Geometrically nonlinear static and dynamic analysis of arbitrarily loaded shells of revolution
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Computer program on axisymmetric response of shells with other meridional geometries and response of shells subjected to asymmetric loads is described. Description of theory, method of solution, instructions for preparing input data, and two sample problems to illustrate data preparation and output format are included.
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