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 Applied Mathematics and Mechanics Published by SUT, (English Edition, Vol.7, No.l, Jan. 1986) Shanghai, China APPROXIMATE SOLUTION FOR BENDING OF RECTANGULAR PLATES

Kantorovich-Galerkin's

Method

WangLei(ZE

i~)

LiJia-bao(~)

(Hunan University,

Changsha)

Communicated by Chien Wei-zang)

Abstract

This paper derives the cubic spline beam function from the generalized beam differential equation and obtains the solution of the discontinuous polynomial under concentrated loads, concentrated moment and uniform distributed by using deltafunction.

By means of Kantorovich method of the partial differential equation of elastic plates which is transformed by the generalized function ( 6 function and ~r function), whether

be shown as the discontinuous polynomial deformed curve in the x-direction and the y- direction. We change the partial differential equation into the ordinary equation by using Kantorovich method and then obtain a good approximate solution by using Glerkin's

method. In this paper there 'are more calculation examples involving elastic plates with

I.

various boundary-conditions,

differential problems such as cantilever plates are shown.

various loads and various section plates, and the classical

Introduction

Kantorovich. Kralove presented Kantorovich approximate variational approach to deal with the functional variation of multivariable functions. In our country Chien, W. Z. has noticed very much Kantorovich-method. In his work~ the theory is described in detail and rich calculation examples are contained. The calculation examples of elastic plates include such boundary conditions as four clamped edges, three clamped edges and one edge free, or three edges free and another clamped. But the loads are limited to uniform distributed load and the beam function simply satisfies such conditions as two clamped ends or one end clamped and the other free. Hence, the application range is smaller. This paper derives the cubic spline function starting with the generalized beam differential equation and it is possible to obtain the solution of the discontinuous polynomial under uniform distributed load, abrupt load, concentrated load and concentrated bending moment by using 6 function and ~ function. This spline function is used as the beam function in the directions of x and y to deal with the functional variation problems of two varibles functions, which changes a partial differential equation into an ordinary differential equation, next, the approximate solution can be obtained by using Galerkin's method. In order to deal with the term of load of a partial differential equation, this paper derives the intergral formulas of product of ~ function and ~ function times any continuous functionJ(x), therefore, the

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approximate solution of bending of rectangular plates with any boundary condition under uniform distributed load, small-square load, concentrated load, concentrated moment and line load can be obtained. Hu Hal-chartt21 has introduced Kantorovich method and defined the ordinary differential equation system of the finite strip to solve the plane-stress problems by means of Kantorovich method. His work is new as compared with the solution of Y. K. Cheung's finite strip method. Because of the importance of Kantorovich method in mechanics, scholars of the world have been paying attention to it's development and various practice applications. So it is significant for this paper to make further development. The relatively rich calculation examples in this paper can be taken as the supplement to Kantorovich method.

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II.

Derivation

of

Spline

Function

El-

~-dx d4w

N-I

~

i-I

P,6(x--x,)

(2.1)

the difference of this statement from ordinary beams lies in the term of right-hand side. Where P~ is

the concentrated load exerted on the beam (for i= 1, 2

Integrating (2.1) once gives:

N-l),

6(x--x~)

is delta function.

E I

d3w dx 3

=c3+

N

-

1

5~ -~ P,cs(x--x,)

i-I

(2.2)

statement (2.2) has a definite mechanical meaning, that is, the shear chart has sudden change.

cr(:c--x~)

is sigma function or step function. Integrating (2.1) twice gives:

F.I

d2w.l_ --c:~+cj +

N-I

V' p,(x--x~) t

Integrating (2.1) three times gives:

EI~

=c t 4-c~.x +c3x ~

Integrating (2.1) four times gives:

x~

Llw.=Co+C~X+C~--+c3

"

"

2!

x~

--~

3!

.

