【航宇大讲堂】Relationships between Solutions of Classical Beam/Plate Theories and the Corresponding Shear Deformable Beam/Plate Theories

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报告题目:Relationships between Solutions of Classical Beam/Plate Theories and the Corresponding Shear Deformable Beam/Plate Theories

报告人:Dr.C.M. Wang (the TMR Chair Professor/ The University of Queensland)

报告时间:20191020日(周日)下午15:00

报告所在:明故宫校区18号楼526

主办单位:航空学院、国际相助处

报告内容简介:

Engineers are familiar with the theory and analysis of beams and plates based on the classical (Euler-Bernoulli/Kirchhoff) kinematic assumptions. The classical beam/plate theory is, however, not adequate in providing accurate bending, buckling, and vibration results when the thickness-to-length ratio of the beam/plate is relatively large or when the beam/plate is of sandwich construction. This is because the effect of transverse shear strains, neglected in the classical theory, becomes significant in deep beams, thick plates and sandwich beams/plates. Equations governing shear deformation theories are typically more complicated than those of the classical theory.  In this lecture, Prof CM Wang will present exact relationships between solutions of the classical theory and shear deformation theories so that whenever classical theory solutions are available, the corresponding solutions of shear deformation theories can be readily obtained. Such relationships not only furnish benchmark solutions of shear deformation theories but also provide insight into the significance of transverse shear deformation on the response.

报告人简介:

C.M. Wang is the TMR Chair Professor in Structural Engineering, The University of Queensland as well as Adjunct Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering of the National University of Singapore as well as Monash University. He is a Chartered Structural Engineer, a Fellow of Academy of Engineering Singapore, a Fellow of the Institution of Engineers Singapore, a Fellow of the Institution of Structural Engineers and a Fellow of the Society of Floating Solutions (Singapore). His research interests are in the areas of structural stability, vibration, optimization, plated structures and Mega‐Floats. He has published over 430 journal papers and coauthored 10 books such as Very Large Floating Structures, Structural Vibration, Shear Deformable Beams and Plates and Exact Solutions for Buckling of Structural Members. He is an Editor‐in‐Chief of the International Journal of Structural Stability and Dynamics and an Editorial Board Member in several journals including Engineering Structures, International Journal of Applied Mechanics, and Ocean Systems Engineering. He holds patents on floating pontoons, floating hydrocarbon storage facility and floating breakwater-windbreak structure. Currently, he is the Leader of the Offshore Engineering Programme of the Blue Economy Cooperative Research Centre to conduct research projects that combine seafood, renewable energy and offshore engineering for the first time, underpinned by a $329 million from the Australian Government and 45 industry partners over a 10-year period. He is chairperson of the International Engineering Science Consortium, First Vice President of the Society of Floating Solutions Singapore and the Vice-Chairman of the East Asia Pacific Conference on Structural Engineering and Construction steering committee. His many awards include the Singapore’s Minister of National Development's R&D Award (Special Mention Category), IStructE Singapore Structural Awards, Keith Eaton Award, Lewis Kent Award, IES Prestigious Engineering Achievement Award, IES/IStructE Best Paper Award and the Grand Prize of the Next Generation Container Port Challenge.  

 


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