All-Union Conference on the Theory of Plates and Shells (Selected Articles).
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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Contents Bending of a thin rectangular cantilever plate by an arbitrarily distributed transverse load Large bends of a rectangular plate under the action of uniform normal pressure with uneven heating, hydrodynamic forces appearing at a dynamic loss of stability in cylindrical shells immersed in a fluid Solutions in special functions to problems of nonsymmetric deformation of mildly sloping spherical and conical shells One method of solving systems of nonlinear finite-difference equations describing the bending of plates Application of the melthod of series approximations to the study of large deflections of a circular plate and a very mildly sloping spherical segment Stability of cylindrical shells immersed in a fluid during short dynamic loads Dynamic stability of a circular cylindrical shell under the action of a wave impact load Toward a theory of plates of average thickness.
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