The heat conduction problem for orthotropic shells with a system of cuts
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Using the Fourier integral method we have solved the heat conduction problem for an orthotropic shell of arbitrary Gaussian curvature with a system of thermally insulated cuts. In the process we have taken account of heat exchange on the lateral surfaces of the shells.
We have studied the influence of the anistropy properties of the material on the distribution of the perturbed temperature field. Using the example of a system consisting of two cuts we have studied the dependence of jumps in the integral characteristics of the temperature on the relative locations of the cuts.
KeywordsFourier Heat Conduction Temperature Field Heat Exchange Integral Method
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