The problem solved is that of an infinite plate subjected to a suddenly applied concentrated transverse shear load. The solution is derived from a plate theory that incorporates, in addition to bending, the effect of shear force and rotatory inertia on the deflection. These added effects give the present theory true wave character along with greater accuracy in the waves predicted. Numerical evaluation of the solution brings out the effects of dispersion and distortion on the moment and shear-force response of the plate. A criterion is developed for judging the accuracy of this response. It is based on a comparison, employing the stationary phase method, of the present approximate and exact (three-dimensional) theories.
Flexural Stress Waves in an Infinite Elastic Plate Due to a Suddenly Applied Concentrated Transverse Load
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Miklowitz, J. (December 1, 1960). "Flexural Stress Waves in an Infinite Elastic Plate Due to a Suddenly Applied Concentrated Transverse Load." ASME. J. Appl. Mech. December 1960; 27(4): 681–689. https://doi.org/10.1115/1.3644082
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