Axisymmetrical Deformation of Bimodulus Orthotropic Circular Cylindrical Shellby Norio Kamiya, Asst. Prof. of Mech. Engrg.; Mie Univ., Tsu, Japan,
Serial Information: Journal of the Engineering Mechanics Division, 1976, Vol. 102, Issue 1, Pg. 89-103
Document Type: Journal Paper
Certain composite materials or high-polymers are known to behave differently in tension and compression. Little attention has been paid to these materials except for certain materials, such as concrete. Since composites or high-polymers serve as structural elements, problems of plates or shells of such materials have practical importance. This paper presents an example of an axisymmetric deformation analysis of a simple shell problem involving a bimodulus orthotropic circular cylindrical shell subjected to a uniform internal pressure. Numerical results obtained by a successive approximation method show that the state of stress in the cylinder is affected significantly by different moduli in tension and compression, especially by those in the circumferential direction.
Subject Headings: Composite materials | Deformation (mechanics) | Orthotropic materials | Axisymmetry | Cylindrical shells | Approximation methods | Numerical methods | Compression | Ultimate strength | Concrete | Shell structures
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