Thermoelastic problems of long multilayered cylinders manufactured from isotropic materials are considered. The steady-state thermal field corresponding to a constant difference between temperature outside and inside the assembly is used in the analysis. Both the case of a hollow cylinder and that of a solid multilayered assembly are discussed. A closed-form exact solution is shown for an arbitrary number of layers if the properties of constituent materials remain unaffected by temperature. Various strategies leading to an analytical solution are proposed for the case where material properties depend on temperature. The stresses in a dual-coated optical fiber subject to a uniform temperature are determined as a particular case
V. Birman, "Thermoelastic Problems of Multilayered Cylinders," Proceedings of the InterSociety Conference on Thermal Phenomena in Electronic Systems (1990, Las Vegas, NM), Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), May 1990.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1109/ITHERM.1990.113308
InterSociety Conference on Thermal Phenomena in Electronic Systems (1990: May 23-25, Las Vegas, NV)
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Analytical Solution; Arbitrary Number of Layers; Closed-Form Exact Solution; Constant Temperature Difference; Dual-Coated Optical Fiber; Hollow Cylinder; Isotropic Materials; Long Multilayered Cylinders; Material Properties Depend on Temperature; Optical Fibres; Solid Cylinders; Solid Multilayered Assembly; Steady-State Thermal Field Corresponding; Thermal Stresses; Thermoelastic Problems; Thermoelasticity
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