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Stability of circular cylindrical shells under transient axial impulsive loading
David Gary Zimcik
|Contributions||Toronto, Ont. University.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 29,  leaves :|
|Number of Pages||100|
Nagai K, Yamaguchi T, and Murata T (), Chaotic oscillations of a cylindrical shell-panel with concentrated mass under gravity and cyclic load, Proc of the 3rd Int Symp on Vibration of Continuous Systems, July 23–27, Grand Teton National Park, WY, 49–Cited by: Shen, H. and Chen, T., “ Buckling and postbuckling behaviour of cylindrical shells under combined external pressure and axial compression,” Thin-walled Structures, 12, pp. – (). 4. Greiner, R. and Guggenberger, W., “ Buckling behavior of axially loaded steel cylinders on local supports—with and without internal pressure Cited by: 2. An infinitely long, circular, cylindrical shell is submerged in an acoustic medium and subjected to a plane, axially propagating step wave. The fluid-shell interaction is approximated by neglecting fluid motions in the axial direction, thereby assuming that cylindrical waves radiate away from the shell independently of the axial by: Buckling of cylindrical shells under axial compression and transverse shear 95 varying from 01 to 2mm. Initial geometric imperfections of speciﬁed magnitude and shape were introduced intentionally in to the models. The magnitude of imperfections ranged from 05–78 t. Experimental buckling loads obtained ranged from 085 to 05 times.
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Elasto-plastic stability of circular cylindrical shells subjected to axial load, varying as a power function of time Structural Engineering and Mechanics, Vol. 24, No. 5 Twin-characteristic-parameters analysis for elastic dynamic buckling of thin cylindrical shells under axial step loadingCited by: The object of this book is to clarify the whole aspect of the basic problems concerning the elastic stability of of circular cylindrical shells under typical loading conditions.
The book deals with buckling, postbuckling and initial postbuckling problems under one of the three fundamental loads, that is, torsion, pressure and Edition: 1. Nonlinear dynamic stability of cylindrical shells under pulsating axial loading via Finite Element analysis using numerical time integration Thin-Walled Structures, Vol.
Localized Parametric Vibrations of Laminated Cylindrical Shell Under Non-uniform Axial Load Periodically Varying with TimeCited by: The stability of cylindrical shells under axisymmetric transverse pressure. Soviet Applied Mechanics, Vol. 6, No. 1 Stability of circular cylindrical shells under transient axial impulsive loading.
Imperfection Sensitivity of Circular Cylindrical Shells of Varying Length Subjected to Axial Cited by: D. Zimcik, R. Tennyson, "Stability of Circular Cylindrical Shells Under Transient Axial Impulsive Loading," AIAA J., Vol(6) M. Booton and R. Tennyson, "Design Criteria for Elastic Buckling of Circular Cylinders Under CombinedFile Size: KB.
The buckling behavior of a cylindrical shell, in particular shells under axial compression, is a central topic in the theory of elastic stability.
These shells, like other slender structures, display unstable post-buckling behavior and are sensitive to the presence of small imperfections. Elasto-plastic stability of circular cylindrical shells subjected to axial load, varying as a power function of time elasto-plastic stability;cylindrical shell;time dependent compressive axial load;critical parameters; Stability of a cylindrical shell subject to a uniform axial compression, which is a power function of time, is examined within the framework of small strain elasto-plasticity.
Close Drawer Menu Close Drawer Menu Menu. Home; Journals. AIAA Journal; Journal of Aerospace Information Systems; Journal of Air Transportation; Journal of Aircraft; Journal of Cited by: Stability of circular cylindrical steel shells under combined loading Thin-Walled Structures, Vol.
40, No. 10 Postbuckling analysis of stiffened laminated cylindrical shells under combined external liquid pressure and axial compression. Studies on the stability of cylindrical shells made of FGMs under an axial compressive load, which is a power function of time, have not been seen in the literature.
In this paper, a study on the stability of cylindrical shells composed of functionally gradient material subjected to axial compressive load varying as a power function of time is by: on realistic scale ring and stringer stiffened circular cylindrical shells liable to general instability under axial compression.
From the onset the goal was to attain the highest quality test vehicles and to achieve the best possible circumferential distribution of axial load. Realistic scale vehicles of good quality are expensive to pro. Steady state and transient stability boundaries are presented and special attention is devoted to the determination of the critical load conditions.
From this theoretical analysis, dynamic buckling criteria can be property established which may constitute a consistent and rational basis for design of these shell structures under harmonic loading. Free and forced vibration of multilayer composite circular cylindrical shells under transverse impulse load as well as combined static axial loads and internal pressure was investigated based on first order shear deformation theory.
The boundary condition was considered to be simply by: In this study, the stability problem of a circular orthotropic cylindrical shell under the effect of an axial compression varying with a power function of time is considered.
In the present work dynamic stability investigations of isotropic and composite cylindrical shells under pulsating axial loading, in earlier work mainly investigated via semi-analytical procedures, have been carried out employing Finite Element analysis using numerical time : Fabio Rizzetto, Eelco Jansen, Matteo Strozzi, Francesco Pellicano.
localized families of bending waves in a thin medium-length cylindrical shell under pressure Journal of Sound and Vibration, Vol. No. 4 Transient Response of Ring-Stiffened Thin Cylindrical Shell with Symmetric Mass Loading. The paper deals with geometric imperfections, which are defined as the deviation of the mid-surface of the shell.
A parametric model of the axially symmetrical shell was created which was loaded with axial compressive load. The task was to determine the decrease in critical force causing loss of stability.
