The analyzes were aimed at demonstrating the influence of parameters describing the deformation of the structure on the uncertainty of critical force, and the impact of technological imperfections on stress uncertainty in compression conditions. In a linear buckling analysis, the problem is considered only for the initial, permanent state of the stiffness matrix. In the case of demonstrating the influence of initial deformations on the behavior of the structure under load, it is necessary to visualize changes in stiffness over time. To this end, a non-linear MES analysis was carried out, which will take into account local changes in the stiffness of the model through a gradual increase in the load. Thus, the difference in stiffness is taken into account, which in the linear problem is infinite. The analysis was used to examine the local and global sensitivity of the parameters describing: plating thickness as well as deformation caused by the technological process on the stress value reduced by Huber hypothesis, and the value of normal stress. To take into account the influence of non-specified values of the magnitude of geometric deviations, and their simultaneous influence on the range of obtained results, the Experimental Planning Method and the Surface Method of Answers were used.


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Polish Maritime Research nr 25, strony 100 - 107,
ISSN: 1233-2585
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Opis bibliograficzny:
Kahsin M., STECKI D.: NON-LINE ANALYSIS OF STIFFNESS IN COMPRESSION CONDITIONS// Polish Maritime Research. -Vol. 25, iss. 2(98) (2018), s.100-107
Cyfrowy identyfikator dokumentu elektronicznego (otwiera się w nowej karcie) 10.2478/pomr-2018-0060
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