## What is/are Composite Plate?

Composite Plate - Composite plates were fabricated by VIM (Vacuum Infusion Moulding) process from glass woven fabric and vinyl ester resin containing silica microparticles (0, 0.^{[1]}So it is very important to analyse the PCB (Composite Plate) under dynamic load conditions.

^{[2]}To get the nonlinear results of the composite plates, in addition to experimental results, finite element numerical method has also been used through ABAQUS software alongside another semi-analytical method.

^{[3]}Sensitivity analysis is done to show how each stochastic input parameter (Elastic modulii) influence thecomposite plate response characteristics.

^{[4]}Composite plates were produced by vacuum infusion method.

^{[5]}The methodology includes a theoretical study of free vibration behavior of composite plates with the inhomogeneous fibrous distribution of the volume fraction using a sinusoidal model by the use of the advanced refined theory of shear deformation of nth-higher-order.

^{[6]}The Radial Basis Function-Pseudo Spectral method (RBF-PS) is used to study the geometrical nonlinear behavior of composite plates.

^{[7]}In order to take into account the anisotropy of the composite laminate, values of the resonant frequency are measured after rotating the clamping system with respect to the composite plate.

^{[8]}The bolt-hole clearance for the composite plate decreased, whereas the clearance for the superalloy plate increased with the rise of temperature.

^{[9]}The main failure modes of the composite plate are matrix damage and delamination.

^{[10]}Thereafter, resin mixture was applied to glass fiber with hand lay-up method and composite plate was produced by vacuum bag method.

^{[11]}The scope of the present work is to elucidate the reverberations of propagating guided waves through delaminated regions confined in composite plate structures.

^{[12]}In this paper, the elastic buckling behaviors of the composite plates extracted from CFS back-to-back built-up columns were investigated using a combination of tests and finite element (FE) analyses.

^{[13]}Bio-composite plates were prepared by normal hand layup technique.

^{[14]}Composite Plate Shear Wall/Concrete Filled (C-PSW/CF) have been the subject of much recent research for application as core-walls in high-rise construction.

^{[15]}Poly (methyl methacrylate) (PMMA)/carbon nanotube (CNT) composite plates have been extensively used in aviation and aerospace fields.

^{[16]}Wood-composite plate-ribbed bend structures with plywood and oriented strand board as covers with splices are considered.

^{[17]}Unlike metals, composite plates can provide excellent resistance to the highly aggressive chemical environment at elevated temperatures in combination with an electrochemical potential in battery operation.

^{[18]}The test results have yielded that the fiber orientation has the significant effect on the composite plate with a circular hole in it.

^{[19]}In the present study, a nonlinear reduced-order model (NLROM) is presented to compute nonlinear response of isotropic and composite plates.

^{[20]}In this research, nonlinear thermal buckling and post-buckling behaviors of composite plate with the circular/elliptical cut-out are investigated using particle semi-energy (PSE) method.

^{[21]}Composite plates and corrugated cores with equal weight fraction were manually made using ML506 epoxy resin with 15% hardener and the overall volume fraction of 45% for woven glass fibers.

^{[22]}It is shown that, under the conditions of bending of layered metal-composite plates carried out at elevated temperatures in the vicinity of their supporting edges, we observe the appearance of edge effects characterizing the phenomenon of shear of these structures in the transverse direction.

^{[23]}The performed analyses are based on shearographic experimental tests of a composite plate with artificially introduced damage at various orientations.

^{[24]}Hammer tests along with modal analysis were performed to evaluate the forced vibration behavior of composite plates under one edge clamped support condition while tensile tests were performed to assess the static mechanical properties.

^{[25]}Also, an effect of external load on the attenuation of AE in a composite plate could be demonstrated in [11].

^{[26]}Article History: Received: 10 November 2020; Revised: 12 January 2021; Accepted: 27 January 2021; Published online: 05 April 2021 : In this article, we analyze the strength and buckling response in the plane shear load fixed at the corner of the composite plate.

