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R. V. Goldstein and E. I. Shifrin, "Integral equations of the problem of an elastic inclusion. Complete analytical solution of the problem of an elliptic inclusion," Mech. Solids. 39 (1), 36-55 (2004)
Year 2004 Volume 39 Number 1 Pages 36-55
Title Integral equations of the problem of an elastic inclusion. Complete analytical solution of the problem of an elliptic inclusion
Author(s) R. V. Goldstein (Moscow)
E. I. Shifrin (Moscow)
Abstract We consider the problem of an isotropic elastic space containing an isotropic elastic inclusion. Using a generalization of the Eshelby method, we construct new integral equations for the stress tensor components inside the inclusion. Detailed investigation is carried out in the case of the plane problem and an elliptic inclusion. In this case, explicit analytical expressions are obtained for the stress tensor components inside and outside the inclusion. Using the procedure of passing to the limit, we construct solutions for an elliptic hole and a rigid elliptic inclusion. In the case of circular inclusions, simplified formulas for stresses are obtained as a special case of the general formulas. For all special cases found in the literature in which analytical expressions of the stresses have been constructed, the solutions obtained in this paper are compared with those obtained previously.
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Received 08 October 2003
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