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Dr. Khalil Mohamed Khalil Mohamed :: Publications:

Title:
Thermoelastic response of a rotating hollow cylinder based on generalized model with higher order derivatives and phase-lags
Authors: A Soleiman;Ahmed E Abouelregal;K M Khalil; M E Nasr
Year: 2020
Keywords: Thermoelasticity Higher-Order Phase-lags Rotation Hollow cylinder
Journal: Search Results Web result with site links Journal of Computational Applied Mechanics
Volume: 51
Issue: 1
Pages: 81-90
Publisher: University of Tehran
Local/International: International
Paper Link:
Full paper Khalil Mohamed Khalil Mohamed_JCAMECH_Volume 51_Issue 1_Pages 81-90.pdf
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Abstract:

The present work treats with a novel generalized model of higher order derivatives heat conduction. Using Taylor series expansion, the Fourier law of heat conduction is advanced by introducing different phase lags for the heat flux and the temperature gradient vectors. Based on this new model, the thermoelastic behavior of a rotating hollow cylinder is analyzed analytically. The governing differential equations are solved in a numerical form using the Laplace transform technique. Numerical calculations are displayed tables and graphs to clarify the effects of the higher order and the rotation parameters. Finally, the results obtained are verified with those in previous literature.

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