Design of Liquid Retaining Shells
Liquid retaining shell structures are made of steel, concrete, reinforced plastics, and other reinforced materials; they may have circular shape or other geometrical forms; they could be located underground, over of the ground, and / or on elevated towers. Circular containers could be roofed by cones or domes; they could also have cones or flat plates as their base. In the present chapter, emphasis will be mainly placed on the design aspects of reinforced concrete circular containers.
KeywordsCylindrical Shell Shell Structure Circular Cylindrical Shell Influence Coefficient Shell Wall
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