Solutions are proposed for boundary value problems associated with spherical, ellipsoidal and optimal-design glass-reinforced plastic bottoms filament-wound as an integral part of cylindrical shells.
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Ivanov, O.N. Analysis of glass-reinforced plastic bottoms of cylindrical pressure vessels. Polymer Mechanics 4, 738–744 (1968). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00855810
- Cylindrical Shell
- Pressure Vessel
- Cylindrical Pressure Vessel
- Plastic Bottom