plate theory

plate theory

[′plāt ‚thē·ə·rē]
(analytical chemistry)
In gas chromatography, the theory that the column operates similarly to a distillation column; for example, chromatographic columns are considered as consisting of a number of theoretical plates, each performing a partial separation of components.
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First the nonlocal plate theory was developed for Euler--Bernoulli beams and plates [1,4-10].
His topics include seismic waves and evidence of Earth's interior structure, tectonic plate theory, climate and heat radiation, energy-balance equations and the greenhouse effect, energy production and consumption, and source rocks and seismology.
First, the multilayer plate theory is used to discuss the composite material for the component, including the molding compound, silicon chip and substrate, or the PCB, including the copper layers, fiber and epoxy.
A New Discrete Kirchhoff-Mindlin Element Based on Mindlin-Reissner Plate Theory and Assumed Shear Strain Fields- Part 1: An Extended DKT Element for Thick-Plate Bending Analysis, John Wiley & Sons, International Journal of Numerical Methods in Engineering, 36(11), 1993, pp.
For two-dimensional modeling, an element is formulated by the dimensional reduction from three-dimensional solid to two-dimensional surface which satisfy the first-order shear deformation plate theory and plane stress theory.
Based on Mindlin plate theory (MPT), Hosseini-Hashemi et al.
A beginning towards the development of a plate theory by the present author was made years ago [3].
When we discuss the tectonic plate theory we again point out that we are located at the joint of two moving plates so we are in an unstable area.
Vibration of functionally graded cylindrical shells based on higher order shear deformation plate theory with ring support.
Based on parallel plate theory, multipactor susceptibility curves are standard for the design of multipactor for space applications [5].
Fritzen, "A viscoelastic plate theory for the fast modelling of Lamb wave solutions in NDT/SHM applications", Ultragarsas (Ultrasound), vol.