Method of Investigation of the Stress-Strain State of Surface Layer of Machine Elements from a Sintered Nonuniform Material

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A microstructural model of surface layer of machine elements from a nonuniform material is developed. With using of this model a calculation scheme that includes basic structural elements is created. Each element is characterized by the following properties: density, elastic modulus, thermal conductivity, linear expansion coefficient and Poisson's ratio. A mathematical model of surface layer of machine elements from a sintered nonuniform material is formulated on the basis of solution of two-dimensional heat-conduction and elasticity problems by the finite-element method. The created algorithms for solution of these problems are used for formation of an automated system for thermal strength calculations. This system is surrounded with some original techniques which provide the investigation of the stress-strain state of surface layer of machine elements from a sintered nonuniform material.

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Alena Petrenko

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32-35

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10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMM.486.32

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V. V. Kuzin and S. Grigoriev, "Method of Investigation of the Stress-Strain State of Surface Layer of Machine Elements from a Sintered Nonuniform Material", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 486, pp. 32-35, 2014

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December 2013

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