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Evaluation of assumptions in the theory of triple-layer shells with filler

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Institute of Mechanics, Academy of Sciences of the Ukrainian SSR, Kiev. Translated from Prikladnaya Mekhanika, Vol. 20, No. 5, pp. 19–25, May, 1984.

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Grigorenko, Y.M., Vasilenko, A.T. & Pankratova, N.D. Evaluation of assumptions in the theory of triple-layer shells with filler. Soviet Applied Mechanics 20, 407–412 (1984).

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