# Behavior of solution of the elasticity problem for a radial inhomogeneous cylinder with small thickness

## Authors

• Natik Akhmedov Azerbaijan State Economic University (UNEC), Azerbaijan
• Sevda Akbarova Azerbaijan State Economic University (UNEC), Azerbaijan

## Keywords:

non-axisymmetric problem, radial inhomogeneous cylinder, asymptotic integration method, homogeneous solutions, boundary layer

## Abstract

A non-axisymmetric problem of the theory of elasticity for a radial inhomogeneous cylinder of small thickness is studied. It is assumed that the elastic moduli are arbitrary positive piecewise continuous functions of a variable along the radius.

Using the method of asymptotic integration of the equations of the theory of elasticity, based on three iterative processes, a qualitative analysis of the stress-strain state of a radial inhomogeneous cylinder is carried out. On the basis of the first iterative process of the method of asymptotic integration of the equations of the theory of elasticity, particular solutions of the equilibrium equations are constructed in the case when a smooth load is specified on the lateral surface of the cylinder. An algorithm for constructing partial solutions of the equilibrium equations for special types of loads, the lateral surface of which is loaded by forces polynomially dependent on the axial coordinate, is carried out.

Homogeneous solutions are constructed, i.e., any solutions of the equilibrium equations that satisfy the condition of the absence of stresses on the lateral surfaces. It is shown that homogeneous solutions are composed of three types: penetrating solutions, solutions of the simple edge effect type, and boundary layer solutions. The nature of the stress-strain state is established. It is found that the penetrating solution and solutions having the character of the edge effect determine the internal stress-strain state of a radial inhomogeneous cylinder. Solutions that have the character of a boundary layer are localized at the ends of the cylinder and exponentially decrease with distance from the ends. These solutions are absent in applied shell theories.

Based on the obtained asymptotic expansions of homogeneous solutions, it is possible to carry out estimates to determine the range of applicability of existing applied theories for cylindrical shells. Based on the constructed solutions, it is possible to propose a new refined applied theory.

## Author Biographies

### Natik Akhmedov, Azerbaijan State Economic University (UNEC)

Doctor of Mathematics, Professor, Head of Department

Department of Mathematics and Statistics

### Sevda Akbarova, Azerbaijan State Economic University (UNEC)

PhD, Associate Professor

Department of Mathematics and Statistics

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2021-12-21

## How to Cite

Akhmedov, N., & Akbarova, S. (2021). Behavior of solution of the elasticity problem for a radial inhomogeneous cylinder with small thickness. Eastern-European Journal of Enterprise Technologies, 6(7 (114), 29–42. https://doi.org/10.15587/1729-4061.2021.247500

## Section

Applied mechanics