Sep 26, 2019 · The aim of this contribution is to derive a beam theory form the three-dimensional theory of elasticity without employing any a-priory assumptions.

First, beams are a rather special subgroup of shells as they are one-dimensional shells with curvature zero. Second, beam theory evolves from the three- ...

Starting from the equations of the linear, three-dimensional theory of elasticity, the displacements are expanded into power series in the width- and ...

Starting from the equations of the linear, three-dimensional theory of elasticity, the displacements are expanded into power series in the width- and ...

TL;DR: In this article, a hierarchy of beam theories of different orders of approximation is established by invoking the uniform-approximation method in ...

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Starting from the equations of the linear, three-dimensional theory of elasticity, the displacements are expanded into power series in the width- and ...

Sep 10, 2021 · Yes. A prismatic beam subjected to a bending moment, and the beam is composed of a uniform elastic material, will have a linear distribution of ...

Mar 10, 2016 · That is in pure bending the transverse plane remain in their original shape (no distortion in shape) but they just get displaced and rotated .

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