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Analysis of shell-type structures subjected to time-dependent mechanical and thermal loading
George J. Simitses
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Other titles||Analysis of shell type structures ....|
|Statement||by G. J. Simitses.|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- 181409., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-181409.|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
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Analysis of shell-type structures subjected to time-dependent mechanical and thermal loading. (OCoLC) Online version: Simitses, George J., Analysis of shell-type structures subjected to time-dependent mechanical and thermal loading. (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document.
Get this from a library. Analysis of shell-type structures subjected to time-dependent mechanical and thermal loading: a semi-annual status report. [George J Simitses; R Riff; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. ANALYSIS OF SHELL-TYPE STRUCTURES SUBJECTED TO p/ TIME-DEPENDENT MECHANICAL AND THERMAL LOADING 9% A SEMI-ANNUAL STATUS REPORT SUBMITTED TO NASA-LEWIS RESEARCH CENTER CLEVELAND, OHIO G.J.
Simitses R.L. Carlson R. Riff Schoo Georg of Aerospace Engineering a Institute of Technology At1 anta, Georgia ma themat solution The. At present it is used for the analysis of the dy- namic structural response of missiles and re- entry space vehicles, and as well for the analy- sis of nuclear reactor vessels and internal structures subjected to asymmetric time depen- dent thermal and mechanical loadings.
DYNAMIC RESPONSE OF SHELL TYPE STRUCTURES by: Simitses GJ () Analysis of shell-type structures subjected to time-dependent mechanical and thermal loading.
NASA-CR, NAS Google Scholar : S. Narendar, R. Gopikrishna, T. Srinivasa Kumar, M. Varadanam. A technical report entitled Formulation of the nonlinear analysis of shell-like structures, subjected to Analysis of shell-type structures subjected to time-dependent mechanical and.
Thermal Buckling of the Concrete Rectangular Thin Plate. Analysis of shell-type structures subjected to time-dependent mechanical and thermal loading. Abstract. The objective of this chapter is to give an overview of experimental and theoretical approaches to analyze the behavior of materials and structures subjected to mechanical loading and “high-temperature” environment.
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A method to predict the dynamic behaviour of anisotropic truncated conical shells conveying fluid is presented in this paper. It is a combination of finite element method and classical shell theory. Wu Zhen and Chen Wanji, An efficient higher-order theory and finite element for laminated plates subjected to thermal loading, Composite Structures, 73, 1, (99), ().
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Erasmo Carrera (Polytechnic of Turin, Italy) Most of known theories for the analysis of beam- plate- and shell-type structures have been originated by intuitions of eminent Scientists such as Leonardo Da Vinci, Euler, Bernoulli, De Saint Venant, Poisson, Cauchy, Kirchhoff, Love, Reissner, Mindlin, Vlasov, etc.
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The primary goal of Advanced Mechanics of Composite Materials is the combined presentation of advanced mechanics, manufacturing technology, and analysis of composite materials. This approach lets the engineer take into account the essential mechanical properties of the material itself and special features of practical implementation, including.Full text of "DTIC ADA The Third Internationai Conference on Progress in Durability Analysis of Composite Systems" See other formats.AN ANALYSIS OF OCEAN THERMAL ENERGY CONVERSION SYSTEMS Wi 1 Ham Joseph Kel ler took 10 AN ANALYSIS OF OCEAN THERMAL ENERGY CONVERSION SYSTEMS by WILLIAM JOSEPH KELLER, JR.
The platform in this environment will be subjected to loading from three sources: its own dead weight, loads imposed upon the structure due to the nature of its.