9 N

\,

~

i-I

1

i~

(x-x~)

3T

(2

(9

3)

t)

(2.5)

For the integral of the fight hand side of eq. (2.1), we introduce the concept of "discontinuous polynomial." For any positive integral number k defines.

 j (x--x,)' ( for xL~O) (x-x,) ~_ 0 ( for x<0)

For k = O, we define:

Approximate Solution for Bending of Rectangular Plates

(X--Xl)O=cr(x--xl) =

0

f

l

t

(

(

(

for

for

for

x<.v,)

x=x,)

x'>.'.~ )

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For simplisity we only give the figure for xi = xl shown as Fig. 1

(x-xO~_

i

[~/2

Fig.

I

]tO

Xl

Y. (x-x,);

"

I

Fig. 2

t----x,_--

4

Fig. 3

obviously the discontinuous polynomial is a step function. For k = I define

shown as Fig. 2 For k = 2 define

For

shown as Fig. k = 3 define

3

 .f 0 (x-x~)l+ (x--xt) 1 (.v-x~)-' = { 0 (x--xl) ~ ( 0 (x-xl)~ = k (x--x,)S
 ( for x~xt) ( for x~>xl) ( for x<~xl) ( for x~>xl) ( for x~xl) ( for x>xl)

Where, "+" is called discontinuous sign and above four statements are known as half-

discontinuous polynomial or interrupt polynomial. The figures of

shown as Fig. 1, 2, 3, 4. This kind of discontinuous polynomial is the important component of the

spline function, which can be represented by the unit step function, namely

(for k = 0, 1, 2, 3) are

(x-- x~ ) h.

tO

(x-x,)?

-~r

9 .{

Fig. 4

-

(x-xO;

=

~

x~(x-xl)~

:/e

~

Fig. 5

t/e

-4

For concentrated moment, the generalized differential equation is to be written:

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the first integration gives:

EIm d'w

dx

4

--

EI

daw

d-3-U-- =c~+

N-1

\~

z ,.a i-I

M~d'(x--x~)

N

-

I

X_~

i-I

M,c3(x-x,)

the second integration gives:

d:"w

t2I~=c:+cj+

N-

\,

i-I

1

~

M,a(x--x,)

where

it has definite mechanical meaning, that is, the moment chart has a sudden change. the third integration of eq. (2.6) gives:

a(x--x~)

is just

(x--x~) ~

El

=c~+c~x+c3---~+

~

INI

M,(x--a',)'

and the fourth integration of eq. (2.6) gives:

x 2

lilW=Co +q X+C2~c3

,r

--~C+

9

'

\

~

"

'

,-t

M,

(x-x,):

21

(2.6)

(2.7)

(2.8)

(2.9)

(2.10)

Compare (2.6) with (2.7), we observe that the right term in statement (2.7) decreases one power. Let us take an example to illustrate the generalized beam differential equation. Try to derive the deform curve of beam. Suppose a simply supported beam (Fig. 5) is supported by a concentrated bending moment M at the central point. From statement (2.5), using the boundary conditions

x=0

w=O

dZw

dx z

=0;

x=l

w=0

dZw

dx z

=0

We can find four integral constants as follows

co=O

cz=O

c1=

-•4

Mol

thus obtain the deflection curve:

E Iw-----~( lZx--4x 3)

e3--

Mo

I

( O~ x~ l)

It is the same as the result given in ~Strench of Materials ~ (P. 640) by Timoshenko.

Here is another case. A beam with the left end simply supported and the right end clamped beam a concentrated bending moment M and a concentrated load P. The generalized beam differential equation is

written as

~

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 % 1 t/3 f t/3 _ _f

Fig. 6

t/

~- ----d

~L~UT'TT~~

- ~

Fig. 7

-ff=l

_

J

A - relative displacement

~g.

8

El-

After integration yields:

d'Wdx, =M(

~?

x-

x~

+

3/--)

~(

+P3.

