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Design and Analysis of Shell Structures : Solid Mechanics and Its Applications - M. Farshad

Design and Analysis of Shell Structures

Solid Mechanics and Its Applications

Hardcover Published: 30th September 1992
ISBN: 9780792319504
Number Of Pages: 424

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Shell structures are widely used in the fields of civil, mechanical, architectural, aeronautical, and marine engineering. Shell technology has been enhanced by the development of new materials and prefabrication schemes. Despite the mechanical advantages and aesthetic value offered by shell structures, many engineers and architects are relatively unacquinted with shell behaviour and design.
This book familiarizes the engineering and architectural student, as well as the practicing engineer and architect, with the behaviour and design aspects of shell structures. Three aspects are presented: the Physical behaviour, the structural analysis, and the design of shells in a simple, integrated, and yet concise fashion. Thus, the book contains three major aspects of shell engineering: (1) physical understanding of shell behaviour; (2) use of applied shell theories; and (3) development of design methodologies together with shell design examples.
The theoretical tools required for rational analysis of shells are kept at a modest level to give a sound grasp of the fundamentals of shell behaviour and, at the same time, an understanding of the related theory, allowing it to be applied to actual design problems. To achieve a physical understanding of complex shell behaviour, quantitative presentations are supplemented by qualitative discussions so that the reader can grasp the `physical feeling' of shell behaviour. A number of analysis and detailed design examples are also worked out in various chapters, making the book a useful reference manual.
This book can be used as a textbook and/or a reference book in undergraduate as well as graduate university courses in the fields of civil, mechanical, architectural, aeronautical, and materials engineering. It can also be used as a reference and design-analysis manual for the practicing engineers and architects. The text is supplemented by a number of appendices containing tables of shell analysis and design charts and tables.

Introduction to Shellsp. 1
Uses of Shell Structuresp. 2
Geometry of Shellsp. 3
Classification of Shell Surfacesp. 4
Summary of Classification of Shell Surfacesp. 8
Outline of General Structural Features of Shellsp. 8
Preliminaries of Shell Analysis and Designp. 11
Thin Shellsp. 12
Internal Force System in a Shellp. 12
Qualitative Description of Shell Behaviorp. 15
An Overview of Shell Theoriesp. 19
Assumptions of Classical Shell Theoriesp. 19
Force Method of Shell Analysisp. 20
General Shell Design Considerationsp. 21
Stability Considerations in Shell Designp. 22
Codes of Practicep. 23
Membrane Behavior of Cylindrical Shellsp. 25
Geometrical Descriptionp. 26
Membrane Equations of Cylindrical Shellsp. 26
Cylindrical Vaultsp. 28
Containment Vesselsp. 30
Membrane Deformation of Cylindrical Shellsp. 31
Displacements of Cylindrical Vaultsp. 33
Qualitative Description of Cylindrical Shells Behaviorp. 34
Bending Analysis of Circular Cylindrical Shellsp. 43
General Governing Equationsp. 44
Displacement Equations of Circular Cylindrical Shellsp. 50
Circular Cylinders with Axisymmetric Loadingp. 51
Some Axisymmetric Problems of Circular Cylindersp. 53
Design of Concrete Cylindrical Shell Roofsp. 63
Geometric Design of Cylindrical Shell Roofsp. 64
Reinforcement of Concrete Cylindrical Roofsp. 68
"Beam-Arch" Method of Vaulted Roof Analysisp. 72
Analysis of Cylindrical Vaults by ASCE Tablesp. 87
Design Examples of Reinforced Concrete Cylindrical Shell Roofsp. 89
Membrane Analysis of Shells of Revolutionp. 103
Geometrical Descriptionp. 104
Governing Membrane Equationsp. 106
Rotational Shells with Axisymmetric Loadingp. 108
Spherical Domesp. 111
Fluid Storage Tanksp. 115
Shells of Revolution with Nonsymmetric Loadingp. 121
Wind-Induced Stresses in Domesp. 122
Displacements of Axisymmetric Shellsp. 125
Membrane Deformation of Spherical Domesp. 128
Qualitative Description of Dome Behaviorp. 130
Conical Shellsp. 133
Bending Analysis of Axisymmetric Shellsp. 141
Governing Equations of Axisymmetric Shellsp. 142
Reduction of Shell Equationsp. 149
Edge Effects in Axisymmetric Shellsp. 153
Analysis of Axisymmetric Shells for Edge Effectsp. 155
Influence Coefficients for Axisymmetric Shellsp. 158
Force Method of Axisymmetric Shells Analysisp. 160
Sample Analysis of a Domep. 160
Design of Reinforced Concrete Domesp. 169
Domes with Ringsp. 170
Force Method of "Dome-Ring" Analysisp. 171
Buckling Considerations in Concrete Domes Designp. 184
Design Guides for Dome Geometryp. 184
Design of a Reinforced Concrete "Dome-Ring" Roofp. 186
Analysis of Shells with Arbitrary Geometryp. 195
Membrane Theory of General Shellsp. 197
Bending Theory of Shallow Shellsp. 205
Design of Hyperbolic Paraboloid Shellsp. 215
Geometrical Descriptionp. 217
Membrane Analysis of HP Shellsp. 222
Description of Membrane Behavior of HP Shellsp. 227
Bending Filed in Hyperbolic Paraboloid Shellsp. 232
General Design Considerations of HP Shellsp. 234
Design of a Reinforced Concrete HP Shell Roofp. 239
Analysis and Design of Folded Platesp. 249
General Features of Folded Platesp. 250
General Design Considerations of Prismatic Folded Platesp. 254
Methodology of Analysis of Folded Platesp. 256
Basic Steps in the Folded Plates Analysisp. 259
Analysis of a RC Folded Plate Roofp. 265
Design of Liquid Retaining Shellsp. 291
Classifications of Liquid Containersp. 292
General Design Considerationsp. 292
Loading Conditionsp. 297
Axisymmetric Behavior of Circular Containersp. 299
Force Method of Container Shells Analysisp. 304
An Example of Cylindrical Container Analysisp. 319
Design of a Reinforced Concrete Containerp. 326
Some Considerations on Reinforcements Detailp. 329
Cylindrical Walls with Domical Roofsp. 331
Design of a Cylindrical "Wall-Dome" Containerp. 333
Buckling of Shellsp. 343
Concepts of Stability and Instabilityp. 344
Types of Loss of Stabilityp. 345
An Overview of Shell Bucklingp. 349
Methodology of Linear Stability Analysis of Shellsp. 352
Buckling of Circular Cylindrical Shellsp. 353
Buckling of Circular Cylinders under Axial Forcep. 360
Buckling of Concrete Cylindrical Roofsp. 367
Buckling Formulas for the Shells of Revolutionp. 368
Buckling of Domesp. 368
Buckling of Hyperbolic Paraboloid Shellsp. 370
Appendixesp. 375
Appendix A - Formulas for the Membrane Field in Shells
Appendix B - Tables For Analysis of Circular Cylindrical Shell Roofs
Subject Index
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ISBN: 9780792319504
ISBN-10: 0792319508
Series: Solid Mechanics and Its Applications
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 424
Published: 30th September 1992
Publisher: Springer
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 0.79