درباره رفتار ساختاری و راه حل سنت ونانت در نظریه تیر دقیق: برنامه تیرهای کامپوزیت چند لایه
|کد مقاله||سال انتشار||مقاله انگلیسی||ترجمه فارسی||تعداد کلمات|
|28561||2002||16 صفحه PDF||سفارش دهید||محاسبه نشده|
Publisher : Elsevier - Science Direct (الزویر - ساینس دایرکت)
Journal : Computers & Structures, Volume 80, Issues 16–17, July 2002, Pages 1441–1456
Based on the exact beam theory, the paper focuses on the effective calculation of the characteristic operators involved in beam's structural behavior and Saint Venant solution. It is shown that these operators can be derived from the solutions of six characteristic beam elasticity problems. These solutions are determined by minimizing potential energy functionals which allow a finite element computation technique where only the cross-section has to be discretized. This computation technique is applied to typical symmetric laminated composite beams, and to antisymmetric ones. Structural beam rigidities and couplings, warpings, and 3D stresses (including interlaminar stresses and free edge-effects) are provided and compared to available results. The proposed computation technique appears as an accurate and easy tool allowing an effective use of the exact beam theory.
The exact beam theory is established by Ladevèze and Simmonds . It is valid for straight prismatic beams, piecewise constant cross-sections, heterogeneous and anisotropic elastic materials, arbitrary loadings, and any shape ratios. Since it is independent of any kinematic or static assumption, this theory is quite different from the classical theories of Euler–Bernoulli, Timoshenko , and their extensions. In the exact beam theory, the solution of a 3D elasticity beam problem is viewed as the sum of a long wavelength part and a localized short wavelength part. Such partition was also used in the works of Toupin , Ladeveze , Horgan  and Horgan and Simmonds  on the Saint Venant's principle. The long wavelength part, called the Saint Venant solution, has a fundamental role in the exact beam theory. Indeed, it constitutes the interior part of the solution and it is also needed for the evaluation of local effects. The expression of the Saint Venant solution, which is given in Section 2, involves the classical cross-sectional stress resultants, cross-sectional displacements and rotations, and characteristic operators depending on the cross-section geometry and the materials. The cross-sectional stress resultants, displacements, and rotations are solution of a 1D elastic beam theory which includes a beam's compliance operator. This operator describes the beam's behavior at the structural level. The present paper focuses on the effective calculation of the different operators involved in the 3D Saint Venant solution and the 1D structural elastic behavior. The approach developed here is different from the one based on a 3D problem and proposed by Ladevèze et al.  and Sanchez et al. . In the current paper the operators are directly derived from the solutions of a set of 2D problems, which are presented in Section 3. Laminated composite beams are known to exhibit complex phenomena such that coupled deformations arising from the orthotropic nature of the laminae and from the stacking sequences. Detailed structural models are then essential in order to fully exploit such special effects in design. In addition to the structural level, detailed 3D stress analysis is of practical relevance for laminated composites and especially the interlaminar stresses which may result in delamination and failure of the laminates. Indeed, the occurrence of high localized interlaminar stresses along the free edges of composite laminates is a well-known phenomenon that has been recognized for almost 30 years now. Consequently, many refined theories have been developed in order to describe the behavior of laminated composites (e.g. , , ,  and ) and references therein). These theories are generally built upon simplifying assumptions which vary with the studied effect and the author. Since the pioneering analysis of Pipes and Pagano , numerous papers including finite element analyses were devoted to 3D state of stresses and free edge effects in composite laminates for both mechanical and thermal loadings (e.g. , , ,  and  and references therein). Structural behavior, warping, and 3D stresses in symmetric and in antisymmetric typical Graphite/Epoxy laminated beams are analyzed in Section 4. This analysis is based on the exact beam theory.
نتیجه گیری انگلیسی
The theoretical Proposition 1, Proposition 2 and Proposition 3 leaded to an accurate and easy finite element computation technique allowing the calculation of the characteristic operators involved in the structural beam's behavior and the Saint Venant solution. When using this technique, the number of degrees of freedom is always reasonable since only the cross-section geometry is meshed. The computation technique is applied to laminated composite beams of relatively simple geometries and loadings. The complexity of the obtained warping and stress distributions shows that it should be difficult to provide a realistic prediction of such local phenomena with simplified theories based on kinematic or static assumptions. The exact beam theory is the suitable theory for such situations. For a low cost, realistic prediction of the 3D fields in a composite beam can be systematically achieved.