CONCERNING THE STRENGTH AND STABILITY OF CYLINDRICAL BIMETALLIC SHELLS
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The strength and stability of an axially symmetric, cylindrical, bimetallic shell is investigated. The shell is assumed to be thin and elastic. It is considered that the hypothesis of in compressibility of the layers and of the non-de formability of the normal element retain this force also for the bimetallic shell. Separately investigated was a shell of an infinite and finite length, and the so-called condition of reduction when applicable to the shell. Examples of calculation of shells down to the determinants of displacements and stresses, are given. In a particular case, the results for a homogeneous shell are obtained. Axisymmetric stability of the shell is investigated by linear arrangement.