Analytic description and explicit parametrization of the equilibrium shapes of elastic rings and tubes under uniform hydrostatic pressure

@article{Djondjorov2010AnalyticDA,
  title={Analytic description and explicit parametrization of the equilibrium shapes of elastic rings and tubes under uniform hydrostatic pressure},
  author={Peter A. Djondjorov and Vassil M. Vassilev and Iva{\"i}lo M. Mladenov},
  journal={arXiv: Mathematical Physics},
  year={2010}
}

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