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Thermal stresses induced by a point heat source in a circular plate by

quasi-static approach

K. C. Deshmukh,

1, a)

Y. I. Quazi,

2

S. D. Warbhe,

3

and V. S. Kulkarni

4

1)

Department of Mathematics, RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur-440033 Maharashtra, India

2)

Department of Mathematics Anjuman College of Engineering and Technology Sadar Nagpur India

3)

Department of Mathematics, Nagpur University, Nagpur-440033, Maharashtra, India

4)

Department of Mathematics, Govt. College of Engg. Station Road, Usmanpura, Aurangabad-431005, India

(Received 10 November 2010; accepted 26 March 2011; published online 10 May 2011)

Abstract The present paper deals with the determination of quasi-static thermal stresses due to an

instantaneous point heat source of strength g

pi

situated at certain circle along the radial direction of

the circular plate and releasing its heat spontaneously at time t = τ. A circular plate is considered

having arbitrary initial temperature and subjected to time dependent heat ﬂux at the ﬁxed circular

boundary of r = b. The governing heat conduction equation is solved by using the integral transform

method, and results are obtained in series form in terms of Bessel functions. The mathematical

model has been constructed for copper material and the thermal stresses are discussed graphically.

c ⃝2011 The Chinese Society of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics. [doi:10.1063/2.1103107]

Keywords thermoelastic problem, thermal stresses, non-homogeneous heat conduction equation, heat

generation

The steady-state thermal stresses in a circular plate

subjected to an axi-symmetric temperature distribution

on the upper surface with zero temperature on the lower

surface and the circular edge has been considered by

Nowacki.

1

Roy Choudhary

2

succeeded in determining

the quasi-static thermal stresses in a thin circular plate

subjected to transient temperature along the circumfer-

ence of a circle over the upper face with lower face at

zero temperature and ﬁxed circular edge thermally insu-

lated. Wankhede

3

determined the quasi-static thermal

stresses in a thin circular disk subjected to arbitrary ini-

tial temperature on the upper surface with lower surface

at zero temperature and ﬁxed circular edge thermally

insulated. Recently Deshmukh et al.

4

determined the

thermal stresses in a hollow circular disk arising from

internal heat generation. The present paper deals with

the determination of displacement and thermal stresses

in a circular plate deﬁned as 0 ≤ r ≤ b arising from

internal heat generation. A circular plate is considered

having arbitrary initial temperature and subjected to

time dependent heat ﬂux at the ﬁxed circular bound-

ary of r = b. The governing heat conduction equa-

tion has been solved by using the integral transform

method, and the results are obtained in series form in

terms of Bessel functions. The results for displacement

and stresses have been computed numerically and illus-

trated graphically.

To our knowledge no one has studied thermal

stresses due to heat generation in a circular plate. This

is thus thought a new and novel contribution. The re-

sults presented here will be useful for engineering prob-

lems, particularly in the determination of the state of

stress in thin annular cylinders, which constitute es-

sential elements for containers of hot gases or liquids,

a)

Corresponding author. Email: kcdeshmukh2000@rediﬀmail.com.

furnaces and similar facilities.

Consider a circular plate occupying space D deﬁned

by 0 ≤ r ≤ b. Initially the plate is at an arbitrary

temperature distribution of F (r). A time dependent

heat ﬂux Q(t) is applied on the ﬁxed circular boundary

(r = b). Heat generates within the solid at the rate

of

g (r, t)

k

. Under these conditions, the displacement

and thermal stresses in the plate due to internal heat

generation are to be determined.

Following Deshmukh et al.

4

the diﬀerential equation

governing the displacement potential function ψ(r, t) is

given as

∂

2

ψ

∂r

2

+

1

r

∂ψ

∂r

= (1 +ν) a

t

T. (1)

The stress functions σ

rr

and σ

θθ

are given by

σ

rr

=

−2µ

r

∂ψ

∂r

, (2)

σ

θθ

=−2µ

∂

2

ψ

∂r

2

, (3)

while in each case the stress functions σ

rz

, σ

zz

and σ

θz

are zero within the plate in the plane state of the stress.

The temperature of the circular plate satisﬁes the

following heat conduction equation

∂

2

T

∂r

2

+

1

r

∂T

∂r

+

g (r, t)

k

=

1

α

∂T

∂t

, (4)

with boundary conditions

k

∂T

∂r

= Q(t) (r = b, t > 0), (5)

and initial condition

T = F (r) , (t = 0, 0 ≤ r ≤ b), (6)

031007-2 K. C. Deshmukh, Y. I. Quazi, S. D. Warbhe, and V. S. Kulkarni Theor. Appl. Mech. Lett. 1, 031007 (2011)

where k and α are thermal conductivity and thermal dif-

fusivity of the material of the plate, respectively. Equa-

tions (1)-(6) constitute the mathematical formulation of

the thermoelastic problem.

