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**Three-dimensional thermoelastic analysis of finite length laminated cylindrical panels with functionally graded layers.**
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Zbl 1341.74119

Summary: Based on the 3D thermoelasticity theory, the thermoelastic analysis of laminated cylindrical panels with finite length and functionally graded (FG) layers subjected to three-dimensional (3D) thermal loading is presented. The material properties are assumed to be temperature-dependent and graded in the thickness direction. The variations of the field variables across the panel thickness are accurately modeled by using a layerwise differential quadrature (DQ) approach. After validating the approach, as an important application, two common types of FG sandwich cylindrical panels, namely, the sandwich panels with FG face sheets and homogeneous core and the sandwich panels with homogeneous face sheets and FG core are analyzed. The effect of micromechanical modeling of the material properties on the thermoelastic behavior of the panels is studied by comparing the results obtained using the rule of mixture and Mori-Tanaka scheme. The comparison studies reveal that the difference between the results of the two micromechanical models is very small and can be neglected. Then, the effects of different geometrical parameters, material graded index and also the temperature dependence of the material properties on the thermoelastic behavior of the FG sandwich cylindrical panels are carried out.

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\textit{P. Malekzadeh} and \textit{M. Ghaedsharaf}, Meccanica 49, No. 4, 887--906 (2014; Zbl 1341.74119)

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