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By W. T. Koiter (auth.), Professor Bernard Budiansky (eds.)

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This quantity comprises the written texts of the papers provided at a Symposium on Buckling of constructions held at Harvard college in June 1974. This symposium, one of many on a number of issues backed each year through the overseas Union of Theoretical and utilized Me­ chanics (IUTAM), used to be geared up through a systematic Committee which include B. Budiansky (Chairman), A. H. Chilver, W. T. Koiter, and A. S. Vol'­ mir. Participation was once by means of invitation of the clinical Committee, and particular academics have been invited to talk within the components of experimental learn, buckling and post-buckling calculations, post-buckling mode interplay, plasticity and creep results, dynamic buckling, stochastic difficulties, and layout. a complete of 29 lectures have been brought, together with a common commencing lecture through Professor Koiter, and there have been ninety three reg­ istered members from sixteen diversified international locations. monetary aid for the symposium used to be supplied through IUTAM, within the type of partial trip aid for a couple of contributors, and likewise by means of the nationwide technological know-how starting place, the nationwide Aeronautics and area management, and the Air strength workplace of medical Re­ seek, for added trip help and administrative bills. assembly amenities and companies have been successfully supplied by way of the technology heart of Harvard collage, and administrative aid was once gen­ erously supplied by means of the department of Engineering and utilized Physics of Harvard collage. The medical chairman loved the important advice of his colleagues Professors J. W. Hutchinson and J. L.

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J. Mech. and Applied Math. V. XXV, Part I (1972). 11. Morris, A. : A Deficiency in Current Finite Elements for Thin Shell Applications. Int. J. Solids Struct. 9, 331-346 (1973). 12. Morris, A. : A Summary of Appropriate Governing Equations and Functionals in the Finite Element Analysis of Thin Shells. Conf. in Finite Element Thin Shell Analysis. New York: J. Wiley (in Press). 13. Cowper, G. ; Lindberg, G. ; Olson, M. : Comparison of Two HighPrecision Triangular Finite Elements for Arbitrary Deep Shells.

1. Triangular shell element. (1) 44 R. H. Gallagher where (2) and similarly for v and w. I N I contains the standard shape functions of a complete cubic corresponding to these degrees-of-freedom. Equation (1) does not permit continuity of the angular displacement across element boundaries and leads to very poor results even for flat plate flexure. To resolve this, Harvey and Kelsey [2] introduce the notion of a constraint condition to "restore" continuity. { = o. (3) Differentiation of the displacement field [Eq.

1. Triangular shell element. (1) 44 R. H. Gallagher where (2) and similarly for v and w. I N I contains the standard shape functions of a complete cubic corresponding to these degrees-of-freedom. Equation (1) does not permit continuity of the angular displacement across element boundaries and leads to very poor results even for flat plate flexure. To resolve this, Harvey and Kelsey [2] introduce the notion of a constraint condition to "restore" continuity. { = o. (3) Differentiation of the displacement field [Eq.

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