2013
DOI: 10.1016/j.compstruct.2013.04.009
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General higher-order equivalent single layer theory for free vibrations of doubly-curved laminated composite shells and panels

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“…In FE modeling of a plate using plate elements, the three-dimensional displacement field is reduced to a two-dimensional problem by adopting an appropriate formulation for variation of displacements across the thickness. Equivalent single layer and layer-wise theories are considered in approximating the displacement field of the structure to derive a reduced 2-D model instead of the complex 3-D model (Reddy 1993;Tornabene et al 2013;Correia & Gomes 2000). A comprehensive research on various theories for displacement field modeling of composite structures with piezoelements is given by (Benjeddou 2000).…”
Section: Latin American Journal Of Solids and Structures 13 (2016) 26mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In FE modeling of a plate using plate elements, the three-dimensional displacement field is reduced to a two-dimensional problem by adopting an appropriate formulation for variation of displacements across the thickness. Equivalent single layer and layer-wise theories are considered in approximating the displacement field of the structure to derive a reduced 2-D model instead of the complex 3-D model (Reddy 1993;Tornabene et al 2013;Correia & Gomes 2000). A comprehensive research on various theories for displacement field modeling of composite structures with piezoelements is given by (Benjeddou 2000).…”
Section: Latin American Journal Of Solids and Structures 13 (2016) 26mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The state-of-the-art development of the problem is analyzed in review articles [31,32]. The higher-order doubly-curved shell formulation based on the Carrera's equivalent single layer theory [33] accounting for thickness stretching has been proposed in [34,35]. Both free vibration and static problems are discussed with a particular emphasis on the stress recovery procedure.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Tornabene [11] and Tornabene et al [12,13] investigated the free vibrations of anisotropic doubly-curved shells of revolution defined by free-form meridians. Viola et al [14] and Tornabene et al [15,16] employed a higher-order formulation, based on an equivalent single layer approach, for the mechanical analysis of laminated composite shell structures characterized by curved surfaces as reference domains. A layer-wise formulation was presented instead in the paper by Tornabene et al [17] for the same purpose.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%