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A State Space Solution Approach for Problems of Cylindrical Tubes and Circular Plates

  • W.-D. Tseng (a1) and J.-Q. Tarn (a2)

Abstract

We present a general solution approach for analysis of transversely isotropic cylindrical tubes and circular plates. On the basis of Hamiltonian state space formalism in a systematic way, rigorous solutions of the twisting problems are determined by means of separation of variables and symplectic eigenfunction expansion.

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