^{[27]}At the same time, through the study of the interface structure of the composite plate, it can be known that the metallurgical bonding can be achieved with a small reduction after adding the hard plate.

^{[28]}Hand lay-up and infusion processes are used to manufacture the composite plates.

^{[29]}Results indicated that the plastic deformation of the composite plate and the springback of the welding spot center were small under low laser pulse energy and enlarged under high laser pulse energy.

^{[30]}Thus, the aim of this paper is to describe a medium pressure gas permeameter in polymer nanocomposite plates, developed by the authors and sought to be validated with nitrogen at 1 MPa and 69 ºC (342.

^{[31]}Composite plates were molded using hot-press machine.

^{[32]}We compare several methods to identify material parameters of a constitutive model for small strain, linear elastic transverse isotropy based on experimental data of specimens made from composite plates.

^{[33]}Hence, it matters to understand how the arising of these clusters may affect the static and free vibrational behaviors of low side-to-thickness nanocomposite plates.

^{[34]}The weight of the composite plates firstly increased because of water diffusion up to month 15 and then decreased due to matrix degradation.

^{[35]}New shear connectors are designed and made of bidirectional carbon fibre reinforced polymer (CFRP) composite plates and crossed CFRP reinforcing bars.

^{[36]}The composite plates were modelled using Hashin failure criteria.

^{[37]}To prove this point, we apply it to investigate the reflection of SV-waves from an incompressible orthotropic layer overlying an incompressible orthotropic half-spaces and the propagation of Lamb waves in a composite plate consisting of two incompressible orthotropic layers.

^{[38]}This paper investigates the method to improve the property that can decrease the impact response of composite plate.

^{[39]}This article investigates the large deflection and post-buckling of composite plates by employing the Carrera Unified Formulation (CUF).

^{[40]}Decarburization took place on the surface layer of each process cycle and multi-layered plates were produced with a carbon content that fluctuated along the thickness direction that constitutes a composite plate.

^{[41]}Variable Angle Tow (VAT) composite plates are characterized by in-plane variable stiffness properties, which opens to new concepts of stiffness tailoring and optimization to achieve higher structural performance for advanced lightweight structures where damage tolerance consideration are often mandatory.

^{[42]}Composite plates were examined under constant strain amplitude using conventional fatigue tests and constant stress amplitude using thermographic stress analysis at 5 Hz cycling with a constant amplitude ratio of 0.

^{[43]}The advantage of the new higher order plate theory and its numerical implementation is that it is much more computationally efficient compared to comprehensive methods as Lamb wave polar plots of composite plates as function of incidence angle, polar angle and frequency can be calculated in less than a second on a standard laptop.

^{[44]}Composite plates in post-buckling regime can experience mode jumping in their buckling shape, suddenly increasing the number of half-waves.

^{[45]}The use of composite plates in loaded structures is one way to improve the weight characteristics of rocket and space technology.

^{[46]}Fibre orientation angle, effects of number of 90° layers and effects of plate thickness and length on the distributions of interfacial stress in the concrete beams reinforced with composite plates have also been studied.

^{[47]}The composite plate is made of three layers.

^{[48]}This article presents the derivation of an exact analytical solution of the composite plate based on theory of Kirchhoff’s plate and extended theory of piezoelectricity.

^{[49]}Particularly, during the first study, the piezoelectric transducer was used to produce mechanical excitation to the composite plate when the impact response is measured with another piezoelectric sensor.

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## low velocity impact

The accurate localization of low-velocity impacts on the composite plate structure of the ship is still a great challenge.^{[1]}A series of drop tower low-velocity impact tests were performed on quasi-isotropic composite plates.

^{[2]}In this article, the effectiveness of the thermography method with three different thermal excitation sources, including the ultrasonic vibrothermography, infrared thermography with the heating element, and infrared thermography with hot airflow, for damage evaluation in CFRP and GFRP composite plates subjected to low-velocity impacts are investigated.

