Dynamic thermal shock in a layered cylinder with initial interface pressure
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An analytical method is developed to determine the transient response of dynamic thermostress in a two-layered cylinder with initial interface pressure. At first, the initial interface pressure in a two-layered cylinder caused by a heat-assembling method is considered as the initial condition of a thermal elastodynamic equilibrium equation. Thus, a thermal elastodynamic solution for a separate hollow cylinder with the initial stress field is found out by means of a series of simply mathematical transform. By making use of the boundary conditions and continuity conditions of a layered cylinders, the solution for the thermal shock exerting an influence on the initial interface pressure in a two-layered cylinder is also discussed.
Key wordslayered cylinder dynamic thermal shock elastodynamics
CLC numberO347.1 O347.4
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