The Calculation of the Effective Tensor Coefficient of the Medium for the Objects with Microinclusions

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Abstract

In this paper, several approaches for calculation of the effective tensor coefficient for domains with inclusions have been proposed. The limits of the approaches using are found. The series of numerical experiments are made on the different frequencies, for different inclusions location and boundary conditions for the contrast properties of the matrix and inclusion materials.

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Shurina, E. , Epov, M. , Shtabel, N. and Mikhaylova, E. (2014) The Calculation of the Effective Tensor Coefficient of the Medium for the Objects with Microinclusions. Engineering, 6, 101-112. doi: 10.4236/eng.2014.63014.

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