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Arthur W. Leissa

Published in 1993; Originally Published in 1973

Contents

Preface to the Original edition 4.1 Equations of Motion

4.2 Elliptical Cylindrical

Chapters 4.3 Oval Cylindrical

4.4 Open Shells

References for Chapter 4

1 Fundamental Equations of Thin Shell Theory

1.1 Brief Outline of the Theory of Surfaces

1.2 Shell Coordinates and the Fundamental Shell 5 Conical Shells

Element 5.1 Equations of Motion

1.3 Love's First Approximation 5.2 Complete Cone

1.4 Strain-Displacement Equation 5.3 Frustum of a Cone

1.5 Force and Moment Resultants 5.4 Open Conical Shells

1.6 Equations of Motion 5.5 Anisotropy

1.7 Synthesis of Equations 5.6 Large Displacements

1.8 Boundary Conditions 5.7 Initial Stress

1.9 Shallow Shell Theory 5.8 Other Effects

References for Chapter 1 References for Chapter 5

2.1 Equations of Motion 6.1 Spherical Shells

2.2 Shells of Infinite Length 6.2 Ellipsoidal (or Spheroidal) Shells

2.3 Closed Shells--Shear Diaphragms at Both Ends 6.3 Paraboloidal Shells

2.4 Other Simple Edge Conditions 6.4 Toroidal Shells

2.5 Elastic Supports 6.5 Other Shells of Revolution

2.6 Added Mass 6.6 Others

2.7 Noncircular Boundaries and Cutouts

2.8 Open Circular Cylindrical Shells Appendix: Solution of the Three Dimensional

References for Chapter 2 Equations of Motion for Cylinders

Shells A.1 Equations of Motion

3.1 Anisotropy A.2 End Conditions

3.2 Variable Thickness A.3 Displacement Potential Functions

3.3 Large (Nonlinear) Displacements A.4 Solution of the Equations of Motion

3.4 Initial Stress A.5 Expressions for Stresses

3.5 Other Complicating Effects in Circular A.6 Frequency Equation

Cylindrical Shells References for Appendix

References for Chapter 3

Author Index

Subject Index

The Acoustical Society of America is reprinting this book, along with my previously published one,

"Vibration of Plates," as a service to the technical community with no commercial expectations. I am very

pleased that they are doing this, for both books have been in great demand, and have been out of print

for a long time.

I wrote the two books because I felt that there was a great need for them. At least I needed them, and

therefore thought that many others did, too. In this respect my expectations have been exceeded. During

the intervening two decades since they appeared, I have received scores of letters and phone calls from

people, often asking questions, who are grateful for their existence. Science Citation Index shows that

both books are cited many times every year in the published literature. Thus, I feel that my time was well

spent in writing them.

"Vibration of Plates" refers to approximately 500 research publications, whereas "Vibration of Shells"

includes approximately 1000. This is not surprising, because the scale of knowledge for shells is at least

one order of magnitude greater than for plates. Most obviously, whereas a plate is one special case of a

shell (zero curvature), there are innumerable other shells having their distinct curvatures (e.g., circular

cylindrical, noncircular cylindrical, conical, spherical, ellipsoidal, paraboloidal, toroidal, hyperbolic

paraboloidal). Moreover, the "complicating effects" such as anisotropy, initial stresses, variable

thickness, surrounding media (e.g., water, air), large (nonlinear) deflections, shear deformation and

rotary inertia, and nonhomogeneity (including laminated composites) which may be present in plates are

all equally possible for shells. But, the number of possible types of "simple" boundary conditions (i.e., not

including elastic supports) is also far greater for a shell than for a plate. Whereas any of 4 sets of

boundary conditions exist mathematically for a typical edge of a plate (although one is physically

impossible), 16 sets exist for a shell boundary.

Not only are there more problems to be studied for shells than for plates, but the need for their study is

greater. Shells are the most efficient structures available to mankind, and they should be used more in

design than they are. They are certainly more difficult to design and fabricate than plates. Fabrication

difficulties are being decreased as, for example, with laminated composite materials where curved

surfaces are equally easy to lay up as are flat surfaces. Design is held back by the complexity of shell

analysis and the need for more complete information in design handbooks or in summarizing

monographs such as this one.