(

(

x-2

I

=

I )

P

(2.11)

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For beam with two free ends the statement of deflection is to be derived by means of fifth power spline function as well as by ordinary means:

Coasidering the following polynomial: x6/l 0- 3xS/l~+ 5x'/214 which has satisfied the conditions that both the bending moment and the shear are equal to zero at two ends. In the calculation of elastic plates, the beam function must satisfy the condition that the vertical relative displacement is one i.e. A = 1 and the rotating angle is zero at the central point shown as Fig. 7. Hence, the beam function is written in this case:

X

e

~=F-

-

3V+-~F-+ A

X

5

5 ~4

~+B

with

alto

1

I

X s

X 4

~3

 --d~ = Tt6~-- 15F + 1o~- +-//) x= 1]2, w = 1 (relative displacement at central point)

x = i/2,

dw/dx = 0, A =

i/2, B = 75/64.

For

- For such condition as one end simply supported and the other free, shown as Fig. 8 the beam

function is written as:

For

 x s 10 x' 10 -~:~ x w= l~ 3 I' + 3 13 + l

which satisfies the conditions that both the deflection and the bending moment at the left end are zero and the bending moment and shear at the right end are zero. In addition the condition that the displacement at the right end is two is satisfied. Above two sorts of static-beam are unequilibrum. Hence, it is impossible to find the absolute displacement. Thus, we have to call the displacement to equal any constant which is called the relative displacement. However, the concept of relative displaoement is different from that in the structure mechanics. In the calculation of bending plates, we need only to learn the beam function (which is relative displac~aent) in the x-direction and the y-direction, and then we can obtain the absolute displacement by means of the variational approach.

Integrals of generalized function

\$(x--x,)

and integrating by Parts.

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Integrating

(3(x--.r~)

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once we obtain:

[a(x--x,)dx= (x-x,)

0

Integrating once again and not considering the integral constant we obtain:

thus,

following equations

integrating

5( .~

i~(x--x,)dxdx=(x--x,)}

-, )

k + 1

times

and

ignoring

all integral

constants,

If

0~.r~,(a

, we can prove:

[~

,~(-v--.':l)dx=~r(:,--xl)

9

0

The formula of integral by parts is

(~

f(x)g'(x)dx=f(x)

g(x)

o

0

b

=cr(a)--a(0)

=1

--

(b

g(x)f'(.v)dx

we obtain the

(2

13)

Suppose fix) to be a smooth enough continuous function and g(x) a generalized function, above equation becomes:

bf(x)~V(x--x,)dx=fc~(x--x,)

a

a

--

cr(x--xz)f'(.v)dx

According to the properties of

cr

function, above equation becomes:

r

f(x)a'(x--x,)dx=/(b)a(b--x,)--

Xl

/'(x)dx=/(b)--/(x)

=f(b)

--~-f(b) --f(Xl) ]=f(x,)

X

1

Hence, we can define the generalized derivative which satisfies the following integral.

\$(x--x I)

of

a (x--x

t)

as such a function

(o<.,<b)

(,

i,)

where, fix) is continuous at place x = xlThis statement has definite mechanical meaning. Ordinary use of Concentrated Load. The fight hand side of equation (2.14) can be understood as the work done by unit concentrated

The generalized function 8(x--x1) can be taken derivative again and function

~'(x--xt )

is also a generatized function.

From statement (2.14) we obtain:

~bS' (x--x,) f (xld.,:= -- f' (x)

tl

(2.15)

Approximate Solution for Bending of

similarly proved if then

,.Cx~<~b

,

Rectangular Plates

.

a

(3 ~ (x--x~)f(x)dx=(--1)"

?~(x--.v~)f " (x)dx=(--1)~f

.

a

'~ (x,)

93

(2.16)

where f"(x)

meaning. Thus, we can define the function ~, "'(x--x~ ) by means of ~quation (2.16). In this way

is continuous at x=x~, otherwise, the right hand side of statement (2.16) has no

8<"(x--xL)

is also the generalized function.

What follows is a theorem.

