Dependence of topology of surface of model of a complex system on the state of its individual elements
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A method of determining the stresses that arise in individual elements of a complex system and that lead to deformation of these elements is proposed. Using the proposed method, the relationship between the topology of a surface of an object, the deforming load, and the interference pattern is established.
Key wordsprincipal stresses interferometric methods moiré effect system of strips model of an object
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