International Applied Mechanics
International Applied Mechanics provides up-to-date coverage of studies on solid mechanics, general mechanics, and the mechanics of structural members (shells and plates), with reference to the stress–strain state, stability, dynamics, and wave propagation. Areas of special interest include the mechanics of composites, the mechanics of residual stresses, the mechanics of structures interacting with fluids and gases, and more. Articles are also concerned with stability of motion, nonlinear dynamics, and rigid-body mechanics. Coverage addresses practical problems commonly encountered by mechanical engineers working in the aerospace, shipbuilding, turbomachinery, and construction industries.
International Applied Mechanics is a translation of the peer-reviewed journal Prikladnaya Mekhanika. The Russian-language edition is published by the S. P. Timoshenko Institute of Mechanics of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
Analyzing Processes of Nonisothermal Loading of Shells of Revolution with Allowance for Repeated Plastic Strains
Analyzing the Mechanisms of Loss of Orbital Stability in Mathematical Models of Three-Dimensional Systems
N. V. Nikitina (November 2017)
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