Assume J(x--x,)

to be the step function defined in the interval [a, b] with discontinuity

points

continuous function in [a, b], the derivative of which f'(x) can be integrated, then, the following

n) with (z=xo~x,.Cx.:~ In addition, assumeflx) to be any

x~ (i=

1, 2

-~x,=b,

 formula Iba(x--x~)f'(x)da=crf \' [cr(x~)]f(x) (2 ~ Cl t-I is true.

o

17)

Where

Proof: Since in [a, b]

function i.e.

Ecr(x~)]=cy(x,+ 0)-,r(x,-0)

or(x-x~ )

is jumpmg value offlx,) at place x=x,

can be represented as the linear combination of the unit step

 n ,:~(x-x,)= ~ Er

Taking derivative to

~7(x--x~)

and noting that

,T' (x-

x, ) =,~( ,:- x, )=

n

\:~ Ef(.v,) -!,~(_v-.v, )

Thus, using integrating by parts we obtain:

Since

9

r

E cc(x--x,)f'(x)dx=crf

.v) ,t.v=

=

"

~

n

E

i-I

)" f

,a )

--

a

[,~(.x', ) ]

~T'(x--x,)f(x

Ib

J(_,.)<'~Ix-- v

[c~(:<,)~/(x,)

tx

d .v

(2.18)

(2.19)

(2.2o)

Substitution of above statement into equation (2.19) yields formula (2.17). The theorem is proved. Formula (2. l 5) has definite mechanical meaning, that is, the right hand side of formula (2. I 5) is

the integral of concentrated

bending moment times the generalized function <'5'( x-- x, } timesflx)

and the right-hand side of formula (2.17) can be understood as the work done by unit bending

moment. The integral of the step function times the continuous functionflx) in formula (2.17) is often

used in where the section of plates varies suddenly.

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Kantorovich-Galerkin's

Approximate Solution

Kantorovich-Kralove presented Kantorovich approximate variational approach to deal with the variational problems of multiple variables function.

m)

which satisfies the boundary conditions and write the approximate solution of variation problems as follows:

Themethodistochoosethefunctionsequence ,/'~ ( x~ x

x,

)(fork=l,2

,

II(x~.x:,.

.x,)=

tr~

'> ' iI.,(x,),/.(x,

-I

x.,

x,

,)

 where Ak(x,) is undetermined functions of the x,. Substituting II(x,.x:- x,) into the functional, the origional functional II(tt) of 11 (-~,.-L:, x,) becomes the functional of functions d~ (x,,) st:.(x,) function , ~t,, (x,) which is written ~s Now, the question becomes to choose such t, 4 ,Am(x,) that let I[*( I, 4 -1,,~ reach the extreme value.

The procedure of finding

the extreme value of

17 ~ (A ~

A,,) is to find Euler equations of

and the concerned boundary conditions by means of variation.

These Euler equations are generally ordinary differential equations. In this way, the origional partial differential equation containing multiple variables becomes the ordinary equation containing single variable, which is the essentiality of Kantorovich method. Setting m~r and taking lira?t, we can obtain the exact solution under certain conditions. Let m be a limited number, then we obtain the approximate solution by such method. The functional of rectangul',r elastic plates with clamped or simply supported edges is:

.-t~ ( x,, ).

.-t: ( x,, )

4

~,C.v, )

[1=~~["

JO.O

{1]~(x.!,)(\:~,o)':--qw

~ ,/,'dT./

(?.1)

The functional of rectangular plates with free edges is:

1/=

9 -,, . .-t, 1

Io

oT

l~(~"

"

,

,/~"

OZ~L)

t

0 ~~

,.,. ,,-.---~ ox-

+~.71 O~0] ::

a

-

2(I-

b

,

I O"~'

~_-di,.~-

O:zc

,~,# - -

where D(x. y) is variable bending stiffness which is the function of x and y and q is a uniform

generalized function. I) Concentrated load (Fig. 9).