^{[3]}Therefore, a new low velocity impact monitoring and identification method for composite plates with variable thickness is proposed.

^{[4]}A new theoretical solution is presented to determine the stress distribution in a ten-layer simply-supported circular composite plate subjected to the low-velocity impact.

^{[5]}In order to study the damage mechanism of carbon fiber composite laminates, an experimental and numerical investigation has been carried out to study the dynamic perforation behaviors of composite plates subjected to low velocity impact.

^{[6]}3D models of composite plates subjected to repeated low-velocity impacts were developed in Abaqus/Explicit software.

^{[7]}Later, an explicit dynamic based finite element analysis was performed to simulate the low-velocity impact on each of the composite plate developed.

^{[8]}The aim of this work is to evaluate the low velocity impact response of polymer-based hybrid composite plates reinforced by the chopped CFs and CNTs using finite element method (FEM).

^{[9]}Damage generated due to low velocity impact in composite plates was evaluated focusing on the design and structural integrity of wind turbine blades.

^{[10]}In order to elucidate the hygroscopic effects on impact-resistance of carbon fiber/epoxy quasi-isotropic composite plates, low-velocity impact tests are conducted on dry and hygroscopically conditioned plates, respectively, under identical configurations.

^{[11]}ABSTRACT In this paper, a new analytical model for behavior of carbon nanotubes reinforced composite plates under low velocity impact has been presented.

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## higher order shear

In the present study, a higher-order shear deformation plate theory with hyperbolic shape function is used to analyze vibration suppression of a novel design of a cross-ply composite plate that contains a homogenous core and viscoelastic faces and is embedded in three-parameter Kerr’s foundation.^{[1]}Thermal post-buckling analysis of sandwich composite plates has been presented with the incorporation of shape memory alloy (SMA) under uniform temperature distribution by higher order shear deformation theory (HSDT) with von Karman nonlinear kinematics by finite element method (FEM) in MATLAB environment.

^{[2]}The structural model of the plate is formulated using a higher-order shear deformation zigzag theory for accommodating the analysis of both thin and relatively thick composite plates.

^{[3]}Muntari’s higher-order shear deformation method for elastic composite plates is used to investigate the composite laminated thick and thin plate’s transient response.

^{[4]}In this paper, the bending analysis of Multi-wall carbon nanotubes (MWCNT) reinforced honeycomb core sandwich composite plate has been performed based on the higher-order shear deformation theory using finite element formulations.

^{[5]}The composite plates are modeled considering von Karman non-linearity and Higher-order shear deformation theory (HSDT).

^{[6]}Nonlinear bending analysis was performed of magnetoelectroelastic (MEE) composite plates under a mechanical and magnetoelectric (ME) load by using von Karman’s nonlinear geometric equation and the higher order shear deformation theory (HSDT).

^{[7]}As a first endeavor, this article presents the free vibration of composite plates reinforced with graphene platelets (GPLs) based on the higher-order shear deformation plate theory.

^{[8]}In the present paper, a simple refined nth-higher-order shear deformation theory is applied for the free vibration analysis of laminated composite plates.

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## finite element method

While many structures used in aerospace applications are thin and as such susceptible to buckling problem, this paper presents the study on the buckling and post-buckling of bamboo reinforced composite plates (BRCPs), applying the finite element method software of ANSYS APDL.^{[1]}In the present study, fracture response of centrally cracked symmetric angle ply laminated composite plates subjected to biaxially applied tensile, shear and tensile and shear combined stresses by implementing well established extended finite element method (XFEM) are studied.

^{[2]}This paper summarizes experimental results and discusses the development and benchmarking of detailed 3D finite element method (FEM) models for large-scale planar composite plate shear wall/concrete filled (C-PSW/CF) specimens subjected to constant axial force and cyclic lateral loading.

