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Magnetoelectroelastic Interaction between a Generalized Screw Dislocation and Multiple Circular Inclusions

  • M. H. Shen (a1), F.M. Chen (a1), S. Y. Hung (a1) and S.N. Chen (a1)

Abstract

In this paper, the interaction of a generalized screw dislocation with multiple circular inclusions perfectly bonded to an unbounded matrix under remote magnetoelectromechanical loadings is dealt with. The analytical solutions of electric field, magnetic field and displacement field either in the inclusions or the matrix are obtained by use of the complex variable method. The image force acting on the magnetoelectric screw dislocation is calculated by using the generalized Peach-Koehler formula. Finally, the influence of material combinations on the image force is examined for several practical examples. The obtained solutions can be used as Green's functions for the analysis of the corresponding magnetoelectric crack problem.

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Magnetoelectroelastic Interaction between a Generalized Screw Dislocation and Multiple Circular Inclusions

  • M. H. Shen (a1), F.M. Chen (a1), S. Y. Hung (a1) and S.N. Chen (a1)

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