LONGITUDINAL SHOCK ALONG A CYLINDRICAL SHELL,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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A discussion is given of a circular orthotropic cylindrical shell with length l and radius r. The main elasticity tendencies of the material of the shell coincide with curvature lines of the shell, which were selected in role of coordinate lines. One of the shell tips x O is clamped down, and the second one x l - free. The free end of the shell is subjected to impact in longitudinal direction by a rigid mass. It is assumed, that striking impact load is uniformly distributed over the free end of the shell, and also, that after the impact the striking body is moving all the time with the shell.