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OnLamb's problem: Line load suddenly applied in a magneto-elastic initially stressed conducting half-space

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The paper is concerned with the investigation of the plane Lamb's problem in which a line load is suddenly applied on a magneto-elastic initially stressed conducting half-space bounded by a plane. The results obtained in this investigation are in agreement with the corresponding results of the classical plane Lamb's problem when the semispace is supposed to be initially unstressed and non-magnetic.

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Roy, R., Sen Gupta, P.R. OnLamb's problem: Line load suddenly applied in a magneto-elastic initially stressed conducting half-space. PAGEOPH 95, 34–39 (1972). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00878850

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Keywords

  • Line Load
  • Classical Plane
  • Stressed Conducting