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It should also be emphasized that, as we will demonstrate in Chap. 30) is an exact formula. It was obtained here using a procedure as singular as it is interesting, given that it is based on different kinds of approximation whose effects in fact compensate for each other. 6 Thin-Walled Circular Cylinders and Membrane Theory of Shells The stress state in a thin-walled circular cylinder under internal pressure pi and stressed in the linear elastic field can be determined from the relations obtained with the membrane theory of shells of revolution (Timoshenko and WoinowskyKrieger 1959, Flügge 1960).
2 Instability of a Thin-Walled Ring 27 centroid when the cross-sectional height, which here is the same as thickness s, is small by comparison with the radius of curvature. Consequently, we have: Dd# ¼ Mr0 d# Mdl ¼ ; EI EI ð2:9Þ where M is the bending moment, E the Young’s modulus of the material, and I = h s3/12 is the moment of inertia of the effective cross-sectional area, of surface A = sh (Fig. 1). However, since in this case ðl=r1 À 1=r0 Þ ¼ Dd#=dl; we have: 1 1 M À ¼À r1 r0 EI ð2:10Þ where the minus sign is due to the fact that the bending moment is assumed to be positive when it causes a reduction in the annular beam’s initial curvature.
10, the assumption that stresses are uniformly distributed through the wall thickness, in itself a rough approximation, becomes even rougher the larger the thickness is by comparison with the diameter, or in other words, the larger d becomes. We will return to this point in Sect. 5. 10. 2 Stress State in Thin-Walled Circular Cylinders Under Internal and External Pressure We will now consider a thin-walled circular cylinder (circular cylindrical shell) indefinitely extended in the direction of its axis of symmetry (the z axis) and subjected in the linear elastic field to both internal pressure pi and external pressure pe; here and below, all pressures are to be interpreted as relative to atmospheric pressure.