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Analysis of stress in the elastic state in a solid cylinder subjected to periodic boundary condition
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Yedekçi, Buşra
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An analytical model is developed to investigate the thermoelastic response of a solid cylinder subjected to periodic boundary condition. Time dependent periodic boundary condition for the solid cylinder is treated by the help of Duhamel's theorem. The corresponding thermoelastic equation is obtained in terms of radial displacement by using basic equations of elasticity under generalized plane strain presupposition. Analytical solution of the thermoelastic equation is obtained to determine the distributions of stress, displacement and elastic strains. Different time dependent and periodic functions are used to describe the surface temperature. The corresponding thermoelastic behavior of the solid cylinder is examined and put into view in the form of figures and tables.
Subject Keywords
Cylinders.
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Thermoelasticity.
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Thermodynamics.
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Thermal stresses.
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https://hdl.handle.net/11511/24950
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B. Yedekçi, “Analysis of stress in the elastic state in a solid cylinder subjected to periodic boundary condition,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2015.