Closed Form Solution For A Line Inclusion In Magnetoelectroelastic Media

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Time-harmonic Green s functions for anisotropic

quently applied it to obtain the fundamental solution for a generalized dislocation and to derive Green s functions for a semi-infinite magnetoelectroelastic solid. Ding and Jiang (2004) presented a boundary integral formulation for 2-D problems in magnetoelectroelastic media and derived the corresponding fundamental solution in closed form.

GREEN S FUNCTIONS OF MAGNETOELECTROELASTIC SOLIDS AND

perturbation technique, Green s functions are obtained in closed form for a defect in an infinite magnetoelectroelastic solid induced by the thermal analog of a line temperature discontinuity and a line heat source. These Green s functions satisfy the relevant boundary conditions. The proposed Green s functions are used to establish

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rial plane. The inclusion can be of an arbitrary shape and can be bounded by straight and curved line segments. Since the solution is in an explicit and closed form, various physical features associ-ated with the inclusion can be directly extracted from the solution. In particular, the center and average values of the induced fields in

Analytical solutions of uniform extended dislocations and

cavity in a MEE solid and obtained the closed-form solu-tion for a mode III crack. Qin [9] considered various defects embedded in an in nite MEE matrix induced by a line tem-perature discontinuity and a line heat source and obtained the Green s functions using the Stroh formalism, conformal mapping and perturbation technique. Zhao et al. [10] de-

2D Green s functions of defective magnetoelectroelastic

magnetoelectroelastic solid induced by the thermal analog of a line temperature discontinuity and a line heat source. The defect may be of an elliptic hole or a Griffith crack, a half-plane boundary, a bimaterial interface, or a rigid inclusion. These Green s functions satisfy the relevant boundary or interface conditions.

Eshelby’s problem in an anisotropic multiferroic bimaterial

rial plane. The inclusion can be of an arbitrary shape and can be bounded by straight and curved line segments. Since the solution is in an explicit and closed form, various physical features associ-ated with the inclusion can be directly extracted from the solution. In particular, the center and average values of the induced fields in