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Study on Bistable Behavior of Antisymmetric Laminated Cylindrical Shells with Different Ply Numbers
New Horizons in Mathematical Physics
The antisymmetrical laminated cylindrical shell is a multilayer composite structure composed of single-layer fiber reinforced composites bonded by fiber-opposing layer, and it is a kind of advanced composite structure with the characteristics of bistable which is not possessed by general shell structure. In this paper, based on the two-point loading method in the experimental study, taking T700/TDE-85 antisymmetrical laminated cylindrical shells as an example, the steady-state transition modeldoi:10.22606/nhmp.2018.23002 fatcat:6yfmlwo6cre75f2cza5akexoh4