Buckling of hybrid bodies of revolution
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By “hybrid bodies of revolution” is meant configurations such as shown in Figs. 41 and 42 of Ref. , in which some parts of an axisymmetric structure are modeled with use of thin-shell theory and other parts with use of isoparametric solid elements of revolution. Bushnell  has written a computer program called BOSOR6 for the stress, buckling, and vibration analysis of these configurations. Such a computer program is useful for the analysis of axisymmetric structures with local axisymmetric stress concentrations or the analysis of foam-supported shells.
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