Stress concentration around a circular hole in a transversely isotropic spherical shell
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Analytical expressions for the stresses near a circular hole in a transversely isotropic shallow spherical shell under uniform pressure are derived. The form of the solution depends on the range of change in the compliance to transverse shear. The influence of the relative radius of the hole and the compliance to transverse shear on the stress concentration is analyzed.
Keywordstransverse shear transversely isotropic shallow spherical shell stress concentration
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