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Mohammad Javad Khoshgoftar

Mohammad Javad Khoshgoftar

Academic rank: Assistant Professor
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7942-6877
Education: PhD.
ScopusId: 35119188800
Faculty: Engineering
Address: Arak University
Phone: 08632625005


Thermoelastic Analysis of Non-Uniform Pressurized Functionally Graded Cylinder with Variable Thickness using First order Shear Deformation Theory(FSDT) and Perturbation Method
non-homogenous cylinder, First order Shear Deformation Theory, matched asymptotic method, perturbation method, functionally graded material
Journal Chinese Journal of Mechanical Engineering
Researchers Mohammad Javad Khoshgoftar ، Mohammad Javad Mirzaali ، Gholam Hosein Rahimi


Recently application of functionally graded materials(FGMs) have attracted a great deal of interest. These materials are composed of various materials with different micro-structures which can vary spatially in FGMs. Such composites with varying thickness and non-uniform pressure can be used in the aerospace engineering. Therefore, analysis of such composite is of high importance in engineering problems. Thermoelastic analysis of functionally graded cylinder with variable thickness under non-uniform pressure is considered. First order shear deformation theory and total potential energy approach is applied to obtain the governing equations of non-homogeneous cylinder. Considering the inner and outer solutions, perturbation series are applied to solve the governing equations. Outer solution for out of boundaries and more sensitive variable in inner solution at the boundaries are considered. Combining of inner and outer solution for near and far points from boundaries leads to high accurate displacement field distribution. The main aim of this paper is to show the capability of matched asymptotic solution for different non-homogeneous cylinders with different shapes and different non-uniform pressures. The results can be used to design the optimum thickness of the cylinder and also some properties such as high temperature residence by applying non-homogeneous material.