Medium of Complex Structure
A movement of a particle in a medium of complex structure is described by the displacement of the mass center of the particle and by additional internal degrees of freedom: microrotations and microdeformations. In this chapter starting from simple models, we develop a general theory of media of complex structure. Essential attention is paid to new physical effects, approximate models and a transition to the classical local models.
KeywordsDispersion Curve Force Constant Elastic Energy Simple Structure Couple Stress
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