Thermal stresses in infinite circular cylinder subjected to rotation
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The present investigation is concerned with the effect of rotation on an infinite circular cylinder subjected to certain boundary conditions. An analytical procedure for evaluation of thermal stresses, displacements, and temperature in rotating cylinder subjected to thermal load along the radius is presented. The dynamic thermal stresses in an infinite elastic cylinder of radius a due to a constant temperature applied to a variable portion of the curved surface while the rest of surface is maintained at zero temperature are discussed. Such situation can arise due to melting of insulating material deposited on the surface cylinder. A solution and numerical results are obtained for the stress components, displacement components, and temperature. The results obtained from the present semi-analytical method are in good agreement with those obtained by using the previously developed methods.
Key wordswave propagation thermoelasticity isotropic material rotating cylinder Lamé potential thermal stress
Chinese Library ClassificationO343.6
2010 Mathematics Subject Classification74F05
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