Journal of Mathematical Sciences

, Volume 90, Issue 1, pp 1822–1825 | Cite as

Bending of a thin orthotropic bar with an elliptic cut

  • N. M. Neskorodev


To study the stressed state of an infinite orthotropic bar with an elliptic slit we use the solutions obtained by integrating the three-dimensional equations of the theory of elasticity. We give a comparison of the results of numerical computations with those obtained in the applied theory. One table. Bibliography: 4 titles.


Cartesian Coordinate System Anisotropic Medium Linear Algebraic Equation Elliptic Boundary Middle Surface 
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