Exact solutions to some problems of the statics of non-circular cylindrical shells considering transverse shear strains

1Storozhuk, EA
1Yatsura, AV
1Komarchuk, SM
1Pigol, OV
1S.P. Timoshenko Institute of Mechanics of the NAS of Ukraine, Kyiv
Dopov. Nac. akad. nauk Ukr. 2016, 11:28-35
Section: Mechanics
Language: Ukrainian

The statements and the analytic (exact) solutions of boundary-value problems are given for composite infinitely long non-circular cylindrical shells stressed by static loads. The system of solving equations is based on the formulas of the refined theory of non-shallow shells with low sliding stiffness. The expressions for the internal power factors and generalized displacements of closed and open cylindrical shells of oval cross-section loaded by an internal pressure and a transverse force are presented.

Keywords: composite material, deformation of transverse shear, exact solution, long cylindrical shell, non-circular cross-section, static load
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