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Normal stress uvvand tangential displacement us are continuous. Normal displacement u, and shear stress uvsare continuous. Or, Both displacement components u, and us are continuous. t y , and 6 take the value of 1 or 2, and repeated indices refer to summation over 1 and 2. Again by referring to a local coordinate system v-s, the second term of the first integral can be written as I = j ( M Y , w,,, + 2M,s w,,, + Ms,w,,,)d A . 86) This integral is definable if any of the following sets of conditions is satisfied across the interelement boundary : a.
58) Q=Qava, Theodore H . H . Pian and Pin Tong 22 where v, is the direction cosine between the boundary normal and the x, axes. e. 59) M12). For the first part of the assumed stress functions, which concerns the homogeneous equilibrium equations, simple polynomials may be used. 57) with quadratic terms as the highest terms in the moment distribution. 61) ]po. 55) that the boundary tractions T for the present problem include Q and ma ( a = 1 , 2). 56): [ vl(a/axl) N,= -vl 0 v2( a / a x2) 0 -V 2 vl(ajax2) + vz(a/ax,) .
Advances in Applied Mechanics, Vol. 12 by Chia-Shung Yih