THE STABILITY OF PLATES UNDER THE ACTION OF SHEARING LOADS

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The method of stability analysis of plates under the action of shearing loads is presented. Using variation method of Vlasov, the set of differential equations of stability of plates is giv- en. As an example, the stability calculation of rectangular plate hinge-supported along four sides under the action of shearing load in a median surface is realized. The numerical algorism of stability analysis of plates by the method of continuation on parameter of shearing load is developed, the Fortran program is realized. The obtained value of critical load is leveled with the table data


SERGEY PAVLOVICH IVANOV

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Volga State University of Technology Russia, 424000, the Republic of Mari El, Yoshkar-Ola, Lenin Sq., b.3

Doctor of Science, Professor, Head of Department of Strength of Materials and Applied Mechanics, the Volga State University of Technology; Professor of Department of Electro-mechanics, the Mari State University. He is the author of 147 scientific articles, 2 monographs, 4 textbooks, 20 names of educational literature. General research interests: Strength, stability and vibrations analyses of the physically and geometric nonlinear rods, plates and plate systems

OLEG GENNADEVICH IVANOV

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Volga State University of Technology Russia, 424000, the Republic of Mari El, Yoshkar-Ola, Lenin Sq., b.3

Cand. Sc, Assistant professor, Associate professor of the De- partment of Strength of Materials and Applied Mechanics, the Volga State University of Technology. He is the author of 35 scientific articles, 1 monograph, 6 names of educational literature. General research interests: Strength and stability analyses of the physically nonlinear plates and plate systems resting on elastic foundation.

ANASTASIA SERGEEVNA IVANOVA

ivanova-a-s@list.ru
Volga State University of Technology Russia, 424000, the Republic of Mari El, Yoshkar-Ola, Lenin Sq., b.3

aspirant, senior lecturer of the Department of Strength of Materials and Applied Mechanics, the Volga State University of Technology. Scientific adviser - Doctor of Science, Professor Ivanov S. P., the Volga State University of Technology. At the present time she works on the Candidate's dissertation «The dynamic stability of physically nonlinear rods, plates and plate systems» in the specialty 05.23.17 - « Structural Mechanics». She is the author of 15 scientific articles, 1 name of educational literature. General research interests: Stability analyses of the physically nonlinear rods, plates and plate systems

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