By J.G. Teng
A result of inherent houses of skinny shelled steel constructions, buckling is the most reason behind failure and is as a result a subject matter of serious situation and curiosity. This ebook is the assimilation of a wealth of contemporary examine, event and data at the topic. formerly scattered details is made on hand in a concise, handy and easy-to-understand shape and cutting-edge learn findings are completely tested. This e-book is proper to these concerned with such buildings as: plane, missiles, submarines, silos, tanks, pipelines, chimneys and offshore structures.
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G. M. Rotter in his general review of shell buckling research. Bushnell (1982) described the computer analysis of shell buckling and examined many plastic buckling problems. Further important contributions to plastic buckling were made by Ore and Durban (1989, 1992), Galletly et al. (1990), Giezen et al. (1991) and Combescure (1991). More recent review articles include those of Rotter (1985a), Simitses (1986), Teng (1996a), Schmidt (2000) and Rotter (2002a,b), with the practical applications being discussed in the review articles by Blachut (1998), Öry et al.
1984; Wunderlich et al. 1985; Combescure et al. 1987; Teng and Rotter 1989a,b, 1991c; Teng and Luo 1997; Hibbit et al. 2001; Hong and Teng 2002) that can perform the task: most are based on the finite element method, but some use other numerical methods. Thus, the first difficulty, that of solving nonlinear equations, seems to have substantially disappeared, although the application of a reliable computer program to a nonlinear buckling analysis of a shell is a considerable undertaking itself. The recent study of Teng and Song (2001) illustrates well the kinds of pitfalls and challenges in such analyses.