TY - GEN

T1 - Shear correction factor effect on Functionally Graded Material (FGM) composite beams with Discrete Shear Beam (DSB) element

AU - Ikramullah, M. Jeva

AU - Maknun, Imam Jauhari

N1 - Publisher Copyright:
© 2024 Author(s).

PY - 2024/2/6

Y1 - 2024/2/6

N2 - Composite material combines two or more materials into one combined material to get the desired characteristics of each material. Functionally Graded Material (FGM) is a type of composite material that combines two materials in the form of gradation of materials that is being developed as an alternative to the conventional composite material. To support this material, numerical simulation by the Finite Element Method (FEM) is very interesting. In this paper, the Discrete Shear Beam Element (DSB) element is used to evaluate the effect of the shear correction factor in FGM beam structures. In much of the literature, the shear correction factor is assumed to be constant. This assumption is correct for isotropic structures, but in FGM structures, this factor is not constant. A simply supported beam with various boundary conditions and thickness length ratio is evaluated to understand the effect of this factor. The results show that by using the true shear correction factor, the results will be close to the reference solution. Moreover, for the FGM beam with the significant ratio of modulus elasticity, the use of the true shear correction factor is a must to get a solution as close as possible to the reference solution.

AB - Composite material combines two or more materials into one combined material to get the desired characteristics of each material. Functionally Graded Material (FGM) is a type of composite material that combines two materials in the form of gradation of materials that is being developed as an alternative to the conventional composite material. To support this material, numerical simulation by the Finite Element Method (FEM) is very interesting. In this paper, the Discrete Shear Beam Element (DSB) element is used to evaluate the effect of the shear correction factor in FGM beam structures. In much of the literature, the shear correction factor is assumed to be constant. This assumption is correct for isotropic structures, but in FGM structures, this factor is not constant. A simply supported beam with various boundary conditions and thickness length ratio is evaluated to understand the effect of this factor. The results show that by using the true shear correction factor, the results will be close to the reference solution. Moreover, for the FGM beam with the significant ratio of modulus elasticity, the use of the true shear correction factor is a must to get a solution as close as possible to the reference solution.

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U2 - 10.1063/5.0144004

DO - 10.1063/5.0144004

M3 - Conference contribution

AN - SCOPUS:85185784302

T3 - AIP Conference Proceedings

BT - AIP Conference Proceedings

A2 - Kusuma, Andyka

A2 - Fatriansyah, Jaka Fajar

A2 - Dhelika, Radon

A2 - Pratama, Mochamad Adhiraga

A2 - Irwansyah, Ridho

A2 - Maknun, Imam Jauhari

A2 - Putra, Wahyuaji Narottama

A2 - Ardi, Romadhani

A2 - Harwahyu, Ruki

A2 - Harahap, Yulia Nurliani

A2 - Lischer, Kenny

PB - American Institute of Physics Inc.

T2 - 17th International Conference on Quality in Research, QiR 2021 in conjunction with the International Tropical Renewable Energy Conference 2021, I-Trec 2021 and the 2nd AUN-SCUD International Conference, CAIC-SIUD

Y2 - 13 October 2021 through 15 October 2021

ER -