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Recent developments of simple user friendly microcomputer programs for thin-walled structures applications

Rhodes, J. (2004) Recent developments of simple user friendly microcomputer programs for thin-walled structures applications. In: International Workshop on Recent Advances and Future Trends in Thin-Walled Structures Technology. Canopus Publishing Limited, p. 256.

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Abstract

hin-walled structures are wide ranging and diverse. They include aircraft and aerospace structures, ship, car, and rail structures, bridge, building and offshore structures as well as pressure vessels and storage structures to name some. Thin-walled structures are manufactured from many different materials and by numerous manufacturing processes. This paper looks at recent developments of simple user friendly microcomputer programs for thin-walled structures applications.