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Cracking of a layered medium on an elastic foundation under thermal shock

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Published
**1988**
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, D.C.], [Springfield, Va
.

Written in English

- Cracking (Fracturing).,
- Elastic media.,
- Laminates.,
- Stress analysis.,
- Surface layers.,
- Thermal shock.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | by ABd El-Fattah A. Rizk and Fazil Erdogan. |

Series | NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-185316. |

Contributions | Erdogan, F., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. |

The Physical Object | |
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Format | Microform |

Pagination | 1 v. |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL15408024M |

of high temperature in case two, giving a very high thermal shock stress as a heating or cooling effects, shifting up the combined stress, when applied a cyclic mechanical load in fraction of seconds, and the reputations of these shocks, causing a fast failure under high. 4 Zhi Yong Ai, Quan Long Wu, The behavior of a multilayered porous thermo-elastic medium with anisotropic thermal diffusivity and permeability, Computers and Geotechnics, , 76, CrossRef 5 Zhi-Yong Ai, Lu-Jun Wang, Kai Zeng, Analytical layer-element method for 3D thermoelastic problem of layered medium around a heat source, Meccanica.

The transient influence of high temperature in case two, giving a very high thermal shock stress as a heating or cooling effects, shifting up the combined stress, when applied a cyclic mechanical load in fraction of seconds, and the reputations of these shocks, causing a fast failure under high thermal shock stress superimposed with mechanical Author: Mohammed Ali Nasser. Ali. General analytical solutions for stability, free and forced vibration of an axially loaded Timoshenko beam resting on a two-parameter foundation subjected to nonuniform lateral excitation are obtained using recursive differentiation method (RDM). Elastic restraints for rotation and translation are assumed at the beam ends to investigate the effect of support weakening on the beam by: 5.

elastic coefficients which were not known completely for a layered laminated struc-ture, are obtained suitably in terms of initial stress components and Lame’s constants xi’ ui of initially isotropic solids. The explicit solutions of the dynamical equations for a prestressed thinly layered laminated medium under horizontal compression in a. Elastic-plastic anaIysis of cracks in pressure-sensitive materials 4j = i:+lq. (8) The elastic strain rate tensor iz is related to the stress rate tensor &i, through a .

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