On Stretching, Bending, Twisting and Flexure of Cylindrical Shells.
CALIFORNIA UNIV SAN DIEGO LA JOLLA DEPT OF APPLIED MECHANICS AND ENGINEERING SCIENCES
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The equilibrium differential equations of cylindrical shells, in conjunction with the complementary energy principle, are used for 1 a derivation of constitutive equations for coupled stretching, bending and twisting of thin-walled anisotropic straight beams, and 2 a derivation of influence coefficients for end-loaded cantilever beams, with applications to the problem of shear and twist center location. Author