Generally speaking, shells are spatially curved surface structures which support external applied loads. Shells are found in a variety of natural structures such as eggs, plants, leaves, skeletal bones, and geological forms. Shell structures have also been built by man since the most ancient times. Many shell domes built of masonry and stone in ancient times, are still in existence in some parts of the world.
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