Fracture Assessment of an Interface Crack Between Two Dissimilar Magnetoelectroelastic Materials under Heat Flow and Magnetoelectromechanical Loadings
A magnetoelectrically permeable interface crack between two semi-infinite magnetoelectroelastic planes under the action of a heat flow and remote magnetoelectromechanical loadings is considered, where the assumption of frictionless contact between two dissimilar halfplanes is adopted. Not only the solutions of the interface crack problem are presented in an explicit form, but also the general condition for the transition from a perfect thermal contact of two magnetoelectroelastic bodies to their separation is given.
Key wordsfracture interface crack magnetoelectrically permeable crack frictionless interface heat flow
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