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General solutions of orthotropic cylindrical shell equations

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Kiev University. Translated from Prikladnaya Mekhanika, Vol. 24, No. 9, pp. 74–80, September, 1988.

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Mukoed, A.P., Khvorostyanyi, F.O. General solutions of orthotropic cylindrical shell equations. Soviet Applied Mechanics 24, 898–904 (1988).

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  • General Solution
  • Cylindrical Shell
  • Orthotropic Cylindrical Shell
  • Shell Equation
  • Cylindrical Shell Equation