Buckling of beam-column problem of anisotropic cylindrical shells

Anukul De

Aplikace matematiky (1986)

  • Volume: 31, Issue: 3, page 180-189
  • ISSN: 0862-7940

Abstract

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The object of this paper is to formulate the differential equations in the beamcolumn problem of the buckling of anisotropic cylindrical shells, placed between the plates of a testing machine subject to an axial load P and a radial load H of sufficient magnitude to bring the expansion without constraint of the edges produced by P to zero deflection. The solution is obtained with necessary boundary conditions and the corresponding results for the isotropic case are deduced.

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De, Anukul. "Buckling of beam-column problem of anisotropic cylindrical shells." Aplikace matematiky 31.3 (1986): 180-189. <http://eudml.org/doc/15447>.

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References

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  6. A. De, Buckling of anisotropic shells I, Apl. Mat. 28 (1983), 120-128. (1983) Zbl0513.73048MR0695186
  7. A. De, Buckling of anisotropic shells II, Apl. Mat. 28 (1983), 129-137. (1983) Zbl0513.73049

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