Dániel Vető

Dániel Vető
Budapest University of Technology and Economics · Department of Mechanics, Materials and Structures

PhD

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1 Research Item
6 Citations
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September 2011 - present
Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Position
  • Assistant lecturer
September 2011 - present
Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Position
  • Assistant lecturer
September 2008 - June 2011
Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Position
  • PhD Student

Publications

Publications (5)
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This paper analyses the buckling shapes of spherical shells subjected to concentrated load. A theoretical investigation, based upon geometric considerations, shows a variety of possible buckling shapes, including polygonal ones. The results show that there exists a certain difference between the geometric behavior of shells characterized by differe...
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The buckling shape of a spherical shell is assumed to be rotationally symmetric by most of researchers. The deformed shape can be obtained by a section of the sphere with a plane and by the mirror-reflecion of the cut-away part of the sphere. The intersection line between the original sphere and the mirror-reflected part of the sphere, i.e. the buc...
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Architectural research, focusing on Hungarian architecture in the inter-war period so fan have mainly analysed buildings and architects regarding the international modern architecture and the path leading to development of modern Hungarian architecture. The present article undertakes complex research on an emblematic, but less discussed building of...
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The paper considers the buckling of complete spherical shells. The main purpose could be, as a basis for real design, to find the lower critical load. Three scientists developed the idea that the buckled shape of the shell is the isometrically transformed shape of the original shell surface. Applying this idea using rotationally symmetric buckled s...

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