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Galishin, A.Z., Ishchenko, D.A., Merzlyakov, V.A. et al. Applicability of the Kirchoff-Love hypotheses to analysis of the thermoelastoplastic state of cylindrical shells. Soviet Applied Mechanics 27, 167–171 (1991). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00887806
- Cylindrical Shell
- Thermoelastoplastic State