2. Ultimate Stability Stresses in Smooth Cylindrical Skins. Dynamic Problem

2. Ultimate Stability Stresses in Smooth Cylindrical Skins. Dynamic Problem

Kaplya P. G.

Yangel Yuzhnoye State Design Office, Dnipro, Ukraine

Kosm. teh. Raket. vooruž. 2017 (1); 8-17
Language: Russian
This work deals with the problem of cylindrical shell stability within Donnel-Vlasov linear theory based on updated equilibrium equations and dynamic approach to their solution. The new theoretical results of critical stress determination that are well agreed with experimental data are presented here. The plot of critical stress as a function of dynamic behavior of specific shell is shown here. The wave generation parameters for the moment of equilibrium loss for each specific case are also presented in this work.


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