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S.M. Mkhitaryan, "Solution of a Mixed Boundary Value Problem of Nonlinear Creep Theory," Mech. Solids. 54 (3), 461-473 (2019)
Year 2019 Volume 54 Number 3 Pages 461-473
DOI 10.3103/S0025654419020109
Title Solution of a Mixed Boundary Value Problem of Nonlinear Creep Theory
Author(s) S.M. Mkhitaryan (Institute of Mechanics, National Academy of Sciences of Republic of Armenia, pr. Marshala Baghramiana 24b, Erevan, 0019 Republic of Armenia,
Abstract In the case of antiplane deformation, a mixed boundary value problem of the nonlinear steady-state creep theory (NSSCT) is considered for the power law of relation between stresses and strain rates for a half-space, when the strain rates are set on one part of its boundary plane while the tangential stresses are equal to zero on the other part of its boundary plane. A closed solution of the problem is constructed. For the comparative analysis, an approximate solution of the problem is obtained. A special case is considered.
Keywords steady-state creep, power law, stress, strain rate, antiplane deformation of a halfspace, mixed problem
Received 26 October 2017
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