Asymptotic behavior of the conducting properties of high-contrast media
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The asymptotic-shielding effect and the asymptotic behavior of the conductivity of a medium containing closely spaced, perfectly conducting inclusions. It is proved that in the presence of asymptotic shielding for pairs of adjacent particles, the original continuous problem can be approximated by a finite-dimensional problem.
Key wordsshielding effect asymptotic behavior conductivity perfectly conducting inclusions finite-dimensional approximation
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