Use of Classical Plate Finite Elements for the Analysis of Electroactive Composite Plates. Numerical Validations

Abstract : An original piezoelectric plate theory has been presented in the companion paper (Osmont and Pablo, 2008). The particularity of the ‘piezoelectric’, finite element stemming from this theory lies in the fact that no electric degree of freedom is needed to take into account the electromechanical coupling. This article is focused on the validation of this theory through various benchmarks issued from literature. It will be proved that results are in quite agreement with static and dynamic reference solutions of laminated composite plates equipped with piezoelectric patches.
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F. Pablo, Isabelle Bruant, Olivier Polit. Use of Classical Plate Finite Elements for the Analysis of Electroactive Composite Plates. Numerical Validations. Journal of Intelligent Material Systems and Structures, SAGE Publications, 2009, 20 (15), pp.1861-1873. ⟨10.1177/1045389X09105237⟩. ⟨hal-01978590⟩

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