The problem of the theory of orthotropic layered shells with low shear stiffness is reformulated in force-moments and stress functions on the basis of new strain continuity relations constructed with allowance for transverse shears.
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Pelekh, B.L., Teters, G.A. Resolvents of the theory of orthotropic shells with low shear stiffness in force-moments and stress functions. Polymer Mechanics 6, 832–834 (1970). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00856225
- Transverse Shear
- Stress Function
- Shear Stiffness
- Layered Shell
- Continuity Relation