I

"j"l'-~,,~(x--,,),~(,~--71)d.~d,/

o

d

10):

--

ix:i~z

qwd.\'d.,

n

~71

3)

Uniform distributed load on strip region (Fig. II):

(:~ .;")

(3.4)

(3.5)

t-

12

4)

Approximate Solution for Bending of Rectangular Plates

95

-

~9

Fig. 9

---i

I

12):

.

i

,1

I

--

Ia

,,

I

o'~x

]-

Fig. 10

b

e l~Zd~3(:/'-rl)d'"d/:

Lx"

 i T i- i r I/, L,. ' I i

Fig. I1

(3.6)

Example 1 Rectangular plate with three simply supported edges and one clamped edge under

uniform distributed load. Try to find the deflection of the middle point. (See Fig.

,/x

Fig. 12

1~

Fig. 13

L---

/"

Fig.

I~

14

13)

Solution: Suggest using approximate beam function

Substituting (3.7) into (3.8) yields

/7=

"1.--2-

0.1/3015bu":(.'c)--2:-0.:',12:~,;71

7

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"b:' u (.r):

1

--0.

15bqu(.r)~ d.r

,~l")~"(:)

'

.

Y

After variation calculus substituting simply supported boundary condition w = 0 and ~' = 0 as x = 0

and x = a into Euler equation

 d]'" d .:91" d" dI'" :h~ d.v 0~' da'" du" -- f}

yields:

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Simplified gives:

O.03015buW--2•

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uv--22-74314~=u"+2;tS.,~0597~,u--l.97512

/~

=0

(3.9)

Now we solve the ordinary differential equation by Galerkin's method. Suppose

where ct, c,

X4

-V:~

X

is undetermined coefficient.

Taking the first term cl and substituting u(x) into Galerkin's equation gives:

I[

(u'--22"74344"~zu"+238"80597b'u--4

97512~--)(-~~4

9

"xs

-z--C-

After integration arranging yields:

cl

4.8

(~1'~ +11.0t59.1

_ +11.75059

=0.995024"

+

~)dx=

D

If a = b, then cl = 0.0360561qadD

Thus the deflection equation of square plates is:

At pla~ x = a/2,

w=cl

~

a:~

a l\

a

--5

y = a]2. the deflection of middle point is

w=0.0360361

aq~

5

i

1-~-•

a3

+3

qa4

D

0

The error of the result is very small compared with the classical solution. As we choose the beem function with one clamped end and the other simply supported or two simply supported ends, we will encounter the follo~ving types of integrals.

which need not calculating and can be found out in the attached Table 1 at the end of this paper.

l The conditions are the same as above example but uniform distributed load is

changed into line uniform distributed load. (See Fig. 14) Solution: The functional equation is the same as (3.8) but the term of load should be changed as

Ex*mple

flI2

PS(.x--2).VYdxd~,=P

IIYdyX

~

(

10)

Still using equation (3.8) but must changing the beam function so that it satisfies the load and boundary conditions i.e.

1,>

.(

,~3

\

,,(.~) = toT--

47)(c,

+c,.x+ c;x~ 4-

)

(3.11)

consider the following ~ni,::~ra1~:

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and

.

Q

use the value of the

at

(x_

Px.3u

Il

"0

place x = 1/2

1

.,d

aS- )x=

u:'18 ,

2

2

=Px

(|

2[T.-V ".\'dx--

-

1

0

Thus integrating after variation calculus yields:

I).030156•

b

a~

;

2:

(~.:',12857I•

1.8

@

+7.2•

~

u

I ,8

a

P

t).1?;6-~-

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For square plate, a = b. et-0.01706p,t '/D. The deflection of the middle point is

I)a :~

~1.f)1766--73-

• 1 x -~-=0.00,1415~

l

1 ~ a :~

]Example II A rectangular plate with two adjacent edges simply supported and another two adjacent edges clamped bears of uniform distributed load. Try to find the deflection of the middle point. (See Fig. 15) Solution"

