Problems for Helically Wound Cylinders
This portion of the book deals with boundary value problems involving the deformation of hollow cylinders which are continuously reinforced throughout by two families of helically wound fibres. This type of cross-ply reinforcement can be realised fairly easily in practice by winding on a drum consecutively in opposing directions, and is sometimes termed balanced angle-ply. It has practical applications in the construction of pressure vessels, pipes, shafts and axles.
KeywordsBoundary Traction Fibre Load Singular Stress Axial Extension Stress Solution
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