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Von Karman Models with Rotational Forces
Chapter 3 (resp., 4) treats evolutionary von Karman equations with (resp., without) rotational inertia forces.
KeywordsGeneralize Solution Weak Solution Strong Solution Free Boundary Condition Energy Inequality
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