The state of stress and strain of multilayer cylinders and disks composed of high-elastic materials is examined on the basis of the relations of the nonlinear theory of elasticity [2, 3].
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Koifman, Y.I., Langleiben, A.S. Calculation of multilayer cylinders and disks composed of high-elastic polymer materials. Polymer Mechanics 3, 219–223 (1967). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00858867
- Polymer Material
- Nonlinear Theory
- Multilayer Cylinder