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Vasilenko, A.T., Golub, G.P., Grigorenko, Y.M. et al. Solving problems of statics of multilayer shells of revolution with orthotropic layers of varying thickness. Soviet Applied Mechanics 6, 117–121 (1970). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00887392
- Multilayer Shell
- Orthotropic Layer