26 March 2021
Buckling of thin cynlidrical shells with a creased surface
This poster describes the project investigating the buckling behaviour of thin cylindrical shells when compressed axially.
Author: Alejandro Gomez Gomez
Poster: Alejandro Gomez Gomez
Supervisor: Dr Martin Walker
University: University of Oxford
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