Suppose

_

!/a

,/z

.~

Similarly to Example I we obtain Euler equation, then solve the ordinary differ~,ntial equation by means of Galerkin equation. Suppose

u(x)=

(

2

x' u'

--5--~;-+3-~- x:'

"~" )(c,+c.,.<+c~.~+

)

(3.13)

Taking the first term cj and substituting the above statement into Galerkin's equation gives:

i a

(1 '~/

N4

Looking up the attached Table 1 we obtain the values of integrals, the above statement becomes

c~

[

o

4.8x0.15-~--22.7134.I•

(--d.3428~,7.~)

+!

~-

+238.80597 • 0.030i~,~-~a I --4.975}.~fi•o q

0.15.

= 0

For square plate, a= b. then cs =O.033619qa'/D

The deflection of the middle point i.-,

c0=0.0,~,,01~--D-

,~,~ ,

qu 4

1

|

:.: -i-=

()

t)ll.)l~,L2

.

-

Z} q~

]Example 4 An elastic plate whh two opposite edges simply supported ~.nd one ,:,~gc ~,an.~

and another free. (See Fig. 16)Given Poisso~ r~tio

Solution

Suppose

!~=f~. "

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z-
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17t
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l~
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,~
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1,1
"
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'
o
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----.":i,'-- 182
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/
i
,)
liP'
I
u
u"
#~()uclx qb\
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u
u"
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-7 y-=6

The

end

condition

of

u

is

Assume

two

Substituting

opposite

1 ,''>

/,

edges

.

-~

l:';[',~t

.-7

~/~

simply

supported,

~(.v)=

(ZY- -'

2

-

:~

+

at

place

then

.c =

0 and

(c:+c.:x+

)

x -:.:,.z

tL----0. :;

c

, we obtain

Sl~l',~()

9

"

O

(l lqoo56~--~-- 60 "

'

-

---x X6 t

,)

t

-.

b

I

,,,I--=}=21

(,.

-.

fl

Z 9'.-.(--(I

"

9

9~

qab

1)

183676) 1

"

(l

b

i .

@

f

(z

(,3.11)

-----0

(3.15)

For square plate, a ~ b, then ci = O.O126285qa'/D

The displacement of the middle point of the free edge is

:,,

~L,

o12628;,

-

i)

""

16

x'3~0

011g?,!)

o

---

J)

Approximate

Solution

for Bending of Rectangular

Plates

99

Example 5 Calculation of plates of variable section 9

Since D(x,y) is variable in the case of variable section, D(x. y) must be integrated along with the

displacement

function.

An elastic plate with four edges simply supported. Suppose that its thickness varies in straight

line with

y and

the

The displacement

function

is written

as

~o=u(x)

(

'P

-

2

'/'

17)

+%-)"'

In substitution

then

the following integrals are needed.

}~"

--

[

,ttl4

-.-t---Or--

,I/:~

2 ~

Assume"

.U

+T)

f7 (,+,r),.,,,,=

u

J'i

I j-

~ ".\d~/=--':

1So62

l

l

Substituting

Calling

il

('f)

1+7

i,l,,t= ().!)/1

each value of integrals and performing

variation

yields.

I

0"2'992067>bu~--o~'18562-;-u"'>10 ; ~

.b--~---u' =!1.'.1----1), ?b

I

X 4

X

'

_~_)

(3.16)

 u t .v) = (--Tz-- -- ~'~ ~:< k ( c, + c .',"= c, x I and taking the undetermined constant c/, we obtain

c~

0

2992003x

1

b

8 --'~

18562x

I--ll

+21.6•

t~

1

0.0,192056--~--t--f).

For square plate, a = b, then c/= O.0505542qaqD.

The displacement of the middle point is

R

t~c-~0

0D055.12x

16

I,,

1X

q:~:

/J

qab

Do

18.,~-;T 6 !

