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 Steel and Composite Structures   Volume 22, Number 5, December10 2016, pages 1193-1214 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12989/scs.2016.22.5.1193 Three-dimensional stresses analysis in rotating thin laminated composite cylindrical shells Isa Ahmadi and Mahsa Najafi Abstract     [Buy Article] In this paper, the 3D stress state and inter-laminar stresses in a rotating thin laminated cylinder shell are studied. The thickness of the cylinder is supposed to be thin and it is made of laminated composite material and can have general layer stacking. The governing equations of the cylindrical shell are obtained by employing the Layerwise theory (LWT). The effect of rotation is considered as rotational body force which is induced due to the rotation of the cylinder about its axis. The Layerwise theory (LWT), is used to discrete the partial differential equations of the problem to ordinary ones, in terms of the displacements of the mathematical layers. By applying the Free boundary conditions the solution of the governing equations is completed and the stress state, the inter-laminar stresses, and the edge effect in the rotating cylindrical shells are investigated in the numerical results. To verify the results, LWT solution is compared with the results of the FEM solution and good agreements are achieved. The inter-laminar normal and shear stresses in rotating cylinder are studied and effects of layer stacking and angular velocity is investigated in the numerical results. Key Words rotating cylindrical shell; inter-laminar stresses; layerwise theory; laminated composite Address Advanced Materials and Computational Mechanics Lab., Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Zanjan, University Blvd, P.O Box 45371-38791, Zanjan, Iran.

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