Stability of cylindrical shells subjected to combined axial compression and internal pressure under creep conditions
The critical strain of a cylindrical shell subjected to combined axial compression and internal pressure is computed under creep conditions. A method is proposed to determine values of the initial deflections by means of elastic shell test data for a creep analysis of shells. Data of an experimental investigation of the creep stability of shells are presented, which are compared with the results of the computation.
KeywordsMathematical Modeling Mechanical Engineer Test Data Experimental Investigation Industrial Mathematic
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