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Two-phase potentials in the analysis of smart composites having piezoelectrical components
The piezoelectric smart composite material consisting of two discrete phases of hexagonal piezoelectric crystals is subjected to mechanical and electric loads causing out-of-plane displacement and in-plane electric field. ...
Nonplanar interfacial cracks in anisotropic bimaterials
This paper presents a general approach for the two-dimensional elastic problem of a crack lying along an elliptical interface seperating two dissimilar anisotropic materials. The analysis is based upon the use of the ...
Two-phase potentials in anisotropic elasticity: antiplane deformation
Based upon the Lekhnitskii-Eshelby approach of two-dimensional anisotropic elasticity, it is shown that only one holomorphic function can fully describe the antiplane deformation of a composite consisting of two discrete ...
Antiplane deformation of a partially bonded elliptical inclusion
A new method that introduces two holomorphic potential functions (the two-phase potentials) is applied to analyze the antiplane deformation of an elliptical inhomogeneity partially-bonded to an infinite matrix. Elastic ...