^{[3]}In this paper, the natural frequencies of delaminated S-glass and E-glass epoxy cantilever composite plates are presented by employing the finite element method (FEM) approach.

^{[4]}This paper aims to conduct the free vibration analysis of single-layer and laminated composite plates with multiple cutouts based on the scaled boundary finite element method (SBFEM) incorporated with the precise integration method (PIM) and the technique of the degree of freedom transform.

^{[5]}In this paper, a newly developed numerical engineering approach is presented for the study of elastic wave dispersion in composite plates (sandwich plates) with high-contrast properties of the layers using modal finite element method (FEM) analysis implemented in commercial software.

^{[6]}The scaled boundary finite element method (SBFEM) incorporated with the precise integration technique (PIT) is further extended to present the semi-analytical analysis of static bending and free vibration behaviors of laminated magneto-electro-elastic composite plates.

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## fiber reinforced polymer

This paper presents the experimental investigation on cutting of thin carbon fiber-reinforced polymer (CFRP) composite plate by wire electrical-discharge machining (WEDM) with the aid of sandwich assisting-electrodes.^{[1]}This work is devoted to the investigation of vibration suppression effects of the viscoelastic foundation, viscoelastic damping boundary condition and porous graphene platelet coating (PGPC) on the fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) composite plate.

^{[2]}Thus, this study experimentally verified the error outlier impact localization algorithm by performing impact localization for a carbon fiber-reinforced polymer composite plate under various temperatures.

^{[3]}An analytical model was developed for the prediction of small mass impact response including delamination effects in orthotropic composite plates, which mainly focuses on the relatively weak resistance of fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) laminates to small mass impact.

^{[4]}Both theoretical and experimental investigations are performed on vibro-acoustic characteristics of composite plate comprising fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP) laminates with a porous foam core (PFC) subjected to planar acoustic wave (PAW) excitation in present work.

^{[5]}This paper presents a computational rational model to predict the ultimate and optimized load capacity of reinforced concrete (RC) beams strengthened by a combination of longitudinal and transverse fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) composite plates/sheets (flexure and shear strengthening system).

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## functionally graded carbon

Dynamic instability behavior of functionally graded carbon nanotube reinforced hybrid composite plates subjected to periodic loadings is studied.^{[1]}In this regard, we conduct a comparative study of six typical dynamic condensation techniques utilized for addressing damage identification problems of composite plates made of functionally graded materials (FGM) and functionally graded carbon nanotube-reinforced composite (FG-CNTRC) materials.

^{[2]}In this paper, a four-variable refined plate theory (HSDT4) and Navier solution are used to analyze the free vibration characteristics of functionally graded carbon nanotube reinforced laminated composite plates integrated with piezoelectric.

^{[3]}This research makes a first attempt to investigate the dynamic characteristics of functionally graded carbon nanotube–reinforced composite plates and shell structures with surface-bonded piezoelectric layers.

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## finite element model

A novel finite element model for geometrically nonlinear analysis of laminated composite plates is proposed in this paper.^{[1]}A computationally efficient C 0 finite element model in conjunction with the nonpolynomial shear deformation theory (NPSDT) is extended to examine the free and forced vibration behavior of laminated composite plates.

^{[2]}A three-dimensional finite element model based on cohesive zone modeling is used to predict interfacial debonding in hybrid composite plates.

^{[3]}According to these initial parameters, finite element model of sandwich composite plate is constructed to extract its elasto-dynamic parameters.

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## first order shear

In this work the differential quadrature method is applied to first-order shear deformable composite plates having a through-width delamination.^{[1]}A new anticlastic bending solution for the deflection and rotations of laminated composite plates and sandwich panels applicable to plates under torsion or bending with opposite curvatures is developed using first-order shear deformation theory and the theorem of minimum potential energy.

^{[2]}The free vibration analysis of laminated nanocomposite plates and shells using first-order shear deformation theory and the generalized differential quadrature method is presented.

