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|Planar Steady-State Problems for Elastic Rods Formulation of the Governing |
Equations Planar Equilibrium States of ... Introduction to Bifurcation Theory and
its Applications to Elasticity The Simplest Buckling Problem Classical Buckling ...
|618 Popov, G.Ia., On an approximate method of solution of certain plane contact |
problems of the theory of elasticity. ... 66,314,315 Popov, G.Ia., On the solution of
a planar contact problem of elasticity theory in the presence of couple or ...
|i.e.. transverse dimensions decrease under tension. although from the theory it |
does not directly follow that materials with a ... It is also useful at this stage to
consider in brief the so-called planar and antiplanar problems of elasticity theory.
|Linear static two-dimensional problems of fracture mechanics are studied most |
widely. Plane problems of elasticity theory for bodies with cracks. Elastic
equilibrium of solids is described in elasticity theory by the equations of the
|FRIEDRICHS, K., DRESSLER, R.,  A boundary-layer theory for elastic plates, |
Comm. ... R.V., KAPCOV, A.V., KORELSTEIN, L.B.,  Asymptotic solution of
three-dimensional problems of the theory of elasticity concerning a removed
|Gauss K. F.  Briefwechsel Zwischen Gauss und Bessel. Ed. G. F. Auwers. |
Leipzig, 1880. Reprint: New York: Hildsheim, 1975. GoVdshteyn R.V., Salganik
R.L  Planar problem of curvilinear cracks in an elastic solid // Mechanics of
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|FRIEDRICHS, K., DRESSLER, R.,  A boundary- layer theory for elastic plates, |
Comm. ... A.V., KORELSTEIN, L. B.,  Asymptotic solution of three-dimensional
problems of the theory of elasticity concerning a removed planar breaking crack,
|Muskhelishvili, N. I., Some Basic Problems of the Mathematical Theory of |
Elasticity (P. Noordhoff, Groningen, the ... Part 2 treats planar problems whose
solutions are obtained with the aid of the stress function and its complex
|As this takes place, every type of behavior may be described by a special |
tractable model. The dynamical planar problem in elasticity theory (in the case of
a planar stress state) is described by the following equations (Nowacki, 1975): 1
+ ν ...
|Mat. Meh. 25 (1961), 76-85 = J. Appl. Math. Mech. 25 (1961), 105-118. MR 27 # |
3124. 2. On an approximate method for solving certain planar contact problems
of elasticity theory, Izv. Akad. Nauk Armjan. SSR Ser. Fiz.-Mat. Nauk 14 (1961),