation
This present study consists to analyze the mechanical buckling and the free vibration stabilities of antisymmetric cross-ply and angle-ply laminated composite plates using a refined high order shear deformation theory of four variables against five in other high order theories. Among the advantages of this new theory it takes into consideration the shearing effect in the calculation of deformation without the need for shear correction factors and giving rise to a variation of the shear stresses along the thickness and satisfying the zero shear stresses condition in faces of the plate. The laminate resting on the Pasternak elastic foundation, including a shear layer and Winkler spring, are considered. The equations of the motion are derived from Hamilton’s principal. The closed form solution of simply supported rectangular plates has been obtained by using the Navier method. In addition, the effects of various parameters of the laminated composite plate on static buckling and dynamic are presented.
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