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    Analysis of multilayer shell

    Ah! Ok. Here is the concern. When a sheet metal is rolled around the hollow cylinder, and welded along a line, currently I don't know how the interaction occurs around the whole surface. It's highly nonlinear for sure, but I would like to make some analogy to get more into analytical side...
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    Analysis of multilayer shell

    Haha, there will be multiple layers (4-5 etc.), so there could be both same and different material layers in contact :) If I understood what you'd written correctly, will I not be able to analyze layers of same material in contact as different layers? That is what I would like to know in essence.
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    Analysis of multilayer shell

    First of all, thank you for your response. The purpose of this study is to observe the vibration characteristics of the shell structure with different layer thickness/material. And there shouldn't be any relative movement between the two layers. At least, that is not my intention. The layers...
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    Analysis of multilayer shell

    Hello, I have an issue regarding the analysis of multilayer shell with same material. The multilayer structure to be analyzed consists of a hollow cylinder with some thickness and sheet metal is to be rolled around it. A simple cross-section demonstration: _______________________...
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    Parsing HTML and Searching Text

    <html> <head> <title>asd </title> </head> <body> <div class ="abc"> xxx</div> <div class ="yyy"> foo</div> <div class ="zzz"> zoo</div> </body> </html> for example, this is the html file. I'm searching the xxx, but I don't know if it is in a div or span, or a. In this example, it is in the div...
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    Parsing HTML and Searching Text

    I need to parse HTML and search for some text. For example, a text containing XXX (just random input) needs to be searched in HTML. I need to parse HTML, search this XXX and get its CSS attributes. However, this XXX text can be in any HTML tags. Java/JavaScript/PHP are all available for...
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    Inertia - Why?

    I was reading "Reinventing Gravity - A Physicist Goes Beyond Einstein" by Mr. John Moffat, btw it's a really good book for understanding introductary level of classical and theoretical physics, anyway a passage there caught my eye. I'm not finished with book yet but the author expressed/chose...
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