Effect of stacking sequence and thickness on the interlaminar stresses for quasi-isotropic laminated plates with a hole

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This paper discusses the evaluation of interlaminar stresses, in the presence of in-plane stress gradients, for composite laminates by using three-dimensional equilibrium equations. The stress gradients are calculated by means of an improved finite difference scheme. A quasi-isotropic laminated plate with a circular hole subjected to a uniform tension stress is considered. The effects of stacking sequence and the thickness of the laminate on the interlaminar stresses have been studied. © 1994.

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Jayatheertha, C., & Webber, J. P. H. (1994). Effect of stacking sequence and thickness on the interlaminar stresses for quasi-isotropic laminated plates with a hole. Composites Science and Technology, 51(4), 601–611. https://doi.org/10.1016/0266-3538(94)90092-2

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