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A Theory of Latticed Plates and Shells (Series on Advances by G I Pshenichnov

By G I Pshenichnov

The ebook provides the speculation of latticed shells as continuous platforms and describes its purposes. It analyses the issues of statics, balance and dynamics. mostly, a classical rod deformation concept is utilized. besides the fact that, in a few circumstances, extra unique theories which fairly give some thought to geometrical and actual nonlinearity are hired. a brand new potent technique for fixing basic boundary worth difficulties and its program for numerical and analytical ideas of mathematical physics and reticulated shell conception difficulties is defined. a brand new approach to fixing the shell theory's nonlinear difficulties, considerably simplifying the prevailing algorithms is given. Questions of optimal layout are mentioned. a number of the findings are generalized and prolonged to edged and composite structures. the result of the strategies of a variety of urgent difficulties are offered.

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