Experimental study of the influence of loading conditions on the stability of rotating cylindrical shells
The effect of the loading conditions on the stability of rotating cylindrical shells is examined experimentally. It is established that the critical loads of axially compressed rotating shells substantially decrease with increasing speed of rotation
Keywordscylindrical shell added mass filling fluid axial compression rotation critical loads
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