The stress-strain relations, displacement distribution, stress resultants and mid plane strain resultants of a functionally graded material plate are studied using Hamilton’s principle. A simply supported rectangular thick shell direct stress, inplane shear stress, transverse stress and displacement are investigated. The analysis and modeling of five layers FGM shell is carried out using MATLAB19 code with ABAQUS20 software. Using distinct materials on the top and bottom layers of the shell, a transverse uniform load in five degrees - of - freedom is applied with a specific Poisson's ratio and Young's modulus in a power and sigmoidal law function through the thickness direction. A power law was used to determine the distribution of properties through shell thickness. The results showed that the bottom layer affected significantly most stress due to subjected to the most in-plane stress while the displacement is greatest at the top layer.
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