In the present textbook, it was found that symmetric laminates are stiffer than the anti – symmetric one due to coupling between bending and stretching which decreases the buckling loads of symmetric laminates. The buckling load increases with increasing aspect ratio, and decreases with increase in modulus ratio. The buckling load will remain the same even when the lamination order is reversed. The buckling load increases with the mode number but at different rates depending on the type of end support. It is also observed that as the mode number increases, the plate needs additional support. The aim of the present textbook was to review the importance of studying biaxial buckling of composite laminated rectangular plates from the point of view of introduction and basic definitions, the formulation of mathematical modelling of rectangular laminates, the numerical method for predicting the buckling loads and shape modes of buckling of laminated rectangular plates, studying the effects of lamination scheme, material anisotropy, fiber orientations of layers, reversing lamination scheme, and boundary conditions for different buckling loads.
Osama Mohammed Elmardi Suleiman Khayal
Dr. Osama Mohammed Elmardi Suleiman Khayal was born in Atbara, Sudan in 1966. He received a bachelor degree in mechanical engineering from Sudan University of Science and Technology, College of Engineering in 1998, and a master degree in solid mechanics from Nile Valley University, Atbara, Sudan in 2003, and a PhD in structural engineering in 2017.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Stability, biaxial buckling, classical laminated plate theory, Finite Element, FORTRAN program, composite laminated decks plates
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