Shells Of Other Shapes
In the preceding chapters, cylindrical shells, general shells of revolutions, conical shells and spherical shells have been treated, and some solutions were obtained. In this chapter the governing equations and geometric relations for some other shell shapes are provided, with no solutions, as an aid to solving problems, and giving insight as to how to approach these other problems.
KeywordsCylindrical Shell Spherical Shell Conical Shell Shell Shape Transverse Shear Deformation
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