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Journal of Tashkent Institute of Railway Engineers

Abstract

The article deals, on the basis of the Hamilton-Ostrogradsky variational principle, a system of differential equations of motion of axisymmetric shell structures with the corresponding boundary and initial conditions is derived. The boundary problem for cylindrical and spherical shell structures is formulated

First Page

38

Last Page

46

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