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Schalen

  • Eike Lehmann
  • Leshan Zhang
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Zusammenfassung

Eine allgemeine, geschlossene Theorie für Schalen wäre zu unhandlich. Es ist viel vernünftiger, für spezielle Formen, wie sphärische oder zylindrische Schalen, auch spezielle Theorien zu entwickeln. Im folgenden wird dies für typische, technische Anwendungsfälle beschrieben. Es stehen von den Autoren untersuchte Anwendungsfälle im Vordergrund.

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  • Eike Lehmann
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  • Leshan Zhang
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  1. 1.Germanischer Lloyd AGHamburgDeutschland

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