Paper Submission: 25 May 2021
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Journal Publication: May 2021
Igor Bokov , Elena Strelnikova
A fundamental solution of the elasticity theory equations for transversely isotropic plates was obtained. To construct the twodimensional elasticity theory equations, the approximation method of displacements, stresses and strains using Fourier series by Legendre polynomials on the transverse coordinate was used. This approach has allowed to take into account the transverse shear and normal stresses. Since the classical Kirchhoff-Love theory does not consider these stresses, the research based on the refined theories of the stress-strain state of transversely isotropic plates under concentrated force actions is an urgent scientific and technical problem. The fundamental solution of these equations was found using the two-dimensional Fourier integral transform and the generalization method, built with a special G-function. The method allows to reduce the system of resolvent differential static equations of flat plates and shells to a system of algebraic equations. Then the inverse Fourier transform restores fundamental solution. Numerical studies that demonstrate behavior patterns of the stress-strain state components depending on the elastic constants of transversely isotropic material were performed. The approach demonstrates the development of the refined theory of plates and shells based on the three-dimensional elasticity theory.
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