International Applied Mechanics

, Volume 31, Issue 11, pp 865–872 | Cite as

Stress distribution in an infinite transversally isotropic body with a rigid elliptical inclusion in a uniform thermal flux

  • A. Kh. Passos Morgado
  • Ya. Pivnik
  • Yu. N. Podil'chuk


Stress Distribution Thermal Flux Isotropic Body Elliptical Inclusion Rigid Elliptical Inclusion 
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  • A. Kh. Passos Morgado
  • Ya. Pivnik
  • Yu. N. Podil'chuk

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