Applications of the Aboudi micromechanics theory to metal matrix composites
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Constitutive relations derived from the Aboudi micromechanics theory in conjunction with the Bodner-Partom unified theory of plasticity are used to analyze the nonlinear behavior of metal matrix composite structures. The effective lamina and laminate constitutive relations are incorporated into a first-order shear deformation plate theory. Numerical results obtained by the finite element method are presented which illustrate the nonlinear response of a boron/aluminum material system for several loading conditions and configurations.
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Arenburg, R. T., & Reddy, J. N.