Numerical Analysis of Nonstationary Vibrations of Discretely Reinforced Multilayer Shells of Different Geometry
The forced vibrations of discretely reinforced multilayer cylindrical, spherical, and conical shells under nonstationary loading are studied. The dynamic behavior of the shells is studied using Timoshenko-type theory of shells and rods. Problem statements are presented and a numerical algorithm of solving problems of this class is elaborated. Numerical examples of dynamic behavior of the shells are presented, and the results obtained are analyzed.
Keywordsshells of revolution Timoshenko-type theory of shells and rods numerical method nonstationary vibrations
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