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On two circular inclusions in harmonic problems


Authors: E. Honein, T. Honein and G. Herrmann
Journal: Quart. Appl. Math. 50 (1992), 479-499
MSC: Primary 73C99; Secondary 73B27, 73K20, 73V35
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1090/qam/1178429
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Abstract: In this paper, we derive the solution for two circular cylindrical elastic inclusions perfectly bonded to an elastic matrix of infinite extent, under anti-plane deformation. The two inclusions have different radii and possess different elastic properties. The matrix is subjected to arbitrary loading. The solution is obtained, via iterations of Möbius transformations, as a rapidly convergent series with an explicit general term involving the complex potential of the corresponding homogeneous problem, i.e., when the inclusions are absent and the matrix material occupies the entire space and is subjected to the same loading. This procedure has been termed ``heterogenization."


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