Moisture stresses in a long hollow hygroscopic cylindrically aeolotropic circular cylinder in a state of plane strain are determined mathematically in infinite trigonometric series form. The analysis is then applied to find similar stresses in a long hollow wood pole made up of species walnut for a physically important moisture-content distribution. It is observed that the infinite sums representing the stresses converge and the stresses can be evaluated with the help of a digital computer up to any desired accuracy.
Moisture Stresses in a Long Hollow Wood Pole of Constant Outer and Inner Radius in a State of Plane Strain
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Ghosh, B. (September 1, 1969). "Moisture Stresses in a Long Hollow Wood Pole of Constant Outer and Inner Radius in a State of Plane Strain." ASME. J. Appl. Mech. September 1969; 36(3): 641–644. https://doi.org/10.1115/1.3564735
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