Plastic response of conical shells with stiffeners to blast loading
The inelastic response of circular conical shells to the blast loading is studied. The impact loading is applied at the initial time moment and it is removed at a certain instant of time. The load intensity depends of the coordinate of the shell. The material of the shell is a perfect plastic one obeying the Johansen yield condition and the associated flow law. It is assumed that the frustum of the cone is furnished with ring stiffeners made of the same material. A theoretical method for the evaluation of the stress strain state of the shell and for determination of maximal residual deflections is developed.