The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 36 (1958) > Issues > Issue 8 > Analysis of Continuous Cylindrical Shells by the Method of Successive Approximations
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Analysis of Continuous Cylindrical Shells by the Method of Successive Approximations

As the iteration procedures of analysis are becoming increasingly popular among practising engineers a method of successive approximations is presented for the analysis of reinforced concrete cylindrical shells of rotational symmetry continuous at their boundaries and of constant thickness. Gunhard Oravas

Author(s): Oravas, Gunhard

Keywords: analysis;thin shells;cylinders;approximate methods;reinforced concrete;diagrams