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Analytical Study on Relaxation Behavior of Thermal Stresses in Nose Cones Composed of Functionally Graded Material Subjected to Three-Dimensional Transient Temperatures
Transactions of the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers Series A
In this study, analytical solutions for the three-dimensional transient temperature fields and the resulting thermal stress fields in a space plane's nose cone composed of a functionally graded material (FGM) are derived by treating the nose cone as a multi-layered hollow hemisphere with distinct thermal and mechanical properties in each layer. The three-dimensional transient heat conduction problem can be solved by applying Fourier-cosine transform, Legendre transform, and Vodicka's methoddoi:10.1299/kikaia.77.2128 fatcat:gdarhxw6e5cjro3dzcid25u3my