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Cracked semi-infinite cylinder and finite cylinder problems
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Kaman, Mete Onur
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This work considers a cracked semi-infinite cylinder and a finite cylinder. Material of the cylinder is linearly elastic and isotropic. One end of the cylinder is bonded to a fixed support while the other end is subject to axial tension. Solution for this problem can be obtained from the solution for an infinite cylinder having a penny-shaped rigid inclusion at z = 0 and two penny-shaped cracks at z = ± L. General expressions for this problem are obtained by solving Navier equations using Fourier and Hankel transforms. When the radius of the inclusion approaches the radius of the cylinder, the end at z = 0 becomes fixed and when the radius of the cracks approaches the radius of the cylinder, the ends at z = ± L become cut and subject to uniformly distributed tensile load. Formulation of the problem is reduced to a system of three singular integral equations. By using Gauss-Lobatto and Gauss-Jacobi integration formulas, these three singular integral equations are converted to a system of linear algebraic equations which is solved numerically.
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M. O. Kaman, “Cracked semi-infinite cylinder and finite cylinder problems,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 2006.