To obtain the expression for temperature T(r, t), we

introduce the ﬁnite Hankel transform over the variable

r and its inverse transform deﬁned by

¨

Oziski

5

as

T(λ

n

, t)=

∫

b

r

′

=0

r

′

K

0

(λ

n

, r

′

)T(r

′

, t)dr

′

, (7)

T(r, t)=

∞

∑

n=1

T(λ

n

, t)K

0

(λ

n

, r) , (8)

where

K

0

(λ

m

, r) =

√

2

b

J

0

(λ

m

r)

J

0

(λ

m

b)

, (9)

and λ

1

, λ

2

, · · · are the positive roots of the transcen-

dental equation

J

1

(λ

m

b) = 0, (10)

J

n

(X) is a Bessel function of the ﬁrst kind of order n.

This transform satisﬁes the relation of

H

[

∂

2

T

∂r

2

+

1

r

∂T

∂r

]

= −λ

2

n

T(λ

n

, t). (11)

On applying the ﬁnite Hankel transform deﬁned in

Eq. (7) and its inverse transform deﬁned in Eq. (8) to

Eq. (4), one obtains the expression for temperature as

T (r, t) =

∞

∑

m=1

K

0

(λ

m

, r)e

−αλ

2

m

·t

′

·

{∫

b

r

′

=0

r

′

K

0

(λ

m

, r

′

)F (r

′

) dr

′

+

α

k

∫

t

t

′

=0

e

αλ

2

m

·t

′

·

[ ∫

b

r

′

=0

r

′

K

0

(λ

m

, r

′

)g(r

′

, t

′

)dr

′

+

bK

0

(λ

m

, b)Q(t

′

)

]

dt

′

}

. (12)

Substituting Eq. (12) into Eq. (1), one obtains the

displacement function ψ as

ψ = −(1 +ν) a

t

∞

∑

m=1

1

λ

2

m

K

0

(λ

m

, r)e

−αλ

2

m

·t

′

·

{∫

b

r

′

=0

r

′

K

0

(λ

m

, r

′

)F (r

′

) dr

′

+

α

k

∫

t

t

′

=0

e

αλ

2

m

·t

′

·

[ ∫

b

r

′

=0

r

′

K

0

(λ

m

, r

′

)g (r

′

, t

′

) dr

′

+

bK

0

(λ

m

, b)Q(t

′

)

]

dt

′

}

. (13)

Substituting Eq. (13) into Eqs. (2) and (3), one ob-

tains expressions for thermal stresses as

σ

rr

= −

2

√

2

b

(1 +ν) a

t

µ·

∞

∑

m=1

1

rλ

m

J

1

(λ

m

, r

J

0

(λ

m

, r

)e

−αλ

2

m

·t

′

·

{∫

b

r

′

=0

r

′

K

0

(λ

m

, r

′

)F (r

′

) dr

′

+

α

k

∫

t

t

′

=0

e

αλ

2

m

·t

′

·

[ ∫

b

r

′

=0

r

′

K

0

(λ

m

, r

′

)g (r

′

, t

′

) dr

′

+

bK

0

(λ

m

, b)Q(t

′

)

]

dt

′

}

, (14)

σ

θθ

= −

2

√

2

b

(1 +ν) a

t

µ·

∞

∑

m=1

1

λ

m

(

λ

m

J

0

(λ

m

, r)

J

1

(λ

m

, r)

r

)

e

−αλ

2

m

·t

′

·

{

∫

b

r

′

=0

r

′

K

0

(λ

m

, r

′

)F (r

′

) dr

′

+

α

k

∫

t

t

′

=0

e

αλ

2

m

·t

′

·

[

∫

b

r

′

=0

r

′

K

0

(λ

m

, r

′

)g (r

′

, t

′

) dr

′

+bK

0

(λ

m

, b)Q(t

′

)

]

dt

′

}

.

(15)

Setting F(r) = r

2

,

g(r, t) = g

i

δ (r −r

1

) δ (t −τ) ,

Q(t) = e

−ωt

, α > 0,

where r is the radius measured in meter, δ is the Dirac-

delta function, ω > 0. The heat source g(r, t) is an in-

stantaneous point heat source of strength g

pi

= 50 J/m

situated at certain circle along the radial direction of

the plate and releasing its heat instantaneously at the

time of t →τ = 5.

