Thermoelastic Effects on Some Hollow Structures
Ashwini Kulkarni1, R. N. Pakade2, Lalsingh Khalsa3
1Ashwini Kulkarni, Research Scholar, M.G.M College of Science, Arts and Commerce, Armori (Maharashtra). India.
2R. N. Pakade, Research Scholar, M.G.M College of Science, Arts and Commerce, Armori (Maharashtra). India.
3Dr. L. H. Khalsa, Principal, M.G.M College of Science, Arts and Commerce Armori (Maharashtra). India.
Manuscript received on February 01, 2016. | Revised Version Manuscript Received on February 16, 2016. | Manuscript published on February 20, 2016. | PP: 22-28 | Volume-4 Issue-4, November 2016. | Retrieval Number: D0713114416/2016©BEIESP
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Abstract: In this paper, an attempt has been made to solve inverse problems of thermoelasticity of a finite length hollow cylinder occupying the space D : α ≤ r ≤ b, -h ≤ z ≤ h. MarchiFasulo transform and Hankel transform techniques are used to obtain the general solution for the set of boundary value problems. Particular types of boundary conditions have been taken to illustrate the utility of the approach. The transformed components of the stresses and temperature distribution have been obtained. A numerical inversion technique is employed to invert the integral transform, and the resulting quantities are presented graphically. Key words: Hollow cylinder, Thermoelastic problem, March
Keywords: Hollow cylinder, Thermoelastic problem, Marchi- Fasulo and Hankel transform techniques.