Consider a domain B in the three-dimensional Euclidean space ɛ obtained by moving a plane connected figure S along a smooth curve c(x) so that c(x) always remains orthogonal to S and cuts it in a fixed point (see Figure 4.1). A linear piezoelectric body occupying the domain B in its stress-free undeformed state is called a piezoelectric rod, the curve c(x) its central line, and S its cross section
KeywordsElectric Potential Central Line Kinetic Energy Density Electric Induction Longitudinal Impact
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