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1.4 Experimental results – Axial compression
1.5 Experimental results – Torsion and combined loading
2.4 Test procedures and measurements
MODE-JUMPING IN POSTBUCKLING STIFFENED COMPOSITE PANELS
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Experimental Observations of Mode-Jumping
3.2.1 Hat-stiffened panel (I)
3.2.2 I-stiffened panel
3.3 Numerical Analysis
3.3.1 Background
3.3.2 The arc-length method
3.3.3 Dynamic methods
3.4 Finite Element Modelling
3.4.1 I-stiffened panel
3.4.2 Hat-stiffened panel (II)
3.5 Concluding Remarks
3.6 Acknowledgement
3.7 References
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Test Specimens, Imperfection Measurements, and Tests
4.2.1 Test Specimens
4.2.2 Imperfection Measurements
4.2.3 Test Apparatus and Tests
4.3 Finite-Element Models and Analyses
4.3.1 Finite-Element Models
4.3.2 Nonlinear Analysis Procedure
4.4.1 High-Fidelity Analysis Models
4.4.2 Typical High-Fidelity Analysis Results
4.5 Analysis-Based High-Fidelity Design Criteria
4.5.1 Manufacturing Imperfection Signature
4.5.2 Response of Compression-Loaded Shells
4.6 Concluding Remarks
4.7 Acknowledgements
4.8 References
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Stability design scenario
5.3 Design of the test structures
5.4 Experiment
5.4.1 Test structure
5.4.2 Preparation of the test structure
5.4.4 Results
5.5 Analysis
5.5.1 Numerical methods
5.5.2 Analysis procedure
5.5.3 Finite element model
5.5.4 Results
5.6 Validation
5.6.1 Introduction
5.6.2 Validation approach
5.6.3 Results
5.6.4 Transferability
5.7 Conclusions and Outlook
5.8 References
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Mechanics of Anisotropic Plates
6.2.1 Introduction
6.2.2 Initial Buckling of Anisotropic Plates13,16-17
6.2.3 Significance of Lamination Parameters
6.2.4 Postbuckling of Anisotropic Plates14-15
6.3.1 Introduction
6.3.2 Combined Loading
6.3.3 Development of Model
6.3.4 Compression Loading
6.3.5 Biaxial Loading
6.3.6 Uniform Shear Loading
6.4 Cylindrical Shells under Compression Loading18-20
6.5 Conclusions
6.6 Acknowledgements
6.7 References
OPTIMISATION OF STIFFENED PANELS USING FINITE STRIP MODELS
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Buckling Analysis
7.3 Optimum Design Strategy
7.3.1 Panel level optimisation
7.3.2 Laminate level optimisation
7.3.3 Convergence test
7.4.2 Validation of an optimum design
7.5 Concluding Remarks
7.6 Acknowledgements
STABILITY OF TUBES AND PIPELINES
8.2 Stability of Elastic Isotropic Cylinders
8.3 Stability of Metal Tubes and Pipelines
8.3.1 Numerical Finite Element Technique
8.3.4 Propagating Buckles in Metal Pipelines
8.4 Stability of Composite Tubes and Pipelines
9.1 Introduction
9.4 Agreement on buckling loads
9.7 Vibration behaviour just after buckling
9.8 Conclusions
9.9 References
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Nonlinear buckling model
10.2.1 Overall buckling
10.2.2 Interactive buckling
10.2.3 Linear eigenvalue analysis
10.2.4 Perfect isotropic struts with soft cores
10.3 Special perfect cases
10.3.1 Core orthotropy
10.3.2 Face–core delamination
10.3.3 Combined loading
10.4 Imperfection sensitivity
10.4.1 Doubly-symmetric panels
11.4.1 Integral equations for in plane stresses
11.5 Multi region formulation
11.6 Governing integral equations for postbuckling
11.6.2 Nonlinear in-plane integral equations
11.6.3 Domain nonlinear terms
11.7 Numerical implementation
11.7.1 Discretization
11.7.2 Dual Reciprocity Method (DRM)
11.7.3 Treatment of the integrals
11.8 Numerical procedure
11.8.1 Linear buckling (eigenvalue)
11.8.2 Postbuckling
11.9 Numerical examples
11.9.1 Linear buckling of curved plates
11.9.2 Linear buckling of channel sections
11.10 Conclusions
11.11 Acknowledgments
11.12 References
12.1 Introduction
12.2.3 Numerical Predictions
12.2.4 Results and Discussion
12.4.1 Numerical Simulations - Modeling Details
12.4.2 Results for the Stitched Panels – DNPs
13.2.1 Micro-Structured Materials — Introduction
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