The finite element method was used in order to find : Tomáš Kula, Jozef Bocko, Róbert Huňady, Cosmin-Stefan Roszkos, Marek Schnitzer. Ng et al.  studied the dynamic stability of functionally graded cylindrical shells under periodic axial loading, by using Bolotin's first approximation.
A critical review on free, forced. elastic stability of orthotropic conical and cylindrical shells subjected to axisymmetric loading conditions. joseph c. serpicoCited by: Clamed-free boundary conditions composite circular cylindrical shell made by various fiber orientations under axial compressive load have not been studied by anyone in the literature yet.
In this study, free and forced vibrations of multilayer composite cylindrical shells under transverse as well as axial loads are investigated based on first-order shear deformation theory using modal analysis. where a composite cylindrical shell, which is subjected to an axial impact load, loses its stability once its lateral transient behavior becomes unbounded in response to the applied impulsive load.
Under this type of loading, a structure may survive suddenly applied loads, the amplitudes of. Gonçalves et al. () studied steady state and transient instability of circular shells under periodic axial loads using the Donnell's nonlinear shallow shell theory and a low dimensional.
The dynamic stability of an imperfect fiber reinforced composite cylindrical shells under axial or/and torsional impulsive load in the form of a step function is investigated.
Shaw et al. investigated the dynamic stability of an imperfect fiber reinforced composite cylindrical shell under torsional impulsive load in the form of a step function. They used Donnell-von Kármán type nonlinear equations, and their attention is concentrated to compare two kinds of criteria to determine the critical dynamic loads.
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The dynamic stability of an imperfect fiber reinforced composite cylindrical shells under axial or/and torsional impulsive load in the form of a step Cited by: Jafari et al.
 studied the transient response of composite circular cylindrical shells Wave Motion 48 () under transverse impulse and axial compressive loads by using the modal.
Transient Stability of Empty and Fluid-Filled Cylindrical Shells In the present work a qualitatively accurate low dimensional model is used to study the non-linear dynamic behavior of shallow cylindrical shells under axial loading.
The dynamic version of the Donnell non-linear shallow shell equations are discretized by the Galerkin method. Seide, “The stability under axial compression and lateral pressure of a circular cylindrical shell with an elastic core,” EMSTL (TR), Space. Sunakawa, M., and Kibe, S.
A critical value and behavior of cylindrical shells under axial step 9th Canadian Congress of Applied. Mechanics, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Maypp. –20 Google ScholarCited by: 2. The stability of compositionally graded ceramic-metal cylindrical shells under aperiodic axial impulsive loading Article in Composite Structures 69(2) July with 25 Reads.
The procedure employed in this paper for the calculation of orthotropic cylindrical shells subjected to axial impact loads takes account of the combined occurrence of the following processes —the propagation along the shell of perturbations caused by loads applied on the ends, axisymmetric bulging in the vicinities of the ends arising due to a nonlinear edge effect, and nonaxisymmetric Cited by: 3.
Dynamic buckling of the laminated cylindrical shells subjected to the same load was also carried out by Simitses. Using the same solution method, Zimcik and Tennyson investigated nonlinear dynamic buckling of cylindrical shells under axial impulsive load based on the Donnell–Mushtari equations.
The critical loads were obtained according to the notion of a Southwell plot and comparisons derived Cited by: Transient dynamic response of composite circular cylindrical shells under radial impulse load and axial compressive loads Article in Thin-Walled Structures 43(11) November with.
Arc shell and triangular impulsive loading of thin walled composite circular cylindrical shells under axia l in any dynamic analyses of cylindrical shells with axial. The cylindrical shell under uniform compressive axial load is considered and the buckling load is obtained and given by closed form solution.
Thermal buckling of cylindrical shell made of FGM for the uniform temperature rise, linear radial temperature, and the nonlinear radial temperature are presented and the effect of piezo-control is examined.
Simitses GJ. Dynamic stability of suddenly loaded Structures, Springer-Verlag, Huyan X and Simitses GJ. Dynamic buckling of imperfect cylindrical shells under axial compression and bending moment. AIAA Journal, Vol. 35, No. 8, ppAbstract. In this study, an analytic solution is provided for the stability and vibration behavior of truncated conical shells composed of Si 3 N 4 and SUS under the axial compressive load.
The material properties of the FG conical shells are assumed to vary continuously through the thickness of the shell according to quadratic and inverse quadratic distribution of the volume fraction of Author: Abdullah H.
Sofiyev, Ali Deniz. Butina ; the authors propose a method for calculating dynamic stability of a cylindrical shell under axial compressive dynamic load; 9) in the article by A.A.
Mochalin  on the basis of the. An analysis is presented of the interaction between longitudinal and transverse motions of a circular cylindrical shell under impact on the end surface. At infinite and finite velocities of perturbation propagation along the generatrix this analysis reveals the instability modes in the shell which build up fastest and are similar to those revealed if the buckling process at a finite velocity Cited by: 2.
When a circular cylindrical shell (plane strain) is subjected to a uniform radial impulse, the resulting circular mode may be unstable. In such a case flexural motion is excited, resulting in rather large displacements and by: Sofiyev, A.H.
() The Stability of Compositionally Graded Ceramic—Metal Cylindrical Shells under a Periodic Axial Impulsive Loading, Composite Structures, — Google Scholar | ISI Reddy, J.N. and Chin, C.D. () Thermomechanical Analysis of Functionally Graded Cylinders and Plates, Journal of Thermal Stresses, Cited by: Steel cylindrical tanks are the most susceptible to damage due to dynamic buckling during earthquakes.
The production of cylindrical shell without imperfections is very difficult or sometime even impossible. The most previous research to study the geometrical imperfection in the shell of steel tanks using various methods did not deal with the fluid–structure interaction (FSI) and the dynamic Author: A.
Chikhi, M. Djermane.