3 edition of Orthotropic cylindrical shells under dynamic loading. found in the catalog.
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 152 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||152|
This paper incorporates an analysis of the stability of orthotropic or isotropic cylindrical shells subjected to external pressure applied over all or part of their surfaces. An eighth-order governing equation for buckling of orthotropic, isotropic, and composite cylindrical shells is by: 1. This paper deals with the nonaxisymmetric dynamic behavior of fluid‐filled buried orthotropic cylindrical shells/pipes excited by plane longitudinal waves. A thick shell model including the effects of shear deformation and rotary inertia is taken. A perfect bond between the shell and the surrounding soil is assumed.
Presenting recent principles of thin plate and shell theories, this book emphasizes novel analytical and numerical methods for solving linear and nonlinear plate and shell dilemmas, new theories for the design and analysis of thin plate-shell structures, and real-world numerical solutions, mechanics, and plate and shell models for engineering appli5/5(4). of axisymmetric dynamic loading of multilayer orthotropic shells, taking into account geometrical and physical non-linearity, then to analyze the influence of various reinforcement schemes and types of non-linearity on the stress-strain state of thick-walled cylindrical shells subjected to axisymmetric impulsive action. 2. Material and methodsAuthor: Emmanuel E.T. Olodo, Olivier A. Passoli, Villevo Adanhounme, Svetlana L. Shambina.
In order to study the dynamic response of the cylindrical shell structure which is similar to the missile cabin under the combined effects of axial compressive load and radial aerodynamic load, the equilibrium equation of dynamic response of cylindrical shell is derived based on the Hamiltons principle. The displacement response of cylindrical shell is calculated through Author: Xue Feng Han, Yan Dong Wang, Tao Wang, Tong Chao Ding, Hong Guang Jia. Dynamic elasticity solution for a clamped, laminated cylindrical shell with two orthotropic layers bounded with a piezoelectric layer and subjected to impulse load .
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An orthotropic right cylindrical shell is analyzed when subjected to a discontinuous, finite length pressure load moving in the axial direction at constant velocity.
The analysis utilizes linear, small deflection shell theory which includes transverse shear deformations, and external radial damping. The problem is solved using Fourier by: 8. Mathematical model of deformation of orthotropic shell structures under dynamic loading with transverse shears Computers & Structures, Vol.
Improvement of the dynamic instability of shallow hybrid composite cylindrical shells under impulse loads using shape memory alloy wiresCited by: The dynamic instability of a cylindrical orthotropic shell with an elastic core subjected to a longitudinal periodic load is considered.
Equations are obtained for determining the regions of dynamic instability for different core : L. Koifman. Sofiyev et al. () studied the dynamic stability of orthotropic cylindrical shells with non-homogenous material properties under axial compressive load varying as a.
Solutions for an orthotropic cylindrical shell which is subjected to a longitudinal line load along a generator are presented for Flu¨gge and Donnell type orthotropic shell equations.
Experimental data of 2 orthotropic shells is presented Cited by: Hence, a mathematical model of the deformation of orthotropic shell structures under dynamic loading that accounts for geometric nonlinearity, transverse shears, and rotational inertia was derived.
The proposed model can be used for the analysis of the deformation process of shallow shells of double curvature, cylindrical, conical, spherical, and toroidal : Alexey Semenov.
This paper deals with the nonaxisymmetric dynamic behavior of fluid-filled buried orthotropic cylindrical shells/pipes subjected to a load moving along the axis of the shell.
Bazhenov, V. and Igonicheva, E. V., “Dynamic Buckling and Post-Critical Behaviour of a Thin Cylindrical Shell with Initial Imperfections under Axial Impact Loading”, Prikladnie Problemi Prochnosti i Plastichnosti, 6, pp.
98–(in Russian).Author: A. Bogdanovich, V. Tamuzs. The buckling of an orthotropic composite cylindrical shell with variable thickness, subjected to a dynamic loading, is reported here.
At first, the fundamental relations and Donnell type dynamic buckling equation of an orthotropic cylindrical shell with variable thickness have been obtained. Then, employing Galerkin's method, these equations Cited by: 1.
Landing impact of an aircraft is categorized as a dynamic loading condition where instability arises in very short time durat. ion. This paper. presents.
the results o. f a. numerical study on the behaviour of laminated composite circular cylindrical shells under dynamic axial impact loads.
Layup. sequences, [0°/. Following Flügge's exact derivation for the buckling of cylindrical shells, the equations of motion for transient dynamic loading of orthotropic circular cylindrical shells under external hydrostatic pressure have been formulated. The normal mode theory is used to provide transient dynamic response for the equations of by: Dynamic Buckling and Post-buckling of Imperfect Orthotropic Cylindrical Shells Under Mechanical and Thermal Loads, Based on the Three-Dimensional Theory of Elasticity 25 October | Journal of Applied Mechanics, Vol.
66, No. 2Cited by: Dynamic Buckling and Post-buckling of Imperfect Orthotropic Cylindrical Shells Under Mechanical and Thermal Loads, Based on the Three-Dimensional Theory of Elasticity J. Appl. Mech (June, ) Related Proceedings PapersCited by: However, buckling studies of composite cylinders and cylindrical shells are mainly based on two-dimensional shell theories.
It is only very recently that three-dimensional buckling analyses of composite cylinders subjected to certain mechanical loading have appeared in Cited by: 1.
The methods described in the present review paper for the computation of cylindrical shells of laminar composites under various types of dynamic loads make it possible to calculate the stress-strain state at any point of the body of the shell at an arbitrary time and to determine the time of the first failure of a layer (including fatigue failure) using strength Cited by: 3.
BUCKLING OF CIRCULAR CYLINDRICAL SHELLS WITH MULTIPLE ORTHOTROPIC LAYERS AND ECCENTRIC STIFFENERS. [Robert M. Jones] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A three-dimensional elasticity solution to the problem of buckling of orthotropic cylindrical shells under torsion is presented.
A mixed form of the Galerkin method with a series of Legendre polynomials in the thickness coordinate has been applied to Cited by: A theoretical load-end-shortening curve, representing unstiffened cylindrical shells under axial compression, can be seen in Figure For a perfect shell, the stress–strain relation is linear until bifurcation point B is reached, where buckling occurs and load.
A technique for stability analysis of cylindrical shells with a corrugated midsurface is proposed. The wave crests are directed along the generatrix. The relations of shell theory include terms of higher order of smallness than those in the Mushtari–Donnell–Vlasov theory.
The problem is solved using a variational equation. The Lamé parameter and curvature Cited by: 7. Dynamic instability and chaos of empty and fluid-filled circular cylindrical shells under periodic axial loads Journal of Sound and Vibration, Vol.
No. Dynamic Stability Problems of Anisotropic Cylindrical Shells via a Simplified AnalysisCited by:. This study considers torsional buckling of cross-ply laminated orthotropic composite cylindrical thin shells under loads, which is a power function of Cited by: Analysis of Simply-Supported Orthotropic Plates Subject to Static and Dynamic Loads.
A. L. Dobyns ; On the dynamic response of laminated circular cylindrical shells under impulse loads. Computers & Structures, Vol. 63, No. 1 Static and dynamic analysis of clamped orthotropic plates using Lagrangian multiplier by: Since there are no results available in the published literatures for making a comparison with the nonlinear free vibration behavior of orthotropic piezoelectric nano-shells with electro-elastic surface effect, the results are compared and validated for the orthotropic cylindrical shell under classical shell theory, as shown in Table properties of the orthotropic cylindrical shell Cited by: