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CiteWeb id: 19630000031

CiteWeb score: 3024

DOI: 10.1016/0022-5096(63)90036-X

The title problem concerns two isotropic phases firmly bonded together to form a mixture with any concentrations. An elementary account of several theoretical methods of attack is given, among them the derivation of inequalities between various moduli. The approach is completely general and exact. Additionally, the problem is fully solved when the phases have equal rigidities but different compressibilities, the geometry being entirely arbitrary.

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