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Unidimensional Inhomogeneous Isotropic Elastic Half-Space

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The homogeneous system of the equations of the linear theory of elasticity for the isotropic environment with one-dimensional continuous heterogeneity is considered. Bidimensional transformation Fourier is applied and the problem for images is led to the ordinary differential equations. Generally, the differential equations are transformed in integro-differential and the algorithm of such transformation is resulted. Solutions of specific problems are resulted.

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Dobrovolsky, I. (2015) Unidimensional Inhomogeneous Isotropic Elastic Half-Space. Open Access Library Journal, 2, 1-6. doi: 10.4236/oalib.1101670.

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