Using artificial neural networks and strain gauges for the determination of static loads on a thin square fully constrained composite marine panel subjected to a large central displacement

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Reza Ramazani, M.; Sewell, Philip; Noroozi, Siamak; Khanadan, R.; Cripps, Bob;
(2012)

Current methods of estimating the behaviour of marine composite structures under pressure due to slamming as a result of high waves are based on trial and error or oversimplification. Normally under these conditions the nonlinearities of these structures are often negle... View more
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