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The elasticity operator, for zero Poisson coefficient, with stress-free boundary conditions on a two-dimensional strip with local perturbation of Young′s modulus, is considered. We prove the existence of embedded eigenvalues and describe their asymptotic behaviour.
In this paper we first summarize the basic constitutive equations for (nonlinear) magnetoelastic solids capable of large deformations. Equivalent formulations are given using either the magnetic induction vector or the magnetic field vector as the independent magnetic variable in addition to the...
The steady (acoustic) streaming associated with a spherical drop displaced from the velocity antinode of a standing wave is studied. The ratio of the particle size to the acoustic wavelength is treated as small but non-zero, and the solution is developed in the form of a two-term expansion in...
Thermoelastic waves are investigated which propagate through an isotropic plate which is constrained to be incompressible at uniform temperature. This is an example of a deformation–temperature constraint, also known as a strain–temperature constraint. The boundaries of the plate are taken to...
This work deals with an incompressible inhomogeneous layer bonded to a rigid substrate and indented without friction by a rigid circular indenter. The corresponding mixed boundary-value problem of elasticity is reduced to equivalent dual integral equations. It is shown that the pliability...
The chattering oscillations for an inverted pendulum impacting between lateral walls, a prototype of a class of impact dampers, are analysed. Attention is focused on the periodic chattering appearing when the rest positions cease to be attracting, and the aim is that of computing the time τ...
The elastic stiffness or compliance is a fourth-order tensor that can be expressed in terms of two second-order symmetric tensors A and B and a fourth-order completely symmetric and traceless tensor Z (or z ). It is shown that the parts associated with A , B and Z (or z ) are all structurally...
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