## Approximate bending stresses in a surface of revolution with variable thickness and symmetrical loading |

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### Contents

CHAPTER III PREVIOUS ATTEMPTS TO SIMPLIFY THE LOVE | 19 |

l3 Asymptotic Solution of the LoveMeissner Eqs dl | 27 |

CHAPTER VI SUMMARY | 41 |

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accuracy apex arc length asymptotic solution bending stress solution boundary conditions chapter computed constant thickness Cornell University defined by Eq derived determined displacement edge zone equa equations of section error in bending exponentially varying thickness external load finite differences gives Hetenyi hoop hoop stresses hypergeometric series Kelvin functions Love-Meissner shell equations lower edge McLachlan l7 Meissner equations Meissner's condition membrane force meridian tangent middle surface modified Bessel functions neglected terms ness normal forces opening angle pertinent point Poisson's ratio radius of curvature real and imaginary result rotation second kind second-order differential equation section 13 self-weight shearing force shell edge shell element shell of constant shell of varying snell solution for bending spherical shell Spotts 27 Spotts approximation statically indeterminate Substituting Kq surface of revolution Table tabulated functions terms of tabulated theory thesis tions Tsuboi and Akino unit width acting unknown variable thickness variation in thickness vertical axis