Soviet Applied Mechanics

, Volume 27, Issue 2, pp 107–117 | Cite as

Continuum theory in the mechanics of composite materials with small-scale structural distortion

  • S. D. Akbarov
  • A. N. Guz'
Article

Conclusions

In the present work, the continuum theory proposed in [3, 5] has been developed for composite materials with small-scale structures of arbitrary spatial distortion, in the case of both periodic and local distortion. A general method is proposed for the solution of linear problems in the given continuum theory in any approximation, on the basis of the small-parameter method. An example admitting of accurate solution for any form of plane structural distortion of the given composite material is investigated, illustrating the influence of distortion. The accurate solution obtained may serve as a standard solution for problems within the framework of the given theory.

Keywords

Composite Material Linear Problem Continuum Theory Accurate Solution Structural Distortion 

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  • S. D. Akbarov
  • A. N. Guz'

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