Dynamic response of layered conical shell panel using integral equation technique

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In this paper, the application of integral equation technique to dynamic response problem has been illustrated by considering the layered conical shell panel. The method consists of using the integral equation technique in the space domain and direct integration using the Wilson-theta method in the time domain. Since results are not available for layered conical shell panels, the values obtained for the particular case of isotropic cylindrical panel have been compared with the results obtained using a different procedure, viz series solution combined with mode superposition. © 1989.

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Srinivasan, R. S., & Krishnan, P. A. (1989). Dynamic response of layered conical shell panel using integral equation technique. Computers and Structures, 31(6), 897–905. https://doi.org/10.1016/0045-7949(89)90275-7

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