This paper consists of three parts: the first has to do with a method of deduction by scaling of linearly elastic structure models, starting from a displacement formulation of variational equilibrium in three-dimensional linear elasticity; the second part is devoted to elucidating the role of second-gradient elastic energy in the derivation of structure models capable of shearing deformations; in the last part, a validation by Gamma-convergence of the Reissner-Mindlin plate model is offered.

PODIO GUIDUGLI, P. (2008). Validation of classical beam and plate models by variational convergence. In IUTAM Symposium on relations of shell, plate, beam, and 3d models (pp.177-188). Dordercht : Springer.

Validation of classical beam and plate models by variational convergence

PODIO GUIDUGLI, PAOLO
2008

Abstract

This paper consists of three parts: the first has to do with a method of deduction by scaling of linearly elastic structure models, starting from a displacement formulation of variational equilibrium in three-dimensional linear elasticity; the second part is devoted to elucidating the role of second-gradient elastic energy in the derivation of structure models capable of shearing deformations; in the last part, a validation by Gamma-convergence of the Reissner-Mindlin plate model is offered.
IUTAM Symposium on relations of shell, plate, beam and 3D models
Tbilisi
2007
Rilevanza internazionale
Settore ICAR/08 - Scienza delle Costruzioni
English
Timoshenko beam theory; Reissner-Mindlin plate theory; variational convergence
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PODIO GUIDUGLI, P. (2008). Validation of classical beam and plate models by variational convergence. In IUTAM Symposium on relations of shell, plate, beam, and 3d models (pp.177-188). Dordercht : Springer.
PODIO GUIDUGLI, P
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