The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 69 (1991) > Issues > Issue 15 > A Simple Grillage Analogy for the Analysis of Steel Sandwich Panels with Penetrations
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A Simple Grillage Analogy for the Analysis of Steel Sandwich Panels with Penetrations

Sandwich panels fabricated by attaching facing plates to a folded-plate, directional stiffening core and penetrated by holes present a difficult analytical problem which can be solved by the use of large finite element packages. K.H. Tan and Professor P. Montague