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The Effect of Rotation and Inhomogeneity on the Transient Magneto-Thermoviscoelastic Stresses in an Anisotropic Solid

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Mohamed Abdelsabour Fahmy

Faculty of Computers and Informatics,  Suez Canal University, 41522 Ismailia, Egyptmafahmy2001@yahoo.com

J. Appl. Mech 79(5), 051015 (Jul 02, 2012) (10 pages) doi:10.1115/1.4006258 History: Received January 26, 2011; Revised February 27, 2012; Posted March 03, 2012; Published June 28, 2012; Online July 02, 2012

The main objective of this paper is to study the transient magneto-thermoviscoelastic stresses in a nonhomogeneous anisotropic solid placed in a constant primary magnetic field acting in the direction of the z-axis and rotating about it with a constant angular velocity. The system of fundamental equations is solved by means of a dual-reciprocity boundary element method (DRBEM). The results indicate that the effects of inhomogeneity and rotation are very pronounced.

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Geometry of the deformed boundary

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Variation of the temperature T with the x coordinate (y = 1)

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Variation of the displacement u1 with the x coordinate (y=1,τ=0.03)

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Variation of the displacement u2 with the x coordinate (y=1,τ=0.03)

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Variation of the thermal stress σ11 with the x coordinate (y=1,τ=0.03)

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Variation of the thermal stress σ12 with the x coordinate (y=1,τ=0.03)

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Variation of the thermal stress σ22 with the x coordinate (y=1,τ=0.03)

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