The behavior of structures composed of composite materials - Vinson, Jack R.; Sierakowski, Robert L.
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While currently available texts dealing with the subject of high perfor mance composite materials touch upon a spectra of topics such as mechanical metallurgy, physical metallurgy, micromechanics and macro mechanics of such systems, it is the specific purpose of this text to examine elements of the mechanics of structural components composed of composite materials. This text is intended for use in training engineers in this new technology and rational thought processes necessary to develop a better understanding of the behavior of such material systems for use as structural components. The…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
While currently available texts dealing with the subject of high perfor mance composite materials touch upon a spectra of topics such as mechanical metallurgy, physical metallurgy, micromechanics and macro mechanics of such systems, it is the specific purpose of this text to examine elements of the mechanics of structural components composed of composite materials. This text is intended for use in training engineers in this new technology and rational thought processes necessary to develop a better understanding of the behavior of such material systems for use as structural components. The concepts are further exploited in terms of the structural format and development to which the book is dedicated. To this end the development progresses systematically by first introducing the notion and concepts of what these new material classes are, the fabrication processes involved and their unique features relative to conventional monolithic materials. Such introductory remarks, while far too short in texts of this type, appear necessary as a precursor for engineers to develop a better understanding for design purposes of both the threshold limits to which the properties of such systems can be pushed as well as the practical limitations on their manufacture. Following these introductory remarks, an in-depth discussion of the important differences between composites and conventional monolithic material types is discussed in terms of developing the concepts associated with directional material properties.
  • Produktdetails
  • Mechanics of Structural Systems .5
  • Verlag: Springer Netherlands / Springer, Berlin
  • 1987
  • Seitenzahl: 336
  • Erscheinungstermin: 31. Juli 1987
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 240mm x 160mm x 18mm
  • Gewicht: 620g
  • ISBN-13: 9789024735785
  • ISBN-10: 9024735785
  • Artikelnr.: 33109509
Autorenporträt
Dr. Vinson is the H. Fletcher Brown Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at the University of Delaware. In 1977 he received the ONR-AIAA Structural Mechanics Award for his research in composite materials, and in 1981 he was awarded an ASME Centennial Award. He is active as a consultant to government and industry. He recently received a Fellowship from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science for 1985. He has been Chairman of the American Organizing Committee for the Japan-United States Conferences on Composite Materials three times (1981, 1983 and 1986). Dr. Sierakowski is Professor and Chairman of the Civil Engineering Department at the Ohio State University. He has held many academic and industrial posts in the United States and has been a National Research Council Senior Research Fellow, a consultant to Air Force Laboratories, and a Visiting Professor at the Air Force Office of Scientific Research.
Inhaltsangabe
1. Introduction to composite materials.- 1.1 General History.- 1.2 Composite Definition and Classification.- 1.3 Filamentary Type Composition.- 1.4 Composite Manufacture, Fabrication and Processing.- 1.5 Composite Material Behavior.- 1.6 Applications.- 1.7 Bibliography.- 2. Anisotropic Elasticity and laminate theory.- 2.1 Introduction.- 2.2 Derivation of the Anisotropic Elastic Stiffness and compliance Matrices.- 2.3 The Physical Meaning of the Components of the Orthotropic Elasticity Tensor.- 2.4 Thermal and Hygrothermal Considerations.- 2.5 Laminae of Composite Materials.- 2.6 Laminate Analysis.- 2.7 Problems.- 2.8 References.- 3. Plates and panels of composite materials.- 3.1 Introduction.- 3.2 Plate Equilibrium Equations.- 3.3 The Bending of Composite Material Plates.- 3.4 Plate Boundary Conditions.- 3.5 Navier Solutions for Plates of Composite Materials.- 3.6 Navier Solution for a Uniformly Loaded Simply Supported Plate.- 3.7 Levy Solution for Plates of Composite Materials.- 3.8 Perturbation Solutions for the Bending of a Composite Material Plate, with Mid-Plane Symmetry and no Bending-Twisting Coupling.- 3.9 Perturbation Solutions for the Bending of a Composite Material Plate with Bending-Twisting Coupling and Mid-Plane Symmetry.- 3.10 Eigenvalue Problems of Plates of Composite Materials: Natural Vibrations and Elastic Stability.- 3.11 Static and Dynamic Analysis of Plates of Composite Materials Including Transverse Shear Deformation Effects.- 3.12 Some Remarks on Composite Structures.- 3.13 Methods of Analysis for Honeycomb Core Sandwich Panels with Composite Material Faces; and Their Structural Optimization.- 3.14 Concluding Remarks.- 3.15 Problems and Exercises.- 3.16 Bibliography.- 4. Beams, columns and rods of composite materials.- 4.1 Development of a Simple Theory.- 4.2 Some Simplified Composite Beams Solutions.- 4.3 Bending of Laminated Beams - Advanced Theory.- 4.4 Axial Loading for Simply Supported Beams.- 4.5 Eigenvalue Problems of Beams of Composite Materials: Natural Vibrations and Elastic Stability.- 4.6 Thermoelastic Effects on Beams of Composite Materials.- 4.7 Problems.- 5. Composite material shells.- 5.1 Introduction.- 5.2 History of Composite Material Shells.- 5.3 Analyses of Composite Materials Cylindrical Shells Under Axially Symmetric Loads.- 5.4 A General Solution for Composite Cylindrical Shells Under Axially Symmetric Loads.- 5.5 Response of a Long Axi-Symmetric Laminated Composite Shell to an Edge Displacement.- 5.6 Buckling of Circular Cylindrical Shells of Composite Materials Subjected to Various Loads.- 5.7 Vibration of Composite Shells.- 5.8 Problems and Exercises.- 5.9 References.- 6. Energy methods in composite material structures.- 6.1 Introduction.- 6.2 Theorem of Minimum Potential Energy.- 6.3 Beam Analysis.- 6.4 A Rectangular Composite Material Plate Subjected to Lateral and Hygrothermal Loads.- 6.5 Elastic Stability of Generally Laminated Composite Panels Including Hygrothermal Effects.- 6.6 Theorem of Minimum Potential Energy for a Laminated Composite Cylindrical Shell.- 6.7 Viscoelastic Effects.- 6.8 Problems.- 6.9 References.- 7. Strength and failure theories.- 7.1 Introduction.- 7.2 Failure of Monolithic Isotropic Materials.- 7.3 Anisotropic Strength and Failure Theories.- 7.4 Lamina Strength Theories.- 7.5 Laminate Strength Analysis.- 7.6 Problems.- 7.7 References.- 8. Joining of composite material structures.- 8.1 General Remarks.- 8.2 Adhesive Bonding.- 8.3 Mechanical Fastening.- 8.4 Problems.- 8.5 References.- Appendices.- A-1 Micromechanics.- A-2 Mechanical Property Characterization.- A-3 Answers to Certain problems.- Author Index.

