D M Regen

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Equations for calculating wall tensions in an ellipsoidal chamber might be useful in analyses of elongated chambers whose transverse sections are not round, and they should be useful for examining the tension distribution associated with such shapes. Considering the forces changing a prolate spheroid (semiaxes a > b = c) into a general ellipsoid (semiaxes a(More)
There are occasions in physiological research and medical practice where it is desirable to estimate the average fiberstress in a chamber wall, knowing only the pressure and dimensions. Because the contribution of a strained wall element to pressure depends on its location whereas its contribution to average stress is independent of location, an equation of(More)
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