Torsion of laminated cylindrical shells with adhesive interlayers
Based on refined equations of the Timoshenko-type shell theory, the contact stresses in torsion of a two-layer cylindrical shell with an adhesive interlayer are numerically studied. The effect of the geometric and physical-mechanical parameters of the load-carrying layers and adhesive interlayer of the shell on the distribution of the interlaminar tangential stress is analyzed. The results are presented graphically.
KeywordsCylindrical Shell Tangential Stress Contact Stress Shell Theory Refined Equation
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