In spite of this great need, much less has been published about shell vibrations than about plate

vibrations during the past two decades. Whereas the plate vibration literature has at least quadrupled (to

more than 2000 references), the rate of publication in shell vibrations has probably decreased. Although I

cannot document this statement with numbers, I believe that the numbers of shell vibration papers during

each of the past two decades are less than that for the preceding decade (1963-1973). This is

unfortunate. Whereas many analysts capable of dealing with these complicated problems have moved

on to other challenging problems in the field of mechanics, not many have taken their places.

A great deal of shell analysis, including vibration analysis, is currently being done with finite element

computer programs. Such computational capability is marvelous when the analyst formulating the

computer program understands shell theory and applications, and the user (e.g., designer) understands

how shells can behave. Otherwise very poor results may be obtained. I often see such poor results in the

published literature; the authors, who are supposedly knowledgeable researchers, are not even aware

that they are poor because they have not bothered to check their analytical procedure against accurate

results which are available in certain special cases.

Readers interested in further general perspectives on shell vibrations are invited to peruse the paper

"The Relative Complexities of Plate and Shell Vibrations" which I wrote for The Shock and Vibration

Bulletin (Bulletin 50, Part 3, pp. 1-9, Sept. 1980).

As could be expected, some errors did appear in this work. A total of seven errors were found that have

been corrected in this reprinted edition. Corrections are on pages 32, 35, 81, 125, 132, 309, and 321.

I want to thank Dr. Mauro Pierucci of San Diego State University who, as Chairman of the Book

Committee of the Acoustical Society of America, initiated this reprinting effort and followed it through to

its fruition.

Arthur W. Leissa

The Ohio State University

May 10, 1993

This monograph is the second in a series dedicated to the organization and summarization of knowledge

existing in the field of continuum vibrations. The first monograph, entitled Vibration of Plates, was

published in 1969, also by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

The objectives of the present work are the same as those of the previous one, namely, to provide

(1) A comprehensive presentation of available results for free vibration frequencies and mode shapes

which can be used by the design or development engineer.

(2) A summary of known results for the researcher, facilitating comparison of future theoretical and

experimental results, and delineating by implication those problems which need further study.

The scope of the present monograph is also the same as that of the previous one in that

(2) Structures were not included in this study, although some attention has been given to the accuracy of

representing a stiffened shell as an orthotropic shell for purposes of vibration analysis.

The key to a comprehensive monograph such as this is organization. Careful organization not only

makes the completed work more understandable and useful to the reader, but also facilitates the writing.

Although much of the organization can be seen from the Contents, I will attempt to explain it further

below.

Shells have all the characteristics of plates along with an additional one--curvature. This we have

cylindrical (noncircular, as well as circular), conical, spherical, ellipsoidal, paraboloidal, toroidal, and

hyperbolic paraboliodal shells as practical examples of various curvatures. The plate, on the other hand,

is the special limiting case of a shell having no curvature. So called "curved plates" found in the literature

are, in reality, shells. Thus, the primary classifier of the field of shell vibrations is chosen to be curvature.

For a given curvature (say circular cylindrical, for example) the available literature is dived as to whether

complicating effects such as anisotropy, initial stresses, variable thickness, large deflections,

nonhomogeneity, shear deformation and rotary inertia, and the effects of surrounding media are present

or not. The next subdivision of organization is boundary shape. Thus, a circular cylindrical shell can be

open or closed, have boundaries which are parallel to the principal coordinates or not, and have cutouts

or not. Once the boundary shape is determined, attention is given to the possible types of fixity that can

exist along each edge (i.e., the boundary conditions).. Finally, attention is given to such special

considerations as point supports or added point masses. Thus, for each type of curvature, the

organization of the previous monograph Vibration of Plates is followed.

In addition to having the added complexity of curvature, shells are more complicated than plates because

their bending cannot, in general, be separated from their stretching. Thus, a "classical" bending theory of

shells is governing by an eighth order system of governing partial differential equations of motion, while a

corresponding plate bending theory is only of the fourth order. This added complexity enters into the

problem not only by means of more complex equations of motion, but through the boundary conditions

as well. The classical bending theory of plates requires only two conditions to be specified along an

edge, while a corresponding shell theory requires four specified conditions.

