Journal of Mathematical Sciences

, Volume 97, Issue 1, pp 3854–3861 | Cite as

Application of the method of generalized coupling problems in the thermoelasticity of piecewise-homogeneous bodies under nonideal contact

  • R. M. Kushnir


We analyze the specifics of applying the method of generalized coupling problems to determine and study the temperature fields and the stresses they cause in piecewise-homogeneous bodies under nonideal thermomechanical contact at the interfaces.


Temperature Field Coupling Problem Generalize Coupling Nonideal Contact Thermomechanical Contact 
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