### Table 1. Dependence of the buckling load for a pinned-pinned column upon the loading rate.

"... In PAGE 27: ...uckling load for static deformations of the steel column is 25.7N. For the dynamic problem, the column was assumed to buckle when the lateral deflection at the midspan equaled three times the width of the column, or 3 mm for the problem being studied. As shown below in Table1 , the buckling load computed according to this criterion was found to strongly depend upon the rate of... In PAGE 67: ...f Fig. 3.2. The fundamental frequency of the system was determined by taking the FFT of the displacement time history. The dependence of the fundamental frequency upon the thickness of the viscoelastic layer is listed in Table1 . In computing these, AV in equation (3.... In PAGE 68: ...Chapter 3. Comparison of Active Constrained Layer Damping 55 Table1 . For different values of the thickness of the viscoelastic layer, first natural frequency of the systems shown in Figs.... In PAGE 68: ... The Kirchhoff plate theory suggests that the effective stiffness of the structure will increase and thus the first natural frequency should increase with an increase in the thickness of the viscoelastic layer. However, results reported in Table1 are in the opposite direction. As noted earlier for a plate of aspect ratio 10, the difference in the first natural frequency computed from the Kirchhoff plate theory and the analytical one increases with an increase in the ratio of the moduli of the layers.... In PAGE 71: ... In each case, D4 D3 BP BCBMBEC5C8CP and AX in equation (3.27) equals the first natural frequency of the system listed in Table1 . Because of the nonzero value of AV, the first natural frequency of the composite plate will be slightly different from that listed in Table 1.... In PAGE 71: ...27) equals the first natural frequency of the system listed in Table 1. Because of the nonzero value of AV, the first natural frequency of the composite plate will be slightly different from that listed in Table1 . The load is applied for BC AK D8 AK APBPAX and equals zero for D8 AL APBPAX.... In PAGE 73: ...53 times that given to the extension mode configuration. Also, values of the first natural frequency listed in Table1 suggest that the effective stiffness of the extension... In PAGE 97: ...21) for the PZT. For each one of the ten values of the thickness of the viscoelastic layer listed in Table1 and for the shear mode and the extension mode configurations, it was found that the value of the index C1 BD was nearly the same as that for the case when AN BG BP AN BDBE BPBC. For the shear mode configuration, the index C1 BD was computed by considering transverse displace- ments of a point on the free edge of the PZT layer rather than that of a point on the aluminum layer.... In PAGE 104: ...poxy plate (i.e. AC BP BD) was found to be 147.6 MN/m. With the edges added and AC BP BD, the computed buckling load for different values of AB is listed below in Table1 . These values indicate that for AB BP BHBC, the buckling load of the plate with the graphite-epoxy edge layers equals that of the homogeneous graphite-epoxy plate.... In PAGE 104: ...he edge layers are plotted in Fig. 4.2. Table1 . Buckling load for different values of AB.... ..."

### Table 2. Dependence upon the initial imperfection of the buckling load for the graphite-epoxy plate with PZT layers affixed to its top and bottom surfaces and loaded at the rate of 1,600 GN/m/s.

"... In PAGE 30: ...irections as described in Section 2.2.2. For the loading rate of BDBN BIBCBCBZC6BPD1BPD7 and no voltage applied to the PZTs, the following Table2 lists the computed buckling load for the... In PAGE 69: ...ess than 1.2%. Therefore, the different layers move together in the vertical direction. Table2 .... In PAGE 69: ...315 We determined the first natural frequency of the shear mode configuration for different thicknesses of the viscoelastic layers by varying their shear modulus from 0.1 GPa to 10 GPa; these results are summarized in Table2 . It is evident from these values that when the shear modulus of the viscoelastic layer is nearly one-tenth (or more) of that of the surrounding layers, then the computed... In PAGE 107: ...Chapter 4. Buckling of a Sandwich Plate Containing a Soft Core 94 Table2 . Values of D9 BU BF , D9 BW BF and ICB for different AC values when D9 BT BF BP A0BF mm.... ..."

### Table 12 Buckling load targets and constraints Minimum Buckling

"... In PAGE 8: ...able 11 Design Study Approach .............................................................................................48 Table12 Buckling load targets and constraints .... In PAGE 58: ... Since the response surface is not expected to give buckling load values which are of acceptable accuracy for the final analysis, and it is likely that the design determined by the optimizer will have a buckling load under the required value, a number of additional cases are run with inflated buckling load constraints. These load cases are outlined in Table12 . To verify that the optimized design has an acceptable buckling load, a final STAGS analysis of the optimized design is performed.... ..."

### Table 2. Summary of analytical buckling load results

"... In PAGE 2: ... Results and Discussion The aluminum panel/D-box test fixture were ana- lyzed for selected loading conditions to determine the panel response when subjected to internal pressure only, axial compression with and without pressure, and com- bined axial compression and shear with and without pressure. Analytical buckling load results for the curved panel/D-box assembly are summarized in Table2 for selected loading conditions. Selected analytical results are compared with the experimental results in this sec- tion.... ..."

### Table 1. Summary of buckling and failure loads.

"... In PAGE 6: ... All OEF specimens indicated good comparison between the predicted displacement response and ex- perimental results. Comparison of columns 5 and col- umn 7 in Table1 or the third and fourth bars for each b/t ratio in figure 10 indicates that the failure loads were 71 percent to 101 percent of the predicted failure loads. Figure 10.... ..."

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### Table 1. Summary of buckling and failure loads.

"... In PAGE 6: ... All OEF specimens indicated good comparison between the predicted displacement response and ex- perimental results. Comparison of columns 5 and col- umn 7 in Table1 or the third and fourth bars for each b/t ratio in figure 10 indicates that the failure loads were 71 percent to 101 percent of the predicted failure loads. Figure 10.... ..."

### Table 3. The maximum and the minimum normalized buckling loads and statistical results from normalized buckling loads for the rib with four holes

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"... In PAGE 9: ...onfigurations to which it was optimized, which is exactly 1.0. That does not happen for the design optimized for all loading distributions. Table3 presents statistical results for the rib optimized where the maximum normalized load shown in the second column corresponds, in fact, to the second highest buckling load. The loading configuration to which the design is subjected in the minimum and maximum normalized load is presented between parentheses at the right of the load in table 3.... ..."

### Table 1. Primary Studies Conducted on Buckling Behavior of Plates With a Cutout

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### Table 1. Primary Studies Conducted on Buckling Behavior of Plates With a Cutout

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### Table 3.2 Results of post-buckling analysis

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