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By David J Steigmann, Remi Vaillancourt, Ardeshir Guran

The contributions during this quantity are written through famous experts within the fields of mechanics, fabrics modeling and research. They comprehensively tackle the center concerns and current the newest advancements in those and similar components. specifically, the ebook demonstrates the breadth of present learn job in continuum mechanics. quite a few theoretical, computational, and experimental ways are said, protecting finite elasticity, vibration and balance, and mechanical modeling. The assurance displays the level and impression of the learn pursued by way of Professor Haseganu and her overseas colleagues.

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Hence, in contrast to vibrations, 46 Sergei B. e. in the case of buckling the optimal number of the rings, n*, exists. 375 at nr = 9 (see Fig. 12). 13. Conclusion T h e asymptotic technique presented in this paper can be used for various stiffened thin-walled structures. T h e buckling and vibrations of a ringstiffened cylindrical shell with a slanted edge have been considered in [Filippov (1997)] 6 . For such shells, the vibrations and buckling modes are localized near the longest generatrix of the cylindrical shell.

11. 4 6 8 i The ratio f* = u*/u>o VS. n r and k for an FS shell. The function f*(nr, k) increases with k, but the suggested approximate approach is applicable only in the case ka V*b, (67) where Vb 1 V" (rr [1, -1), 7 [l(X*), FS, CL, r " K FS, [ ^ i , CL.

Some asymptotic analysis results on linear buckling and free vibrations of ring-stiffened cylindrical shells are presented below. The approximate values of the critical pressure and of the natural frequencies for thin ring-stiffened shells may be obtained by solving boundary value problems for systems of linear partial differential equations. The equations describing the vibration or the buckling of thin shells contain the dimensionless shell thickness as a small parameter. Therefore, these boundary value problems lend themselves to be solved by asymptotic methods.

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