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|Title:||Elastic plates with simply supported straight boundaries, resting on a liquid foundation|
|Authors:||University of Denver.|
New York University. Institute of Mathematical Sciences.
Kerr, Arnold D.
Ice cover strength
|Publisher:||U.S. Army Snow, Ice, and Permafrost Research Establishment.|
Engineer Research and Development Center (U.S.)
|Series/Report no.:||Research report (U.S. Army Snow|
Summary: The deflection expression of an infinite plate subjected to a concentrated force is used with the "method of images" to obtain solutions for 6 plates with simply supported edges. The semi-infinite plate, the wedge-shaped plate, and its special case, the rectangular corner plate, are solved in closed form; and the infinite strip, the semi-infinite strip, and the rectangular plate are solved as rapidly convergent series. Behavior under a concentrated force is studied in more detail for the semi-infinite plate and the rectangular corner plate. Relationships for obtaining bending moments, shear forces and reaction distributions as well as derivatives of the kei-function with respect to 𝗋 and 𝛳 are given in the appendices.
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