Influence of longitudinal and transverse thermal conductivity of the interface crack on the effective parameters of the bi-material
Keywords:Longitudinal and Transverse thermal conductivity, Interfacial Сracks, The effective parameters
The effective parameters of the bi-material with a periodic system of interfacial cracks are studied, taking into account their longitudinal and transverse thermal conductivity. The bi-material is subjected to tensile forces and uniform heat flow. The transverse and longitudinal thermal conductivity of the cracks is taken into account by the thermal resistance of the filler and the thermal conductivity of the surface films, respectively. The thermal resistance of the filler is directly proportional to the opening of the cracks and inversely proportional to the thermal conductivity of the filler. Thermal conductivity of surface films does not change under the influence of load. The thermo-elastic problem is reduced to nonlinear systems of singular integro-differential equations for an opening cracks and a temperature jump between the cracks faces. An analytical-numerical iterative procedure for solving this system is proposed. Based on the obtained solution, the effective temperature jump and the effective thermal resistance of the bi-material are determined. The dependences of the effective parameters of the bi-material on the applied load and thermal conductivity coefficients of the filler and the surface films of the cracks are analyzed.
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Language of the article: Ukrainian
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