Timoshenko


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Timoshenko

Semyon Konstantinovich . 1895--1970, Soviet general in World War II
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It was marked `Absolutely secret', one copy only, signed by Timoshenko and Zhukov.
A formula offered by Timoshenko will be used as the basis of the design calculations.
Sources: Mehring, Walter, Timoshenko, Marshal of the Red Army.
The proposed low-order model however considers axial, torsional and lateral deformations of the screw and nut by using a system of transformation matrices combined with a Timoshenko beam finite element model of the screw and nut.
made a simulation analysis on wheel-rail impact of track joints by using the Timoshenko beam model of continuous elastic foundation [5,6].
Timoshenko fue primera ministra del 24 de enero al 8 de septiembre de 2005 y nuevamente del 18 de diciembre de 2007 hasta el 3 de marzo de 2010.
Beginning with a discussion of fundamental equations of continuous deformable bodies, the work explores the Euler-Bernoulli and Timoshenko theories, Carrera Unified Formulation, CUF beam FE models, Shell capabilities of refined beam theories and multi-model beam theory and the Arlequin method, Chapters include numerous illustrations and technical drawings.
Most of these examples are taken from the classical text-book by Timoshenko [15].
We took into account the example of Ukraine in this where parliamentarians switched between Timoshenko and Yanukovich," he said.
In attempt to invent the method to eliminate the drawback of shear locking in shear-deformable plate and shell problems, it is instructive to study the K-FEM in the simpler context of the Timoshenko beam since this problem can be considered as a 1D degeneration from the Reissner-Mindlin plate.
The last is especially urgent in vibrodiagnostic of structures, designs, machines, equipment, industrial and civil buildings and so on (Gere & Timoshenko, 1997).
Analysts think that Ukraine is at "serious risk" of veering off track ahead of the country's next review in November as the government of Prime Minister Yulia Timoshenko "abandoned" commitments made at the second review of the country's program with the IMF, including a failure to increase prices for natural gas paid by households and utilities.