Optimization of a cylindrical composite shell with a viscoelastic core in axial compression
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The problem of the optimal design of a composite shell in creep is formulated. The progressive buckling of a cross-wound reinforced cylindrical shell supported on a viscoelastic core is considered as a particular case. The reinforcement structure and shell thickness corresponding to minimum weight for a given load and service life are found.
KeywordsOptimal Design Service Life Cylindrical Shell Reinforcement Structure Axial Compression
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