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This monograph offers a scientific learn of asymptotic types of continuum mechanics for composite constructions, that are both dilute (for instance, two-phase composite buildings with small inclusions) or densely packed (in this situation inclusions will be with regards to touching). it truly is in accordance with the result of fresh learn and encompasses a complete research of dipole and multipole fields linked to defects in solids. The textual content covers static difficulties of elasticity in dilute composites in addition to spectral difficulties. functions of the mathematical types incorporated within the ebook are in harm mechanics and in difficulties of layout of composite constructions that may be used as filters or polarisers of elastic waves.Dipole tensors are outlined in bankruptcy 1 either for scalar boundary price difficulties for the Laplacian and for vector difficulties of elasticity. In bankruptcy 2 the dipole tensors are utilized in spectral difficulties concerning domain names with small defects. bankruptcy three introduces a multipole approach for static difficulties (both electrostatics and elasticity) in composite buildings containing doubly periodic arrays of round inclusions. bankruptcy four provides a multipole process for eigenvalue difficulties of electromagnetism and elasticity.

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Two cases are considered: perfectly bonded inclusions (displacement and tractions are continuous at the interface) and inclusions separated from the matrix by an imperfect linear interface. 1 Inclusions with perfect bonding at the 0 0 interface Let R be the inclusions radius, and A , fj, , A, /x be the Lame elastic moduli of materials of the inclusion and the matrix. Circular elastic inclusions 29 1. For the case of out-of-plane shear (Laplace's operator), the dipole matrix can be written as follows m = 27T/U / * - W > # T M + Mo where I is the identity matrix.

The analysis uses the multipole method (for a classical scalar version see Lord Rayleigh, 1892) applied to circular inclusions in the two-dimensional linear elasticity (plane strain). 1 Governing equations We study a plane-strain problem for an isotropic elastic body, with the Lame moduli A, /x, containing a set Q, — l j i f2j of two circular inclusions fli, i = 1,2,... 1,712) is the unit normal vector on the boundary of the inclusion. The following conditions are prescribed at infinity an(x) -> oft, of2 C I 2 ( : E ) —» 0, as \x\ —> 00.

The dispersion diagram constructed in accordance with the above formulae exhibits band gaps for the cases of bi-atomic structures of particles of different mass. It can also be shown that a correspondence can be established between this simple lattice structure and a continuum model describing fields in highly porous media. Square array of circular voids. 8). 183) Discrete lattice approximations 53 0 G © 0 O 0 © O O Fig. 8 where kf, = UJ/VI, A square array of circular holes. and v\ = —, the material density is p, and shear modulus is fi.

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