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This paper presents buckling analysis of rectangular plate by split-deflection method. Here the deflection was taken as the product of these two components in x and y directions. The study formulated the total potential energy functional from principles of theory of elasticity based on work-error approach using this assumption. By direct variation, the energy functional was minimized by and equation for critical buckling load was obtained. Two examples, one withall edges simply supported and the other with all edges clamped were used to test this method. The one used polynomial function for x component of deflection and trigonometric function for y component of. For the second example polynomial function for both x and y components of deflection.Critical buckling load (in non dimensional forms) of the two examples for aspect ratios ranging from 1.0 to 2.0 (at increment of 0.1) were determined and compared with the values from previous study. From the comparison, it was observed that the maximum percentage difference of 0.69 was recorded. Thesmall valeus of percentage difference from this studyshow that this present method is sufficient and reliable for classical plate theory (CPT) buckling analysis of rectangular plates.

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SPLIT-DEFLECTION METHOD

1

1,2,

Civil Engineering Department, Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Nigeria

3,

Civil Engineering Department, Imo State University, Owerri, Nigeria

Abstract

This paper presents buckling analysis of rectangular

plate by split-deflection method. Here the deflection

was taken as the product of these two components in x

and y directions. The study formulated the total

potential energy functional from principles of theory of

elasticity based on work-error approach using this

assumption. By direct variation, the energy functional

was minimized by and equation for critical buckling

load was obtained. Two examples, one withall edges

simply supported and the other with all edges clamped

were used to test this method. The one used polynomial

function for x component of deflection and

trigonometric function for y component of. For the

second example polynomial function for both x and y

components of deflection.Critical buckling load (in non

dimensional forms) of the two examples for aspect

ratios ranging from 1.0 to 2.0 (at increment of 0.1) were

determined and compared with the values from

previous study. From the comparison, it was observed

that the maximum percentage difference of 0.69 was

recorded. Thesmall valeus of percentage difference

from this studyshow that this present method is

sufficient and reliable for classical plate theory (CPT)

buckling analysis of rectangular plates.

Index

Terms

Critical

buckling

load,

split-deflection, work-error, energy functional,

polynomial function, trigonometric function

I. INTRODUCTION

Classical plate theory (CPT) buckling analysis is

dominated energy methods such as Raleigh,

Raleigh-Rit, Ritz, Galerkin, minimum potential energy,

work-erroretc

(Ugural,

1999,

Ventsel

and

Krauthammer, 2001 and Ibearugbulem et al.,

2014).Most of these energy methods are characterized

by single deflection (un-separated) function. The

deflection is a single orthogonal function, w.This is

evident in the energy functionals. For instance, let us

look at the energy functional of work error method

(Ibearugbulem et al., 2014):

plates as seen from the literature rely on this single

orthogonal function (Hutchinson, 1992, Jianqiao, 1994,

Ugural, 1999, Ventsel and Krauthammer, 2001, Wang

et al., 2002, Taylor and Govindjee, 2004, Szilard,2004,

Jiu et al., 2007, Erdem et al., 2007,Ezeh et al., 2013,

Ibearugbulem, 2014). Evidently, it can be affirmed that

all energy functional currently in use in CPT buckling

analysis are based on single orthogonal deflection

function. This means that none of the existing energy

functionals for buckling analysis in CPT has used a

deflections function that is classically separated into

two independent distinct functions (w = wx * wy).

Wherewxand

wymay

both

bepolynomial

or

trigonometric

functions

or

wx

may

be

polynomialswhilewy may be trigonometry.The

rationale for this adaptation is to help the analyst who

might have difficulty in obtaining single orthogonal

function for a plate of a particular boundary condition.

In this case, the analyst who may have easy access to

deflection equations for beams of any boundary

condition can find this proposed method very handy.

The hypothesis here is that the general deflection, w is

split into wx and wy. That is the split-deflection function

is given as:

Where the wx and wy components of the deflection are

defined as:

gives:

From the hypothesis that vertical shear strains are

zero for classical plate and making use of

split-deflection, we get:

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equation (16) we obtain strain energy deflection

equation in work error form as:

RELATIONSHIP

Upon differentiating equations (5) and (6), the three

in-plane strains of CPTare obtained:

total potential energy functional as:

The CPT constitutive equations for plane stress plate

are:

equation (19) we obtain:

RELATIONSHIP

Now, when equations (7), (8) and (9) are substituted

into equations (10), (11) and (12) where appropriate the

split-deflection stress-deflection equations are obtained

as:

equation (20) shall be written as:

Here a, b and P are the plate lengths in x and y axes

and long span- short span aspect ratio respectively.

When equations (21), (22) and (23) are substituted

into equation (20) we obtain:

direction is given as:

That is

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POTENTIAL ENERGY

For direct variation, equation (24) shall be

differentiated with respect to the deflection coefficient,

A and the outcome is:

h1 and h2 are:

That is

gives

rectangular plate under buckling using work-error.

Rearranging equation (25) and making resonating

frequency, Nx the subject of the equation gives:

Where

Analyze a classical rectangular thin isotropic plate with:

i all the four edge simply supported using polynomial

and trigonometry functions respectively for wx and wy.

iiall the four edge clamped using only polynomial

function for both wx and wy

gives

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REFERENCES

The non dimensional form of the critical buckling load

for different aspect ratios for ssss and cccc plates are

shown on tables 1 and 2. A close critical examination of

the tables reveals that the maximum percentage

difference between the values from the present study

and those from past study is 0.69. This value of the

difference may be due round off error and not as a result

of blunder. The implication of this, statistically, is that

no difference existed between the two sets of values.

Thus, one can infer that the procedure, the profile

functions and the energy functional formulated in this

present study are reliable and sufficient in CPT

buckling analysis of rectangular plates. Hence, this

method is recommended for stability analysis of CPT

plates.Further studies for use of the present method in

refined plate theory analysis (RPT) is recommended.

Table 1: Non dimensional form of critical buckling load

of ssss isotropic thin plate

Critical buckling load, Nx

Aspect

ratio, P

Present

Past

(Ibearugbulem et

al., 2014)

Percentage

difference

39.49

39.51

0.04

1.1

39.85

39.87

0.04

1.2

40.82

40.84

0.03

1.3

42.28

42.29

0.03

1.4

44.14

44.16

0.03

1.5

46.36

46.37

0.02

1.6

48.89

48.90

0.02

1.7

51.71

51.72

0.02

1.8

54.80

54.81

0.02

1.9

58.15

58.16

0.02

61.74

61.75

0.01

of cccc isotropic thin plate

Critical buckling load, Nx

Aspect

ratio, P

Present

Past

(Ibearugbulem et

al., 2014)

Percentage

difference

108.00

108.67

0.61

1.1

109.53

110.21

0.62

1.2

113.65

114.36

0.62

1.3

119.83

120.59

0.63

1.4

127.75

128.57

0.64

1.5

137.17

138.06

0.65

1.6

147.93

148.91

0.66

1.7

159.91

160.99

0.67

1.8

173.04

174.23

0.68

1.9

187.25

188.55

0.69

202.50

203.92

0.69

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