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A Boundary Integral Formulation of the Plane Problem of Magneto-Elasticity for an Infinite Cylinder in a Transverse Magnetic Field

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ABSTRACT

The objective of this work is to present a boundary integral formulation for the static, linear plane strain problem of uncoupled magneto-elasticity for an infinite magnetizable cylinder in a transverse magnetic field. This formulation allows to obtain analytical solutions in closed form for problems with relatively simple geometries, in addition to being particularly well-adapted to numerical approaches for more complicated cases. As an application, the first fundamental problem of Elasticity for the circular cylinder is investigated.

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M. Abou-Dina and A. Ghaleb, "A Boundary Integral Formulation of the Plane Problem of Magneto-Elasticity for an Infinite Cylinder in a Transverse Magnetic Field," Engineering, Vol. 5 No. 4, 2013, pp. 394-406. doi: 10.4236/eng.2013.54052.

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