Determination of the stress state of thin shells taking into account strains due to physicochemical phenomena
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Basic relations of the theory of shells were derived in which the interaction of mechanical motions, heat conduction, and physicochemical phenomena producing in a shell a strain e ij (f) was taken into account. The relations obtained were used to solve the problem of the strain-stress state produced in a cylindrical shell as a result of transverse shrinkage of a multipass welded seam.
KeywordsStress State Shrinkage Heat Conduction Cylindrical Shell Thin Shell
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