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A justification of the one-dimensional linear model of elastic beam. (English) Zbl 0603.73056
The authors discuss the title problem by showing that the one-dimensional model of an elastic beam is an approximation to the three-dimensional linear theory of elasticity. The beam is assumed to be homogeneous and isotropic. The proof is based upon an analysis given earlier by the authors [Ber. Math.-Stat. Sekt. Forschungszent. Graz 154, 5 S. (1981; Zbl 0516.73022)].
The paper is very specialized but it could be of interest to theoreticians in elasticity.
Reviewer: R.L.Huston

MSC:
74K10 Rods (beams, columns, shafts, arches, rings, etc.)
74B99 Elastic materials
74H99 Dynamical problems in solid mechanics
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