Calculation of Temperature Fields in Multilayer Shells,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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The nonsteady-state problem of thermal conductivity is considered in a multilayer shell shaped as a convex body of revolution. The formulation of the problem differs in that arbitrary nonlinear relationships are admissible as the boundary conditions on the outer and inner surfaces, and on the intermediate surfaces dividing the layers of the shell the solution and its normal derivative may undergo discontinuity.