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ABOUT HOW THINGS WORK AT MY ONLINE CLASSES: 1. Each week-end you will receive the brief in a secret Facebook group: a challenge that you will have to work on until next Friday. 2. Each Friday you will have to send me your sketches via email here: firstname.lastname@example.org 3. Stay tuned on 2 things: your email and the secret Facebook group - where each Sunday I will post a new challenge + a lot of tips, links, inspiring posts, trends and theoretic knowledge. 4. You will receive by email a personal feed-back on your drawings and tips on how to improve 5. Then, we repeat: Each week-end you will receive a new brief, have time until next Friday to sketch, then send me your sketches for feed-backs and then wait for another brief. 6. At the end of the 3 months course you will receive a diploma that will attest the fact that you did all the 12 challenges and you took the online course with me.
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Saved by uncleflo on April 4th, 2015.
The heterogeneity in a composite material is introduced due to not only its bi-phase or in some cases multi-phase composition, but also laminations. This leads to a distinctly different stress strain behaviour in the case of laminates. The anisotropy caused due to fibre orientations and the resulting extension-shear and bending-twisting coupling as well as the extension-bending coupling developed due to unsymmetric lamination add to the complexities. A clear understanding of the constitutive equations of a composite laminate is thus desirable before these are used in analysis and design of composite structures. In this chapter, we first introduce to the readers the basic constitutive equations for a general three-dimensional anisotropic material with and without material symmetry, elastic constants and compliances and their relations to engineering constants, as well as transformation laws for elastic constants and compliances for both three and two-dimensional cases.
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