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A Gradient Stable Node-Based Smoothed Discrete Shear Gap Method for Analysis of Reissner–Mindlin Plates

Table 10

The factor of axial buckling loads along the axis of rectangular plates with various length-to-width ratios and various thickness-to-width ratios.

a/bt/bFEM-DSGNS-FEMNS-DSGGS-DSGMeshfree [68]Pb-2 Ritz [75]ES-DSG [37]

1.00.053.83343.71673.76533.84143.92933.94443.9412
0.13.50123.35843.46373.51843.72703.78653.7402
0.22.63792.56622.65262.68393.14713.26373.1263

1.50.054.19984.04224.15794.23374.21164.25704.2852
0.13.80133.63083.78713.84193.89824.02503.9844
0.22.78792.70252.81762.84903.10323.30483.1461

2.00.053.88663.75973.85343.90883.86573.94443.9811
0.13.58673.43773.57173.61313.67973.78653.7711
0.22.76722.68432.79682.81433.07833.26373.1415

2.50.054.02733.88014.00494.06023.96004.06454.1691
0.13.68853.52553.68273.72523.73113.86833.8924
0.22.79182.70192.81672.84453.03063.24213.1234

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