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By Goerge Z. Voyiadjis, George Z. Voyiadjis, D. Karamanlidis

Plates and shells play a tremendous function in structural, mechanical, aerospace and production purposes. the idea of plates and shells have complicated long ago 20 years to deal with extra complex difficulties that have been formerly past succeed in. during this booklet, the latest advances during this region of study are documented. those contain subject matters akin to thick plate and shell analyses, finite rotations of shell buildings, anisotropic thick plates, dynamic research, and laminated composite panels.

The publication is split into elements. partly I, emphasis is put on the theoretical features of the research of plates and shells, whereas half II bargains with smooth purposes. various eminent researchers within the a variety of parts of plate and shell analyses have contributed to this paintings which will pay certain consciousness to features of study reminiscent of conception, dynamic research, and composite plates and shells.

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The boundary value problem as an operator equation. , v e C°(Q), if u e C2k(Q). Thus, formula (5) defines a differen­ tial operator s/ which to the function u e C2k(Q) assigns the function v = $4u from C°(S). The spaces CS(Q) are linear spaces for every s e N0 if the sum of two functions u, v and the c-multiple of a function u are defined in the usual way: (u + v) (x) = u(x) + v(x) , (cw) (x) = c u(x) for every xe Q. As mentioned already in the preceding section, we assume throughout that the domain Q belongs to the class # 0 , 1 .

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General form of an equation of the second order. , N = 2. Equation (2) then takes the form a / du du\ d ( du du\ where the coefficients a,{x, y; £0) £ 1; %2) (' = 0» 1> 2) are defined for (x, y) e Q, (£o> £i> £2) e K3- Ifthe derivatives indicated in (3) are worked out (see the footnote 36 on p. , that there do not exist any functions a09 au a2 such that equation (4) reduces to the Monge-Ampere equation. ,^)^7. [We obtain the Monge-Ampere equation by choosing F(x9 y; Z0> ••> Q = £ 3 ^ - UZs •] Equation (3) is thus a special case of a second order equation in two variables and, similarly, equation (2) is a special case of a second order equation in N variables (N ^ 1).

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