^{[3]}The model of nanocomposite plate is investigated within the first order shear deformation theory (FSDT).

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## glass fiber reinforced

The effect of Al2O3 and B4C nanoparticles on the quasi-static penetration test (QSPT) and Charpy impact test of glass-fiber-reinforced polymer composite plates has been studied with the aim to clear up whether there is a correlation between results of these two tests.^{[1]}This article compares different air-coupled ultrasonic testing methods to characterize impact-type defects in a pultruded quasi-isotropic glass fiber-reinforced plastic (GFRP) composite plate.

^{[2]}Furthermore, the performance of a kenaf reinforced composite plate is demonstrated using finite element analysis and results are compared to a glass fiber reinforced laminated composite plate.

^{[3]}In this study, the effect of adding nanosize additive to glass fiber reinforced composite plates on mechanical properties and surface milling was investigated.

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## shear deformation plate

In this study, the vibration and deflection of a multilayered composite plate are investigated based on simple and refined sinusoidal shear deformation plate theories.^{[1]}In this article, a quasi-3D trigonometric shear deformation plate theory is utilized to study the vibration response of an advanced cross-ply multilayered composite plate that contains a homogenous core and viscoelastic faces subjected to a hygrothermal loading and embedded in a viscoelastic foundation.

^{[2]}A single layer shear deformation plate theory with superposed shape functions for laminated composite plates has been proposed.

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## finite strip method

Improved buckling analysis of stiffened laminated composite plates under axial compressive loads are conducted using spline finite strip method.^{[1]}Postbuckling behavior of stiffened laminated composite plates is investigated using a simplified spline finite strip method.

^{[2]}The influence of flexural anisotropy or bend-twist coupling on the buckling performance of CFRP composite plates in compression and shear and thin-walled CFRP composite tubes in torsion is examined in this paper using the finite strip method of analysis.

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## structural health monitoring

The accuracy of the proposed PIL method is experimentally assessed by dropping a steel ball on a carbon fibre composite plate with existing piezoelectric transducers that can also be used for other structural health monitoring applications.^{[1]}Lamb wave is a promising means for active structural health monitoring and nondestructive evaluation of laminated composite plates.

^{[2]}This paper presents the development process of a laboratory-scale Lamb wave-based structural health monitoring (SHM) system for laminated composite plates.

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## force resisting system

Composite Plate Shear Walls-Concrete Filled (C-PSW/CF) are a special seismic-force resisting system consisting of steel plates and concrete infill.^{[1]}A Composite Plate Shear Wall/Concrete Filled (C-PSW/CF) is a special lateral-force resisting system consisting a sandwiched panel of two steel plates with concrete infill in between them, ideally suited for core-wall structures in high-rise construction.

^{[2]}The research presented here was conducted, using FEMA P695 methodology, to determine the value of the above factors for a special seismic-force resisting system defined as Coupled Composite Plate Shear Walls-Concrete Filled (CC-PSW/CF).

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## carbon nanotube reinforced

The paper studied the analysis of vibrations of rectangular carbon nanotube-reinforced composite plates.^{[1]}Free vibration behavior of carbon nanotube-reinforced composite plates is studied here, using isogeometric analysis (IGA) based on a higher-order shear deformation theory (HSDT).

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## order displacement field

The proposed layerwise model, which is developed for multilayer composite plates, supposes higher-order displacement field for the core and first-order displacement field for the face sheets maintaining a continuity of displacement at layer.^{[1]}A higher-order displacement field is used for the analysis of the thermal buckling of composite plates subjected to thermal load; it is based on a constant ‘‘m’’, which is optimized to get results relatively close to those given by 3D elasticity theory.

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## shear deformation theory

The inverse hyperbolic shear deformation theory originally developed for the laminated composite plates is extended to model the deformation characteristics of laminated composite shells.^{[1]}In this paper, the effect of the hygrothermal environment on the dynamic analysis