The mixed boundary-value problem for a transtropic layer with a cavity
Using superposition of solutions and Fourier series we study the stressed state in a transversally isotropic layer with a cavity. We describe the results of numerical studies as functions of the elastic properties of the material, the geometric characteristics of the body, and the nature of the load variation. Four figures.
KeywordsFourier Stressed State Elastic Property Fourier Series Geometric Characteristic
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