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By Iosif I. Vorovich

This publication offers rigorous therapy of boundary worth difficulties in nonlinear thought of shallow shells. the respect of the issues is performed utilizing equipment of nonlinear useful analysis.

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20), while the last term cannot be estimated at all at this stage. Further simplification of i3 is possible by appealing to additional hypotheses; this will be done in Section 3. 13) we use the assumption |ωi |m ∼ 1. 13) can be found in [5, 148, 234, 235, 236, 237, 238, 256, 257, 258, 260, 267, 278, 279]. Naturally, in such cases both the theoretical and the numerical analysis of the problems are much harder. 3. The Kirchhoff–Love Hypotheses. Their Mathematical and Mechanical Content. 1. Below we shall use the Kirchhoff–Love hypotheses in the following form: Assumption 4.

Here the i can be disconnected sets, but they must always consist of a finite number of components. For the first decomposition of , we distinguish four types of boundary conditions on w and its normal derivative. 1) w4 . 3) 6. 4) to the energy of deformation. 4) kf44 (s) ≥ 0 is a piecewise-continuous elastic coefficient for the support, and w4 is the angle of rotation. 6) 3 to the energy of deformation. Here kf33 is a piecewise-continuous nonnegative function of s. 7) ds 4 ij to the energy of deformation.

3. The Kirchhoff–Love Hypotheses. Their Mathematical and Mechanical Content. 1. Below we shall use the Kirchhoff–Love hypotheses in the following form: Assumption 4. 1) that is, ui (α 1 , α 2 , α 3 ) wi (α 1 , α 2 ) + α 3 vi (α 1 , α 2 ); i 1, 2; u3 w(α 1 , α 2 ). 2) 20 I. The Main Boundary Value Problems Assumption 4 means that the deformation in the interior of the shell is completely determined by the deformation of the middle surface. Furthermore, the distribution of displacements over the thickness of the shell (coordinate α 3 ) is linear.

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