On the Nonlinear Analysis of Shells
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The nonlinear analysis of shells is today clearly a very large field, in which much research and development has taken place, so that at present many nonlinear analyses can be performed with confidence in engineering practice, see for example (Bathe, 1999, 2001a; Ibrahimbegović & Krätzig, 2002).
Our objective in this chapter is to merely outline the process of nonlinear shell analysis, and to thus indicate that all the theory regarding the fundamentals of shell analysis presented in the previous chapters is directly applicable to the nonlinear analysis of shells as well.
KeywordsNonlinear Analysis Nite Element Shell Analysis Shell Problem Basic Shell Model
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