Basic Boundary-Value Problems for a Solid Body with Double Porosity and Two Nonintersecting Spherical Cavities
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In this paper, we examine the basic boundary-value problems for a three-dimensional space filled with a solid body having double porosity and two nonintersecting spherical cavities. We search for a solution of the problem by using the representation of a general solution of a system of homogeneous differential equations of statics, which is expressed in terms of four harmonic and one metaharmonic functions. The solution of the problem is reduced to the investigation of an infinite system of linear algebraic equations. It is shown that the obtained system is of normal type. Solutions of the considered problems are obtained in the form of absolutely and uniformly convergent series.
KeywordsSolid Body Neumann Problem Linear Algebraic Equation Homogeneous Problem Convergent Series
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