On the fundamental problem for an infinite elastic plane bonded by different anisotropic materials with cracks
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In this paper, the first fundamental problem for an infinite elastic plane bonded by different anisotropic materials with cracks of arbitrary shape is discussed. The problem is reduced to a certain system of singular integral equations with several undetermined constants, which is proved to be uniquely solvable when these constants are suitably and uniquely chosen.
Key wordsCracks anisotropic plane elasticity complex variable method system of singular integral equations
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