Polymer Mechanics

, Volume 9, Issue 2, pp 250–256 | Cite as

Stability of axially compressed cylindrical composite shells in the presence of nonstationary heating

  • L. G. Belozerov
  • V. A. Kireev


The problem of smooth cylindrical composite shells uniformly compressed in the axial direction and subjected to nonstationary heating is solved in the linear quasi-static formulation. Expressions are obtained for the critical loads and their regions of application are determined. The calculations are compared with experimental data obtained by linearly heating the outer surface of axially compressed smooth cylindrical shells of glass-reinforced plastic based on phenol-formaldehyde resin.


Experimental Data Outer Surface Axial Direction Cylindrical Shell Critical Load 
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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1975

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  • L. G. Belozerov
  • V. A. Kireev

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