The Stability of Shells during Thermal Shock,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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The stability of a smooth circular cylindrical shell is examined, to whose face heat flux is suddenly supplied. The lateral surface of the shell is ideally heat-insulated. It is assumed that the thermoelastic waves, which are propagated along the generatrix, are compression waves and with the value of the heat flux exceeding its critical value, can cause oscillatory instability of the shell.