@article{Smetankina_Postnyi_2019, title={Calculation of Temperature Fields in Multilayer Plates and Shells with Distributed Heat Sources}, url={https://itconfdoc.nuwm.edu.ua/index.php/ITConf/article/view/82}, DOI={10.31713/MCIT.2019.11}, abstractNote={<p>The aircraft multilayer glazing is considered as a<br>rectangular multilayer plate made up of isotropic layers with<br>constant thickness. The temperature on the side surface of the<br>plate is zero. Convective heat transfer occurs on outer surfaces of<br>the plate; on layers' interfaces film heat sources are arranged.<br>The heat conduction equation for an arbitrary plate layer is<br>reduced to the functional equation. A solution of the functional<br>equation we search in the form of three space functions product.<br>We get the system of ordinary differential equations. Series<br>expansion factors are determined from a system of linear<br>algebraic equations. A transform of the required function is<br>found by the second expansion theorem, and the problem<br>solution has the form of double trigonometrical series.<br>The comparative analysis of the results is carried out with the<br>results of other method. The method offered can be used for<br>designing a safe multilayer glazing under operational and<br>emergency thermal and force loading in different vehicles.</p>}, number={3}, journal={Modeling, Control and Information Technologies: Proceedings of International scientific and practical conference}, author={Smetankina, Natalia and Postnyi, Oleksii}, year={2019}, month={Nov.}, pages={75–77} }