On the boundary conditions of place for finite elasticity

  • P. Mazilu


The paper suggests a reformulation of the mathematical concept of “boundary value problem” for the equation of elastic equilibrium.


Monotone Operator Rigid Motion Internal Energy Elastic Equilibrium Finite Elasticity 
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  • P. Mazilu
    • 1
  1. 1.BucarestRomania

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