Radius of the circular plate b = 1 m,

Central circular paths of the circular plate r

1

=

0.4 m.

The numerical calculation has been carried out for a

copper (pure) circular plate with the material properties

deﬁned as:

Thermal diﬀusivity α = 112.34 ×10

−6

m

2

s

−1

.

Thermal conductivity k = 386 W/mk.

Density ρ = 8 954 kg/m

3

.

Speciﬁc heat c

p

= 383 J/kgK.

Poisson ratio ν = 0.35.

Coeﬃcient of linear thermal expansion

a

t

= 16.5 ×10

−6

/K,

Lam´e constant µ = 26.67.

λ

1

= 3.831 7, λ

2

= 7.015 6, λ

3

= 10.173 5,

λ

4

= 13.323 7, λ

5

= 16.470, λ

6

= 19.615 9,

λ

7

= 22.760 1, λ

8

= 25.903 7, λ

9

= 29.046 8,

λ

10

= 32.18,

are the roots of transcendental equation J

1

(λb) = 0.

We set for convenience,

X =

√

2

10

2

b

, Y =

√

2 (1 +ν) a

t

10

2

b

,

Z =

2

√

2 (1 +ν) a

t

µ

10

2

b

,

here X, Y, Z are constants. The numerical calculation

has been carried out with the help of computational

031007-3 Thermal stresses induced by a point heat source Theor. Appl. Mech. Lett. 1, 031007 (2011)

Fig. 1. Temperature distribution T/X .

Fig. 2. Displacement function ψ/Y .

mathematical software MathCad 2000 and the graphs

are plotted with the help of Excel (MS Oﬃce 2000).

From Fig. 1, it is observed that temperature reaches

maximum at the center and then decreases towards the

outer circular edge. After some time (t = 5), due to

internal heat generation, the temperature of the copper

plate increases proportionally.

From Fig. 2, it is observed that there is displace-

ment occurring around the outer circular edge which

is proportional to the temperature due to point heat

source of strength g

p

.

From Fig. 3, it is observed that the radial stress

function σ

rr

is zero at the outer circular boundary. As

the heat source g(r, t) is an instantaneous point heat

source situated at certain circle within the central part

(r

1

= 0.5) of the circular plate, we can observe the radial

stress developing with compressive stresses around the

circle of radius r

1

= 0.5 and the radial stress decreases

towards the outer circular edge.

In Fig. 4, the angular stress function σ

θθ

increases

from the center to the outer circular edge. It reaches

maximum at the center and develops a compressive

stresses in the central part of 0 ≤ r ≤ 0.3 with a tensile

stresses in the annular region of 0.3 ≤ r ≤ 1

.

In this paper, we extend the work of Deshmukh

et al.

4

to one dimensional non-homogeneous boundary

value problem of heat conduction in a circular plate and

determined the expressions of temperature, displace-

ment and stresses due to internal heat generation.

As a special case, a mathematical model is con-

structed for copper (pure) circular plate with speciﬁed

material properties. The heat source is an instanta-

neous point heat source of strength g

pi

situated at cer-

tain circle along the radial and axial direction of the

plate, and releases its heat instantaneously at the time

of t = τ. Owing to heat generation within the circular

plate, the radial stress develops as compressive stresses,

Fig. 3. Radial stress function σrr/Z.

Fig. 4. Angular stress function σ

θθ

/Z.

whereas the angular stress develops with compressive

stresses around the center and tensile stresses around

the outer circular edge. Also it can be observed from

the ﬁgures of temperature and displacement that the di-

rection of heat ﬂow and the direction of body displace-

ment are opposite to each other. The results obtained

here are useful for engineering problems, particularly in

the determination of the state of stress in thin circular

plates. Also any particular case of special interest can

be derived by assigning suitable values to the parame-

ters and functions in Eqs. (12)–(15).

1. W. Nowacki, Bull. Acad. Polon. Sci. Scr. Scl. Tech. 5, 227

(1957).

2. S. K. Roy Choudhary, Bull. Acad. Polon. Sci. Scr. Scl. Tech.

20, (1972).

3. P. C. Wankhede, Indian Journal of Pure and Applied Mathe-

matics 13 1273 (1982).

4. K. C. Deshmukh, S. D Warbhe, and V.S. Kulkarni, Journal of

Thermal Stresses 31, 698 (2008).

5. M. N.

¨

Ozisik, Boundary Value Problems of Heat Conduction

(International Text book Company, Scranton, Pennsylvania,

135-148, 1968).

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