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Mirsalimov, V.M. Solution of a thermoelasticity problem for an isotropic medium weakened by a periodic system of circular holes and rectilinear cracks. Soviet Applied Mechanics 17, 51–56 (1981). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00885646
- Isotropic Medium
- Periodic System
- Circular Hole
- Thermoelasticity Problem
- Rectilinear Crack