The present research deals with the study of the behaviour of creep stress and
strain rates in a solid disc of isotropic material with thermal condition by
using Seth’s transition theory. Results have been discussed numerically and are
depicted graphically. It has been observed that the solid disc made of
incompressible material requires maximal radial stress at the centre of the
solid disc for the yielding condition as compared to the compressible material.
Further, the values of radial, as well as circumferential stresses, also
increases with increasing angular speed. With the addition of thermal effect the
values of radial as well as circumferential stresses increase at the centre of
the solid disc.
Keywords: displacement and deformation, creep stress and strain, solid
disc, thermal effects