Stress�strain state of flexible ring plates of variable stiffness in a magnetic field

Mol'chenko, L. V.; Loos, I. I.; Indiaminov, R.
November 2009
International Applied Mechanics;Nov2009, Vol. 45 Issue 11, p1236
Academic Journal
A nonlinear two-dimensional model of a magnetoelastic flexible current-carrying ring plate is developed.Asystem of nonlinear equations describing the stress�strain state of flexible current-carrying plates in nonstationary mechanical and electromagnetic fields is derived. The stress state of a flexible plate of variable stiffness in a magnetic field is determined


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