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Stressed and strained state of layered cylindrical shell under local convective heating

The stress-strain state of a layered composite cylindrical shell under local heating by the environment due to convective heat exchange has been studied.  The equation of the six-modal theory of thermoelasticity and the two-dimensional equation of thermal conductivity of inhomogeneous anisotropic shells are used for this purpose.  The solution of the nonstationary heat transfer problem and the quasi-static thermoelasticity problem for a finite hinged orthogonally reinforced shell of symmetric structure is found by the methods of integral Fourier and Laplace transforms.  Numerical results ar