Materials Science

, Volume 34, Issue 3, pp 365–374 | Cite as

Thermostressed state of a plate with angular inclusions

  • I. T. Denysyuk


We reduce the problems of heat conduction and thermoelasticity for an isotropic plate with foreign elastic inclusions bounded by piecewise smooth curves to problems of conjugation of analytic functions on broken lines. Singular solutions of these problems and the corresponding complex potentials are constructed.


Analytic Function Heat Conduction Structural Material Break Line Piecewise Smooth 
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