Vibratory Response of a Cylindrical Shell with Fixed Ends Subjected to a Unit Step Change of Pressure 851984

The solution to the problem of establishing the value of the maximum stress in a uniform cylinder with fixed ends, subjected to a unit step change in pressure is presented. It is shown that the ratio of the maximum transient stress to the steady-state stress is a monotonically decreasing function of the damping ratio of the shell. The stress ratio approaches a value of 2 as the damping ratio and the parameter ψ, defined as


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