Boundary-integral formulation of dynamic nonstationary problems for an elastic space with a mathematical cut along a nonclosed Lyapunov surface
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By satisfying the boundary conditions on the discontinuity surfaces using specially constructed integral representations of the solutions, we obtain a system of boundary integral equations for the functions of the opening of the cut.
KeywordsBoundary Condition Integral Equation Integral Representation Boundary Integral Equation Discontinuity Surface
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