Shell structure introduction
The shell structure usually refers to a layered structure, and its force is characterized by external forces acting on the surface of the structure, such as helmets and shells of motorcycle riders. Commonly used in various industrial design fields. The shell structure is a space curved structure composed of a space curved plate or an edge member. The thickness of the casing is much smaller than other dimensions of the casing. Therefore, the casing structure has good space transmission performance, and can form a bearing structure with high bearing capacity and rigidity with a small component thickness, and can cover or maintain a large span. Space does not require space pillars, and can play the dual role of bearing structure and retaining structure, thereby saving structural materials.