Accounting for axis curvature in calculating the strength of a circular cylindrical shell
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The mutual effect of strains of the contour of the cross section and bending of the axis of a shell is manifest in ovalization of the cross section and an increase in stresses in the structure. Ovalization of the cross section must be taken into account for long structural shells with the dimensions\(\bar l > 0.6\) and σ10max/E(R/δ)≥0.6.
KeywordsCylindrical Shell Structural Shell Mutual Effect Circular Cylindrical Shell Axis Curvature
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