Thermal (or temperature) stresses are a variety of internal (inherent) stress. This name, as we know, is given to stresses that are in equilibrium in a given body (or part of it, or in a system of several bodies), with no “external” loads, such as, for example, mounting loads or surface stresses, which sometimes occur in hardening treatments given to part surfaces, or the residual stresses formed after a previous nonuniform plastic deformation has been removed.


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  • E. M. Morozov
  • Ya. B. Fridman

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