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    Alber, Eileen Ann Cartwright
    This project consists of the structural analysis of a universal joint suspension system used to provide a frictionless, torqueless, disturbance free support for the spinning mass of a tuned rotor strapdown gyro. The analysis assumed 10 G accelerations . . .
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    Miller, Donald C.
    The purpose of this project is to analyze a critical structural portion of a ring laser gyro system. The item analyzed is the cathode, a thin shell of revolution. The deflections, stresses and buckling load are determined by Finite Element Analysis (F . . .
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    Pickett, Charles B.
    Members of space truss systems that are efficiently designed have an allowable load that is based on a primary failure mode such as long-column buckling. Local effects at the ends of the members should not be critical. A common truss member design is . . .
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    Otsuki, Harry T.
    This report presents the theory, modeling techniques and results of nonlinear analysis of cylindrical pressure vessel shell structure which contains eccentric weld joints. The finite element was selected for this study. The three dimensional eccentric . . .
  • Work
    Thesis
    Alber, Eileen Ann Cartwright
    This project consists of the structural analysis of a universal joint suspension system used to provide a frictionless, torqueless, disturbance free support for the spinning mass of a tuned rotor strapdown gyro. The analysis assumed 10 G accelerations . . .
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    Le, Lawrence H.
    Many displacement limited designs with weight only optimum problem can be formulated with indirect methods. The Lagrange multiplier technique will be developed analytically and systematically to optimize such problem. Two examples of truss systems ser . . .