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Plate N Sheet V4 Full Crack
the mechanical properties of the system of two flat plates held in compression by a rigid block are investigated. the stress and strain fields are solved by the wienerhopf technique and then compared with the solution of the classical tensile theory. the results are discussed in the light of available literature. the emphasis is on the mechanical properties of the system under stress, and the influence of the plate thickness on these properties is thoroughly examined.
the problem of the interaction between a plate and a rigid boundary in the absence of a crack is considered, where the plate is exposed to a point force at an arbitrary angle to the normal. the plate is mounted on a rigid support so that the two faces can move relative to one another. the influence of friction between the rigid support and the plate, and of the plate thickness, is examined, and the associated wienerhopf solutions are evaluated.
the problem of the interaction between a flat plate and a rigid boundary in the presence of a semi-infinite plane crack is examined. the influence of the crack length and of the plate thickness on the plate deflections is examined.
this paper focuses on the problem of the interaction between a thin semi-infinite plate under compression by a rigid boundary in the absence of a crack. the influence of the plate thickness on the plate deflections is examined, and the associated wienerhopf solutions are evaluated.
the problem of the interaction between a flat plate and a rigid boundary in the presence of a semi-infinite plane crack is considered. the influence of the crack length on the plate deflections is examined.