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Deformation Due to Mechanical and Thermal Sources in Magneto-Micropolar Elastic Medium

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The present investigation is concerned with a two-dimensional problem in electromagnetic micropolar elasticity for a half-space whose surface is subjected to mechanical or thermal source in the presence of a transverse magnetic field. Laplace and Fourier transform technique is used to solve the problem. As an application of the approach concentrated/con- tinuous mechanical or thermal source has been taken. The integral transforms have been inverted by using a numerical technique to obtain the components of normal strain, temperature distribution, normal force stress and tangential couple stress in the physical domain. The expressions of these quantities have been given and illustrated graphically to depict the magnetic effect for two different theories of generalized thermoelasticity, Lord and Shulman(L-S theory) and Green and Lindsay(G-L theory). Some special cases of interest are also deduced from the present investigation.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Mathematics, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra-136 119, India


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