Abstract: The aonuniform cylindrical shells are widely used as structural configuration in engineeriag, In this paper, the general solution on nonlinear deformation of axial-symmetrical nonuniform and variable thickness cylindrical shells is obtained by step reduction method.The displasement and stress resultants of shells can be expressed is analytic form is arbitrary axial-symmetrical load and boundary conditions, Its convergence is proved, Finally, it is only necessary to solve one set of binary linear algebraic equation, A numerical example is given at the end of the paper which indicates satisfactory results of stress resultants, moments and displacement can be obtained by step reduction method.
Abstract: Browder obtained the sharpened forms of the Schauder fixed point theorem. Many authors generalized Browder's results in several aspects. Recently, H.M. Ko and K.K. Tan[2,3] generalized Browder's theorems to the coincidence theorems of set-valued mappings. In this paper, we also show some coincidence theorems of set-valued mappings. They improve and generalize the important results in [1,2,3].
Abstract: The nonlinear waves in a stratifiiedfiuid of slowly varying depth are inrestigated in this paper. The model considered here consists of a two-layer incompressible constant-density inviscid fiuid confined by a slightly uneren bottom and a horizontal rigid vrall. The Korteweg-de Vries (KdV) eguation with varving coeffieients is derived with the aid of the reductive perturbation method. By using the method of multiple scales, the upproximate solutions of this eguation are obtained. It is found that the uneve nness of bottom may lead to the generation of so-called quasi-periodic waves quasi-solitary waves, whose periods propugation velocities and wave profiles vary slowly. The relations of the period of guasi-periodic waves and of the amplitude, propagation velocity of quasi-solitary waves varying with the depth of fluid are also presented. The models with two horizontal rigid walls or single-layer fluid can be regarded as particular cases of those in this paper.
Abstract: This paper is taken up for the following difference equation problem (Pε):(L.y)k≡εy(k+1)+a(k,ε)y(k)+b(k,ε)y(k-1)=f(k,ε)(1≤k≤N-1)B1y≡-y(0)+c1y(1)=a,B2y≡-c2y(N-1)+y(N)=β where e is a small parameter, c1, c2,α,β constants and a(kε),b(kε),ƒ(kε)(1≤k≤N) functions of k and ε. Firstly, the case with constant coefficients is considered. Secondly, a general method based on extended transformation is given to handle (Pa) where the coefficients may be variable and uniform asymptotic expansions are obtained. Finally, a numerical example is provided to illustrate the proposed method.
Abstract: In this paper, based on the idea of El-Mistikawy and Werle we construct a difference scheme for a singularly perturbed self-adjoint ordinary differential equation in conservation form. We prove that it is a uniformly convergent second order scheme.
Abstract: Based on the hydrodynamic stability theory of distorted laminar flow and the kind of distortion profiles on the mean velocity in parallel shear flow given in paper , this paper investigates the linear stability behaviour of parallel shear flow, presents unstable results of plane Couette flow and pipe Poiseuille flow to two-dimensional or axisymmetric disturbances for the first time, and obtains neutral curves of these two motions under certain definition.
Abstract: In this paper, the stress deformation constitutive relations for continua are discussed and a stress deformation constitutive relation expressed by functional tensorial expression is found. When we study the anisotropic damage of anisotropic materials either from a macroscopic continuum mechanics model or from a micro-defect model, there exists a limit to the order of a damage tensor, and the condition under which the damage variable may be described by a tensor lower than those of the highest order is found.
Abstract: Employing Rayleigh's method, the collapse of a vaporous bubble in an incompressible liquid with surface tension is analysed. The expressions of time versus radius, bubble-wall velocity and pressure developed at collapse are thus introduced.Finally, the numerical solution of velocity and pressure field in the liquid surrounding the cavity is also given.
Abstract: In this paper classical linear elastic variational principles are systematically derivedfrom the reciprocal theorem and mixed variational principles of variations of boundaryconditions are given.
Abstract: This paper proposed several new types of finite-difference methods for the shallow water equation in absolute coordinate system and put forward an effective two-step predictor-corrector method, a compact and iterative algorithm for five diagonal matrix. Then the iterative method was used for a multi-grid procedure for shallow water equation. At last, an initial-boundary value problem was considered, and the numerical results show that the linear sinusoidal wave would successively evolve into conoidal wave.
Abstract: The present paper investigates several problems for unsymmetrically lateral instability of rectangular plates by the energy method. In the text we discuss the minimum critical load of rectangular plates which possess the unsymmetrical supporters and to which the lateral buckling occurs unsymmetrically under a concentrated force, uniformly distributed load and the concentrated couples respectively.