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Effect of Rotation on the Composite an Infinite Cylinder in Non-Homogenity Viscoelastic Media

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The present paper is to study the effect of rotation on the composite infinite cylinder in non-homogeneity viscoelastic media. A harmonic function techniques are used. The components of stress and displacement have been obtained. The results obtained displayed by graphs to clear the phenomena physical meaning. The results indicate that the effect of rotation and viscosity of the material medium is very pronounced.
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Keywords: COMPOSITE INFINITE CYLINDER; ISOTROPIC; NON-HOMOGENEITY; ROTATION; VISCOSITY

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: November 1, 2014

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