To demonstrate the significance of the latter point, consider a flat panel (i.e., a plate) which is simply

supported along two of its opposite edges. The number of possible problems which can then arise,

considering all combinations of "simple" boundary conditions which can exist on the remaining two

edges, is 10. For a cylindrically curved panel (i.e. , a shell) the corresponding number is 136!

To complicate matters further, whereas all academicians will agree on the form of the classical, fourth

order equations of motion for a plate, such agreement does not exist in shell theory. Numerous different

shell theories have been derived and are used. Thus, if analytical results for frequencies and mode

shapes of a given shell configuration are presented, strictly speaking, the shell theory used in the

calculations must be specified. For the sake of separating and defining clearly the various shell theories

commonly found in the shell vibration literature, chapter 1 is devoted to their derivation, with special

emphasis being given to the identification of points in the derivation where the different assumptions are

made which give rise to the different theories.

Statements are found in the literature which imply the equivalence of all eighth order shell theories. The

accuracy of such statements is examined carefully in chapter 2 on a problem for which exact solutions

exist--the closed circular cylindrical shell supported at both ends by shear diaphragms. Extensive

comparisons of results from the various shell theories are made with those from the exact, three

dimensional elasticity theory.

In addition to the differences in the theories, simplifications are often made in the resulting equations of

motion or the characteristic (frequency) equations. These simplifications include, among others:

neglecting certain (hopefully) small terms in the equations of motion, neglect of the tangential inertia

terms, linearization of the characteristic equations, and assuming that the wave length in one direction is

considerably longer than in the other. Comparisons of the effects of these simplifications are also made

in chapter 2.

Comparing plate and shell vibrations, it is found that shell frequencies are more closely spaced and less

easily identified, both analytically and experimentally. Furthermore, the fundamental (lowest frequency)

made for a shell is generally not all obvious, whereas for a plate it usually is.

There are more parameters required to define the shell vibration problem. For example, consider a

rectangular plate simply supported on all its edges. The complete frequency spectrum is determined by

varying one parameter--the length-to width ratio. For the cylindrically curved panel having the same edge

conditions, however, three additional parameters can be independently varied--the thickness-to-radius

ratio, the length-to radius-ratio, and Poisson's ratio.

The present monograph contains approximately 1000 references. Of these, more than half deal with

circular cylindrical shells. Therefore, two chapters were devoted to this voluminous topic. Chapter 2 deals

with the results of classical theory while complicating effects are studied in chapter 3. By contrast, very

little work has been done with noncircular cylindrical shells, and these results are summarized in chapter

4. Chapter 5 is devoted to circular conical shells.

Because of the complexity of the field of shell vibrations are described above, and because of my own

limitations in time and organizational capability, the following sacrifices had to be made in the present

monograph:

(1) There are undoubtedly more relevant references which have been unknowingly omitted from this

work than in the previous one. This is mainly due to the comparative recentness of the shell vibrations

literature.

(2) Chapter 6 is only a bibliography for the vibrations of spherical and other shells.

(3) Numerous forms of nondimensional frequency parameters as given in the literature are used directly

without conversion to a common parameter.

The support of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration is gratefully acknowledged,

particularly that of Mr. Douglas Michel, who sees the value of devoting time and effort to making

available research results useful to mankind, as well as to the creation of new knowledge. I wish to thank

Messrs. S.G. Sampath, Adel Kadi, and Ting-hwa Wang, three of my doctoral students, for their devotion

to this work. Without their help in supervising the procurement of the relevant literature, in providing

analytical help (particularly in chapters 1 and 2), and in editing the manuscript, this monograph would not

have been possible--indeed, I would not have undertaken it. I also wish to thank Drs. Robert Fulton,

Francis Niedenfuhr, Herbert Reismann, and Carl Popelar for their technical advice. Finally, the enormous

editorial assistance of Mr. Chester Ball, and Mrs. Ada Simon is gratefully acknowledged.

Arthur W. Leissa

The Ohio State University

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