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Static, vibration, and buckling analyses and applications to one-sheet hyperboloidal shells of revolution

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SN Krivoshapko

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia, 6, Miklukho-Maklaya Str, Moscow, 117198, Russia; nkrivoshapko@mail.ru

Appl. Mech. Rev 55(3), 241-270 (Jun 10, 2002) (30 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1470479 History: Online June 10, 2002
Copyright © 2002 by ASME
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A one-sheet hyperbolic surface of revolution
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The continuing building of a complex of cooling towers with a height of 150 m (Rovno nuclear power plant, the Ukraine)
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The cooling towers of Novo-Angrensk State power plant (Uzbekistan)
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Concreting of a support ring of a cooling tower with the help of a concrete-distributing complex (the Rovno nuclear power plant, the Ukraine)
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Geometrical surface of a high chimney with intersecting (a ) and nonintersecting (b ) reinforcing wires
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General view of Volgograd Museum-panorama “Stalingrad battle (1942–1943)” (Volgograd, Russia)
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The planetarium in Saint Louis (USA)
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Covered market in Sault (France)
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The central poured-in-place reinforced concrete tower of the church in the form of one-sheet hyperbolic surface of revolution (Algiers, Algeria)
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Graphic picture of one shell element of the shell roof of the factory building in Hungary
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Cooling tower Doel III with a height of 167.5 m (Belgium)
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Cooling tower Mississippi I with a height of 158.9 m (USA)
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General dimensions of the cooling towers Doel III, Mississippi I, and Isar II
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General view of the cooling towers at Ferrybridge after gale force wind
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A counterflow metal-sheeting cooling tower with a rigid space steel lattice framework
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Cable cooling towers with a central pylon: I-a cooling tower with diagonal and circular cables; II-a cooling tower with meridional and diagonal cables; III-a cooling tower with prestressed cables
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The types of reinforced concrete cooling towers united in one common group: a ) by pairs; b ) by the threes; c ) by the fours; d ) in the form of halo
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A counterflow cooling tower with a reinforced concrete tower shell
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The erection of a reinforced concrete shell of a cooling tower with the application of slip forms
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Self-lifting scaffold of traveling forms
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A method of concreting with the application of the slip forms
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The application of the slip forms in the time of erection of the Nono-Angrensk State power plant (Uzbekistan)
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Assembling of supporting round-section columns of the inclined colonnade for Zaporozhskaya nuclear power plant, the Ukraine
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Supporting colonnade containing elements of a rectangular cross-section for the Novo-Angrensk State power plant (Uzbekistan)
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A jig for the assembly of poles of the inclined colonnade
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Free-edge buckling of a hyperbolic model subjected to wind pressure 79
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The stages of making a concrete model of a cooling tower: a ) wooden falsework of a model; b ) vertical and circular steel reinforcing wire and dividing strips; c ) partially concreted shell
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The lowest buckling modes for unstiffened and triple ring-stiffened cooling tower shell

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