International Applied Mechanics

, Volume 50, Issue 3, pp 281–288 | Cite as

Thermal Stress State of a Cylindrical Thermal Protective Shell Depending on the Winding Angle of Carbon Reinforcement

  • L. I. Gracheva

The effect of thermal deformation on the strength of models of thermal protective coating at temperatures above 1000 °C is studied. The coating is of shell type and made of a carbon/carbon (C/C) composite with varying winding angle. The physical and mechanical characteristics of the composite were determined experimentally in simulated real conditions using equipment available at the Institute for Problems of Strength. The stress–strain state of a thermal protective cylindrical shell of length 340 mm, mid-surface radius 90 mm, and thickness 10 mm subject to heating is solved using the three-dimensional theory of elasticity. The results obtained allow determining the stress state of a thermal protective shell-type coating depending on the type and winding angle of the carbon reinforcement within the temperature range from 20 to 1200 °C.


thermal protective coating carbon-carbon composite varying winding angle cylinder temperature range 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.G. S. Pisarenko Institiute for Problems of StrengthNational Academy of Sciences of UkraineKyivUkraine

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