The uncoupled problem of thermoelastic vibrations of a cylinder
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Using the theory of functions of a complex variable, we construct an approximate solution of the problem of steady thermoelastic vibrations of a cylinder with curvilinear cavities, not taking account of the interaction of the strain and temperature fields. The results of numerical computations are given in the case of radially symmetric vibrations of a cylinder with a cavity.
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KeywordsHeat Flux Strain Field Heat Flux Density Linear Algebraic Equation Temperature Increment
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