/

t',

i

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The term of load is O.04qab/Do. For square plate, a = h, then c~ = 0.0112343qa'/D,~

The displacement of the middle point is

 q,a"~ 5 3 (la 4 :"-, =tJ.Ol12:;l:;. l~-,, ""--16 x 16 0.0010971 --Do-

Example 6 A cantilever plate with one clamped edge and three free edges under uniform

distributed load. Given Poisson radio /z= O. ;* . Try to find the deflcction of the middle point.

This is a difficult problem. It is convenient for us to use the minimum potential energy principle

to solve it. Since the displacement boundary' condition simply needs satisfying and the stress

boundary condition is not necessary to be satisfied 9 The functional can be written as: w= CXY

.-2r

'

:.

,',--!

r

[

,lc.\'~,,e.xJ.,,=-,

The beam function of beams with two frcc cp,!s can be chosen as

with:

 .\ r . 0 9 t .\J/- t . n

9

.,(f'

r

';

9

1:',65a,

"

c,~] I'-

.'" i,~

,,,L

*.

~l

i

,:

.

[

[ \'-Jx=o

.

--

J.

"

_

d!

1285--~

t2'

, 177.,

L/

3.17)

Substituting these values of integrals into the tc~wtional equation and performing variation

resp,:ct to c vie!e~:

'

~

~

,.

'

<

9

For scm.,:e,<~

.,t=/.tl

i!--

.

.

.:=.'

,

::

2

t,

-

'

i

,

:

.

I,Jt):)i

'

,',.~,1I

]

ab

.,

--

thenc~=0.032649qa*/D

[

1

.

-I

l')~!i

06-!7;21

,

~

~

[

o

-

k.

1

'j:'.

'

j~

f)

ti:~53

with

-~ !,. di,pb~.cc~ acr~t of the middle point of the free edge of the square pla:c b;

:>

:,act

:,,

=~.i;:;'~,~[.q'<

!

solution 0.11~C.,,

,.

::;

q,:J ~

]}

=

0.()~t703

qd

]--TT-

L,. the error

it

17 8% . By m,zar: " ,,~ Kantorovich-

Approximate Solution for Bending of Rectangular Plates

 ~ ,~ ~ t~- o [ ~ m t.-- ~ ~ ~ '~ o ~ c~ ~ ! c~ I ~ t J-"~, 9 ~ ~ ~:~ ~ ~ , -. o ~ ~, 0 ~ ~- c.o o.I E 0 -I E# ~. s U ~

~

 -- 0 O4 ~ ,--- I " c,.o oo. oo .J. ,=, LO "~

4- ~l~.

I

~,

o0

o

-i

U

I

~1 ~

V/

:"t

I

4-

I

4-

?

101

co

0

2.,

oo

4-

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Galerkin's

Example 7 An elastic plate with three simply supproted edges and one free edge.Under uniform distributed load q. Poisson ratio u = (1.3 . Try to find the deflection of the middle point. The beam function of beams with one simple supported end and the other free can be taken as:

102

method, the error is dropped under 5.0%.

,\--

.\"

tl"

I 0

,)')

_v ~

d

4

+

I

(l

,),,

_v :

tl

'

.v

+--

(I

The concerned five types of integrals can be all looked up in the attached Table 1. Substituting each value of integrals and performing variation we obtain:

 tl c O.Olf12056"<:;.80.q6 b' --- i '~' ,ql~ :;'.'(--I/ 185676)>,'0.9811321--a l t,v + I 8,< 1 0503-I"aO-~7->=-1.I>~ 0 185711:< 1:3 '2~6 l~a b- =o.8333:o3xO.2i~-~b

For square plates, a= b, c=O.0210976qa*/D.

The deflection of the middle point of the free edge of the square plates is:

qd ~ rt,,. = O. 0210976--77 •

Compared with the exact solution O.O1286qa'/D.

References

7)

;< '2= O. 013186

qd ~

[-~-

the error is only 2.47%.

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