Loss of Rigidity of Thin Anisotropic Plates and Sloping Casings in the Plastic Region

  • F. I. Ruzanov


The fundamental equations of rigidity in small, elastic-plastic, anisotropic (orthotropic) plates and casings were derived under the assumption that active deformation occurs at all points. The anisotropic media theory used was a theory of the flow type.


Equivalent Stress Anisotropic Medium Orthotropic Material Plastic Region Active Deformation 
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