The thin-walled structures of interest in this chapter are generally enclosed regions, as typified by an aircraft fuselage. They are modeled as combinations of folded plates and cylindrical shell segments as shown in Figure 8.1. Other examples of structures which fall into this category include plates with stringers, corrugations, channels, ducts, troughs, open and closed thin-walled tubes with one or more cells.
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- Thin-Walled Structures
James F. Doyle
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