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On determination of stress condition in the infinite anisotrop body containing two neighbouring periodically curved fibers
Azerbajdzjanska Nationella Akademin . (Instituionen för Matematik och Mekanik)
Azerbajdzjanska Nationella Akademin.
1999 (English)In: Transactions of Academy of Sciences of Azerbaijan , Series of Physical- Thechnical and Mathematical sciences, ISSN 0002-3108, Vol. XIX, no 5, 151-159 p.Article in journal (Refereed) Published
Abstract [en]

In [1,2] the method for investigation of the stress state in the infinite body containing a single curved fiber was proposed. In this paper this method is developed for the case where the infinite body contains two neighbouring periodically curved fibers. It is supposed that the materials of the fibers and the matrix are transversal -isotrop and homogeneous. Introducing the small parameter characterizing the curving degree of the fibers the solution of the corresponding problems is reduced to the solution of the subsequental boundary problems for the canonic many-bonded areas. the solution of each of these problems is reduced to the solution of the system of the infinite algebraic equations whose coefficients contain different complex combinations of Bessel's functions. It is proved that the determinants of these infinite systems are the normal type determinants.    

Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
Baku, Azerbaijan, 1999. Vol. XIX, no 5, 151-159 p.
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Natural Sciences
Research subject
Physics; Theoretical Physics; Solid Mechanics; Mathematics; Materials Science
URN: urn:nbn:se:umu:diva-71500OAI: diva2:624423

The author's lastname has been changed. My name was Saadat Soltanova when I published this paper in 1999. In 2000 I married and changed my lastname to Karimi.

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