Author(s): A.I. Zhornik, V.A. Zhornik & L.P. Kashitsyn
A quasi-static problem of thermoelasticity for an infinite solid cylinder
with a ring-shaped crack, enclosed in a thin shell is considered.
stress intensity factor for various crack sizes is calculated, growth and
stop of the crack when cooling the cylinder are analyzed.
Cylindrical parts are subjected to fairly severe thermal loading during
their manufacture and use.
Such loading in turn creates large transient
temperature gradients and corresponding stresses which are intensified
Size: 921 kb
Paper DOI: 10.2495/HT960481
the Full Article
This article is part of the WIT OpenView scheme and you can download the full text Adobe PDF article for FREE by clicking the 'Openview' icon below.
this page to a colleague.