Finite Element Analysis of Thermoelastic Fiber-Reinforced Anisotropic Hollow Cylinder with Dual-Phase-Lag Model
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Original versionStrength of Materials. 2018, 50 (3), 396-405. 10.1007/s11223-018-9983-8
In the present paper, we have constructed the equations for generalized thermoelasticity of a fiber-reinforced anisotropic hollow cylinder. The formulation is applied in the context of dualphase-lag model. An application of hollow cylinder is investigated for the outer surface is traction free and thermally isolated, while the inner surface is traction free and subjected to thermal shock. The problem is solved numerically using a finite element method. The results of displacement, temperature and radial and hoop stress are obtained and then presented graphically. Finally, the comparisons are made between the results predicted by the coupled theory, Lord and Shulman theory and dual-phase-lag model in presence and absence of reinforcement.