Experimental-theoretical studies of the stability of orthotropic shells with a filler in axial compression
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1. An analysis has been made of the solution to the problem of the stability of multilayer cylindrical shells having a filler and simple calculation formulas have been obtained for determining the critical forces.
2. The stability of fiberglass-plastic shells with rubber-like fillers has been studied experimentally.
3. Comparative experimental-theoretical studies of critical forces have been made, and the stability coefficients have been ascertained for the shell class under consideration.
KeywordsCylindrical Shell Simple Calculation Axial Compression Calculation Formula Critical Force
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