On the applicability of two-dimensional applied theories to problems of the stability of axially loaded cylindrical shells made of materials with low shear stiffness
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The applicability of two-dimensional applied theories of the Kirchhoff-Love, Timoshenko, and Ambartsumyan types to problems of the stability of shells with low shear stiffness  is discussed. The critical loads given by these theories are compared with those recently obtained [6–8] by solving the problem of the stability of a cylindrical shell on the basis of general solutions [3, 4] of the three-dimensional linearized equations of the theory of elasticity .
KeywordsLinearize Equation General Solution Cylindrical Shell Critical Load Shear Stiffness
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