Meta-model based stochastic isogeometric analysis of composite plates
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- International Journal of Mechanical Sciences, 2021, 194, pp. 1-13
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A stochastic isogeometric analysis approach (SIGA) is presented for functionally graded porous plates with graphene platelets reinforcement (FGP-GPLs). Different kinds of random fields and variables are applied to describe the uncertain system inputs which are including material properties of the FGP matrix and graphene platelets, magnitudes and directions of applied loads. A Nyström based Karhunen-Loève expansion is presented for random field discretization within the IGA scheme. The arbitrary polynomial chaos-Kriging (aPCK) method is presented for uncertainty quantification. To sustain the robustness of the aPCK approach for engineering problems involving high-dimension of uncertainty, a new Dagum kernel function is introduced in Kriging. The mean, standard deviation, probability density function (PDF) and cumulative distribution function (CDF) of structural outputs can be effectively estimated. Three illustrative examples are investigated to assess the performance of the proposed method for mathematical and engineering applications.
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