In this article, a generalized photo-thermoelastic model with relaxation time (GPTE) was introduced and applied to an infinite semiconductor body in the form of a solid cylinder. The cylinder and its adjoining vacuum are constrained exposed to periodic decaying varying heat and subjected to a uniform axial magnetic field. Analytical formulas of the physical quantities of the problem were obtained using Laplace transformations. A numerical method is used to find the inverse Laplace transforms. The effect of phase-lags, the temperature frequency on the derived expressions have been illustrated graphically and discussed.

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In this article, a generalized photo-thermoelastic model with relaxation time (GPTE) was introduced and applied to an infinite semiconductor body in the form of a solid cylinder. The cylinder and its adjoining vacuum are constrained exposed to periodic decaying varying heat and subjected to a uniform axial magnetic field. Analytical formulas of the physical quantities of the problem were obtained using Laplace transformations. A numerical method is used to find the inverse Laplace transforms. The effect of phase-lags, the temperature frequency on the derived expressions have been illustrated graphically and discussed.

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