Buckling Analysis of a Fiber Reinforced Laminated Composite Plate with Porosity

Document Type: Research Paper

Authors

1 Civil Engineering, Bursa Technical University, Bursa, Turkey

2 Civil Engineering, Engineering Fac., Bursa Technical University, Bursa,Turkey

Abstract

Fiber-reinforced laminated composites are frequently preferred in many engineering projects. With the development in production technology, the using of the fiber reinforced laminated composites has been increasing in engineering applications. In the production stage of the fiber-reinforced laminated composites, porosities could be occurred due to production or technical errors. After a level of the porosity, the mechanical behaviors of composite materials change significantly. This paper presents buckling analysis of fiber-reinforced laminated composite plate with porosity effects within the first shear deformation plate theory. In the porosity effect, three different porosity models are used in the laminated composite plate. The material properties of the laminas are considered as orthotropic property. In the solution of the problem, the Navier procedure is used for the simply supported plate. Influences of the porosity coefficients, the porosity models, the fiber orientation angles and the sequence of laminas on the critical buckling loads are presented and discussed.

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