Equation of dynamical thermoelasticity in a medium with thermal memory
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We derive a linearized system of dynamical thermoelasticity equations for an isotropic medium with thermal memory. We prove a uniqueness theorem and reciprocity theorem for the corresponding boundary-value problem.
KeywordsStatistical Physic Linearize System Uniqueness Theorem Isotropic Medium Reciprocity Theorem
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