Dynamic Stability of Composite-Material Circular Cylindrical Shells with Orthogonal Stiffeners
The governing equations are formulated for general (axisymmetric or unsymmetric) vibrations of thin circular cylindrical shells of composite material and reinforced with axial (stringer) and/or circumferential (ring) stiffeners. The loading is direct axial compression fluctuating about a mean value. Attention is paid to the dynamic stability of such shells. The shells are modeled by use of three different shell theories (Donnell, Morley, and Sanders) and the stiffeners are modeled as being either discrete or smeared.
C. W. Bert et al., "Dynamic Stability of Composite-Material Circular Cylindrical Shells with Orthogonal Stiffeners," Proceedings of Engineering Mechanics, American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Jan 1992.
Proceedings of Engineering Mechanics (1992, College Station, TX, USA)
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Article - Conference proceedings
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01 Jan 1992