A plate is a body where one of the dimensions is substantially smaller than the other two. Plates in flexure are the two-dimensional equivalent of beams and classical plate theory is its equivalent of the Bernoulli-Euler beam theory, whereas the in-plane or membrane behavior of plates is analogous to that of rods. Many of the behaviors of plates and beams are quite similar, therefore only those aspects that are significantly different will be covered in this chapter.
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- Waves in Thin Plates
James F. Doyle
- Springer New York
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