Out-of-plane loading of anisotropic bimaterials and semi-infinite materials
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Analytical closed-form solutions are proposed in a rather compact form for the stress and displacement fields induced by out-of-plane loading of a semi-infinite anisotropic material with inclined strata. The solutions are then extended to include the case of a bimaterial with a planar interface. Several boundary conditions are considered for the interface which may be between two anisotropic half-planes with different elastic properties, or two different orientations of the strata in the same material.
Key wordsAnalytical solutions out-of-plane loading inclined strata bimaterial
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