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In the present paper we consider the problem of steady thermoelastic oscillations in a linear theory of plane elasticity with microstructure where disturbance is represented by a train of harmonic waves. The corresponding boundary value problems of Dirichlet and Neumann type are formulated and...
The following analysis investigates the delamination of an elastic membrane which on one side adheres to a smooth substrate while the other side is attached to a rigid cylindrical shaft. When the shaft is pulled perpendicularly from the substrate, this system is equivalent to the blister test of...
Forgacs et al. have developed a continuum model for cellular aggregates that has at its basis the work of Steinberg and co-workers concerning the coalescence of cells that takes into account surface tension effects, to describe the response of embryonic tissues. Here, we propose a solid model...
A theory is developed for binary mixtures of viscoelastic materials. The basic equations of a nonlinear theory of heat conducting viscoelastic mixtures are derived in Lagrangian description. The individual components of the mixture are modeled as Kelvin—Voigt viscoelastic materials. A nonlinear...
In research on materials, it is not unusual for workers to be unaware of good ideas and results produced long ago, and I will discuss a case in point. When workers became acquainted with radiation pressure, it stimulated them to consider the possibility that electromagnetic fields could not only...
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