@article{Bubniak_2023, title={TENSION IN COMPOSITES DURING HEATING}, url={https://visnyk.lnup.edu.ua/index.php/architecture/article/view/196}, DOI={10.31734/architecture2023.24.015}, abstractNote={<p>Spatial problems in the theory of elasticity often arise when solving various technical and technological problems in modern production. This is especially true when building composite materials and structural elements.</p> <p>The behaviour of structural materials can be studied at three structural levels: macro-, micro-, and atomic level. In construction mechanics, the concept of continuous medium only has meaning at the micro level. The analysis of macrostresses significantly depends on the size of the structure itself, and consideration of the effect of material heterogeneity at this level.</p> <p>When creating composite materials, the inclusions that appear in the matrix significantly affect the stress-strain state of the composite as a whole under various mechanical or thermal loads. The stress components can reach extreme values at the interface of phases in some cases due to the production technology, and in others, heterogeneity is introduced to improve the strength of the material.</p> <p>The study of spatial problems of the static theory of elasticity and thermoelasticity for homogeneous isotropic and anisotropic bodies in the general formulation is associated with great mathematical difficulties due to the complexity of constructing a solution of a system of partial differential equations that satisfies the boundary conditions.</p> <p>One effective method of solving problems of elasticity theory is the Fourier method. This method is based on the representation of general solutions of equilibrium equations through potential functions. The Fourier method uses different representations of the solution of the Lamé equations through harmonic functions, which allows the search for a solution in the form of series.</p> <p>The paper discusses the problem of the distribution of thermal stresses in an unbounded transversely isotropic medium, which contains anisotropic inclusions in the form of a compressed spheroid with uniform heating, relative to mechanical and thermal properties.</p> <p>The conducted studies show that with uniform heating of the medium, the stresses on the inclusion surface are local both along the X-axis and along the Z-axis. The tension concentration decreases rapidly when departing from the inclusion surface and approaches to zero value.</p>}, number={24}, journal={Bulletin of Lviv National Environmental University. Series Architecture and Construction}, author={Bubniak Т.}, year={2023}, month={Dec.}, pages={15–19} }