International Applied Mechanics

, Volume 38, Issue 5, pp 578–584 | Cite as

On the Initial Development of the Slip Band Near an Inclusion in the Interface

  • N. M. Kundrat


A problem is solved for a slip band near a rigid inclusion located in the interface between dissimilar half-spaces. The length of the slip band, the stress intensity near the inclusion apex, and the angle of band development depending on the loading and composition parameters are determined.


Stress Intensity Slip Band Initial Development Rigid Inclusion Composition Parameter 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • N. M. Kundrat
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  1. 1.State Technical UniversityRovnoUkraine

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