Preface to the Second Edition. Preface to the First Edition. 1. Introduction to Composite Materials. 2. Anisotropic Elasticity and Composite Laminate Theory. 3. Plates and Panels of Composite Materials. 4. Beams, Columns and Rods of Composite Materials. 5. Composite Material Shells. 6. Energy Methods For Composite Material Structures. 7. Strength and Failure Theories. 8. Joining of Composite Material Structures. 9. Introduction to Composite Design. Appendices: A
1. Micromechanics. A
2. Test Standards for Polymer Matrix Composites. A
3. Properties of Various Polymer Composites. Author Index. Subject Index.

Preface to the Second Edition. Preface to the First Edition. 1. Introduction to Composite Materials. 2. Anisotropic Elasticity and Composite Laminate Theory. 3. Plates and Panels of Composite Materials. 4. Beams, Columns and Rods of Composite Materials. 5. Composite Material Shells. 6. Energy Methods For Composite Material Structures. 7. Strength and Failure Theories. 8. Joining of Composite Material Structures. 9. Introduction to Composite Design. Appendices: A-1. Micromechanics. A-2. Test Standards for Polymer Matrix Composites. A-3. Properties of Various Polymer Composites. Author Index. Subject Index.
Rezensionen
`The book is very well written and well illustrated as well. There are exercises at the end of each chapter which should enhance the book's usefulness as a course text. This book is distinguished from other general books in the field in that it has in-depth coverage of these topics: sandwich plates with composite-material facings; circular cylindrical shells; adhesive and mechanical joints. This book is highly recommended both as a text for courses in structural aspects of composites, as well as for practicing structures engineers and researchers involved with composites. In fact, a copy of it belongs in the library of every composite structures designer, analyst, and researcher.'

Journal of Applied Mechanics
` The book is very well written and well illustrated as well. There are exercises at the end of each chapter which should enhance the book's usefulness as a course text. This book is distinguished from other general books in the field in that it has in-depth coverage of these topics: sandwich plates with composite-material facings; circular cylindrical shells; adhesive and mechanical joints. This book is highly recommended both as a text for courses in structural aspects of composites, as well as for practicing structures engineers and researchers involved with composites. In fact, a copy of it belongs in the library of every composite structures designer, analyst, and researcher. '
Journal of Applied Mechanics