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The method of I. N. Vekua for nonshallow cylindrical shells. (English. Russian original) Zbl 1180.35514
J. Math. Sci., New York 157, No. 1, 43-51 (2009); translation from Sovrem. Mat. Prilozh. 51 (2008).
Summary: The refined theory of shells is constructed by reducing three-dimensional problems of the theory of elasticity to two-dimensional problems. I. Vekua obtained the equations of shallow shells. This means that the interior geometry of the shell does not vary in thickness. This method for nonshallow shells in the case of geometrical and physical nonlinear theory was generalized by T. Meunargia.
35Q74 PDEs in connection with mechanics of deformable solids
74K25 Shells
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