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    S. Lekhnitskii, "Anisotropic Plates"
    1984 | pages: 546 | ISBN: 0677206704 | DJVU | 25,1 mb

    To the Western world, Lekhnitskii is often considered the first author who systematically introduced anisotropy into the study of solid mechanics. The English translation of the first edition of his Anisotropic Plates was not published as a regular book. The present translation is based on the second edition and contains a considerable amount of new material, including many important diagrams and tables. Aside from the general interest in the basic formulation of anisotropic elasticity and plates problems, the present book is of special relevance to the emerging technology of composite materials. The researchers and engineers interested in composite materials are advised to get acquainted with what Lekhnitskii wrote during the last 25 years, most of which is still highly pertinent. The translators wish to thank Professor Albert B. Schultz, University of Illinois, Chicago, Illinois, for his advice on technical matters, and Mrs. H. A. (Dee) Wheatley for her work on the manuscript.[​IMG]
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