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Thin-Walled Structures
Vol. 39, Issue 3, pp. 215-246, 2001

Large deflection ortho tropic plate approach to develop ultimate strength formulations for stiffened panels under combined biaxial compression/tension and lateral pressure

Author(s): Jeom Kee Paik, Anil K. Thayamballi and Bong Ju Kim

Abstract:This paper uses the large deflection ortho tropic plate approach to develop the ultimate strength formulations for steel stiffened panels under combined biaxial compress/tension and lateral pressure loads, considering the overall (grillage) buckling collapse mode. The object panel has a number of one-sided small stiffeners in either one or both orthogonal directions. The stiffened panel is then modeled as an equivalent ortho tropic plate, for which the various elastic constants characterizing structural ortho tropic plate, for which the various elastic constants characterizing structural ortho tropy are determined in a consistent systematic manner using classical theory of elasticity. The panel edges are considered to be simply supported. The influence of initial deflections is taken into account. The membrane stress distribution inside the panel under combined uniaxial loading (in either longitudinal or transverse direction) and lateral pressure is analyzed by solving the nonlinear governing differential equations of large deflection ortho tropic plate theory. It is presumed that the panel collapses when the most highly stressed boundary location yields, resulting in closed-form expressions for the ultimate strength of the stiffened panel. Based on the insights previously developed through numerical studies, the panel ultimate strength interaction formulation between biaxial loads, with lateral pressure regarded as a secondary load component is then proposed as a relevant combination of the two sets of panel ultimate strength formulations, i.e. one for combined longitudinal axial load and lateral pressure and the other for combined transverse axial load and lateral pressure. The validity of the proposed ultimate strength formulations is verified by a comparison with nonlinear finite element and other numerical solutions.

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