Stress–strain analysis of the antiplane shear problem for an infinite cylindrical inclusion with eigenstrain: an addendum to Arch. Appl. Mech. 2018
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Abstract
As outlined in the previous paper, an eigenstrain state due to an interstitial atom, acting as misfitting inclusion in the crystal lattice, may interact with a load stress state and/or a stress state due to a defect. Since the interstitial atoms can be assembled in a cylinder, as in the established case of a socalled Cottrell cloud, the according stress state can be investigated by a cylindrical inclusion with a general eigenstrain state. Both eigenstrain components belonging to the antiplane shear, however, were not dealt with in the past. According stress and deformation equations are now offered in analytical form in this addendum.
Keywords
Inclusions Micromechanics Analytical solution Antiplane Shear Problem1 Introduction

to know the stress field of the defect,

to know the stress field of the interstitials, which are placed at several distinct sites (e.g., the socalled octahedral or tetrahedral positions in a cubic lattice) and produce according eigenstrain fields. Here we refer to the recent paper [1].
2 Solution concept
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