By A. M. Khludnev, V. A. Kovtunenko

This publication takes a clean examine the crack challenge and demonstrates new tools of learning the matter, in addition to proposes new versions for cracks in elastic and nonelastic our bodies enjoyable bodily compatible nonpenetration stipulations among crack faces. The authors think of - and 3-dimensional our bodies, plates and shells with cracks, determine homes of options, and examine numerous constitutive legislation: elastic, viscoelastic, elastoplastic

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