ROTATIONALLY SYMMETRIC BENDING OF ORTHOTROPIC CONICAL SHELLS: TRAVERSE SHEAR AND COUPLE STRESS-STRESS COUPLE EFFECTS.

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Abstract

Making use of the simplified static-geometric analogy associated with the introduction of the two mentioned effects, two second order coupled differential equations, involving two dependent variables which are static-geometric analogues of each other, are derived for rotationally symmetric deformation of orthotropic conical shells, wherein both the above mentioned effects are included. By an asymptotic procedure, the general solutions of these equations are obtained. A comparison of the results thus obtained, with those published earlier, and a discussion are presented.

Original languageEnglish
Pages53-69
Number of pages17
StatePublished - 1975
EventMidwest Mech Conf, 14th, Proc, Pap and Lect - Norman, OK, USA
Duration: Mar 24 1975Mar 26 1975

Conference

ConferenceMidwest Mech Conf, 14th, Proc, Pap and Lect
CityNorman, OK, USA
Period03/24/7503/26/75

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    Atluri, S. N. (1975). ROTATIONALLY SYMMETRIC BENDING OF ORTHOTROPIC CONICAL SHELLS: TRAVERSE SHEAR AND COUPLE STRESS-STRESS COUPLE EFFECTS.. 53-69. Paper presented at Midwest Mech Conf, 14th, Proc, Pap and Lect, Norman, OK, USA, .