Stresses in adhesive joints in cylindrical shells and panels
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The stresses in adhesive joints in cylindrical shells and panels are determined for the general case of loading. The effects of joint length and the parameters of the adhesive, the shells, and the panels on the magnitude of these stresses are investigated.
KeywordsCylindrical Shell Adhesive Joint Joint Length
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