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Journal of Mathematical Sciences

, Volume 238, Issue 1, pp 83–95 | Cite as

Antiplane Shear of an Elastic Body with Elliptic Inclusions Under the Conditions of Imperfect Contact on the Interfaces

  • V. S. Chernobai
  • V. I. Kushch
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We study the problem of аntiplane shear of an elastic body containing a finite array of arbitrarily located and oriented elliptic inclusions under the conditions of imperfect mechanical contact on the interfaces. The analytic solution of the problem is obtained by the method of multipole expansions with the use of the technique of complex potentials. By expanding the disturbances of the field of displacements caused by inclusions in a series in the system of elliptic harmonics and using the formulas for their reexpansion and exact validity of all contact conditions, we reduce the boundary-value problem of the theory of elasticity to an infinite system of linear algebraic equations. It is also proved that the reduction method is applicable to the indicated system, the rate of convergence of the solution is investigated, and the accumulated results are compared with the data available from the literature. The presented numerical results of parametric investigations reveal the presence of a strong dependence of stress concentration on the conditions of contact on the interfaces, as well as on the sizes, shapes, and relative positions of the inclusions.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • V. S. Chernobai
    • 1
  • V. I. Kushch
    • 1
  1. 1.Bakul Institute for Superhard Materials, Ukrainian National Academy of ScienceKyivUkraine

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