# plate theoryの例文

- On the other hand, geologists developed plate theory in the 1960s.
- Finally, there is a sort of combo-plate theory that might be the best explanation.
- While Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory chemist David Butterfield envisions megaplumes formed by the geologic hot-plate theory.
- While Pacifc Marine Environmental Laboratory chemist David Butterfield envisions megaplumes formed by the geologic hot-plate theory.
- Eric Reissner ( Max Erich Reissner, 1913 1996 ), his son, developed Mindlin Reissner plate theory.
- More recent studies in the 1990s and later, have displaced this theory with the Halmahera Plate theory.
- Both theories include in-plane shear strains and both are extensions of Kirchhoff-Love plate theory incorporating first-order shear effects.
- Since a first-order shear deformation theory implies a linear displacement variation through the thickness, it is incompatible with Reissner's plate theory.
- The form of Mindlin Reissner plate theory that is most commonly used is actually due to Mindlin and is more properly called " Mindlin plate theory ".
- Reissner is perhaps best known for the Reissner shear-deformation plate theory, which describes mathematically what happens to a flat surface when a force is applied to it.
- The form of Mindlin Reissner plate theory that is most commonly used is actually due to Mindlin and is more properly called " Mindlin plate theory ".
- In the 1940s and 1950s he and fellow Lamont researchers began to profile the earth's crust, an effort that opened the way for the tectonic plate theory of continental movement.
- Additional analysis tools have been developed such as plate theory and finite element analysis, but the simplicity of beam theory makes it an important tool in the sciences, especially structural and mechanical engineering.
- Applying the plate theories of structural mechanics, he proved that as an internal reinforcing element, a truss lattice structure has the ability to reduce the weight of a pressure vessel by decreasing its skin thickness while improving its fracture strength.