Calculation of the residual stresses in coiled objects made on the layer-by-layer hardening principle
The effect of the technological mode of winding with layer-by-layer hardening on the residual-stress distribution in coiled glass-plastic objects is analyzed by the method outlined in [1, 2]. The computing scheme of [3, 4] is used to calculate the stresses arising at the winding stage. The results are compared with experimental data.
KeywordsExperimental Data Residual Stress Computing Scheme Technological Mode Hardening Principle
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