A Method of Analysis to Estimate Thermal Down-Shock Stress Profiles in Hollow Cylinders when Subjected to Transient Heat/Cooling Cycle
An empirical solution for the thermal shock stresses in cylindrical shell presented when cylinder is subjected to heating or re-heating case and down-shock cooling by forced air case. Linear equations are developed to describe the severity of thermal shock loading. When thermal gradient and time period are in consideration, it is shown the equations displays good approximation for major characteristics of the thermal shock stress profiles.
Faruk Yigit and Mohammed S. J. Hashmi
M.A. Ali, S.T. Hasan, D.P. Myriounis, "A Method of Analysis to Estimate Thermal Down-Shock Stress Profiles in Hollow Cylinders when Subjected to Transient Heat/Cooling Cycle", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 445, pp. 893-898, 2012