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International Applied Mechanics

, Volume 46, Issue 6, pp 687–695 | Cite as

Electroelastic state of an infinite multiply connected piezoelectric plate with known electric potentials applied to its boundaries

  • K. G. Khoroshev
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Generalized complex potentials, their expressions for a domain with elliptic holes, and the discrete least-squares method are used to analyze the generalized plane electroelastic state of a piezoelectric plate having holes and cracks with electric potentials applied to their boundaries. There are no mechanical loads. A numerical analysis is conducted. The effect of the applied voltage on the electroelastic state of the plate is examined

Keywords

electroelasticity piezoelectric plate multiply connected domain crack electric potential 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.National University of TransportKyivUkraine

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