By Jeffrey M. Lemm
The target of quantity III is to put down the correct mathematical foundations of the two-dimensional conception of shells. To this finish, it presents, with none recourse to any a priori assumptions of a geometric or mechanical nature, a mathematical justification of two-dimensional nonlinear and linear shell theories, by way of asymptotic equipment, with the thickness because the "small" parameter.
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