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Journal of Tashkent Institute of Railway Engineers

Abstract

The article considers the solution of the problem of long-term strength and damage of a conical pipe and a hollow cylinder bonded to a thin-walled shell under the action of internal pressure, taking into account the influence of visco-elastic properties of the material on the stress-strain state

First Page

82

Last Page

89

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