By Jüri Engelbrecht, Ragnar Winther, Ewald Quak (auth.), Ewald Quak, Tarmo Soomere (eds.)

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This edited quantity includes twelve contributions relating to the european Marie Curie move of data venture Cooperation of Estonian and Norwegian Scienti c Centres inside arithmetic and its purposes, CENS-CMA (2005-2009), - der agreement MTKD-CT-2004-013909, which ?nanced trade visits to and from CENS, the Centre for Nonlinear reviews on the Institute of Cybernetics of Tallinn college of expertise in Estonia. Seven contributions describe learn highlights of CENS contributors, the paintings of individuals of CMA, the Centre of arithmetic for Applications,Univ- sity of Oslo, Norway, because the associate establishment of CENS within the Marie Curie venture, and 3 the ?eld of labor of overseas study fellows, who visited CENS as a part of theproject. Thestructureofthebookre?ectsthedistributionofthetopicsaddressed: half I Waves in Solids half II Mesoscopic concept half III Exploiting the Dissipation Inequality half IV Waves in Fluids half V Mathematical equipment The papers are written in an educational type, meant for non-specialist researchers and scholars, the place the authors speak their very own reports in tackling an issue that's at the moment of curiosity within the scienti?c neighborhood. The target was once to supply a ebook, which highlights the significance of utilized arithmetic and which might be used for academic reasons, resembling fabric for a path or a seminar. to make sure the scienti?c caliber of the contributions, every one paper used to be conscientiously - considered via foreign specialists. certain thank you visit all authors and referees, with no whom making this ebook should not have been possible.

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2) leads to the equation (1) (2) (1) ε U,tt + ε 2 U,tt + · · · + ε U (1) + ε 2 U (2) + · · · = ε 2 f (U (1) ,U,t ) + · · · (4) with the assumption that the nonlinear right-hand side can be expanded into a power series in the small parameter ε . Separately equating the coefficients of like powers in ε in Eq. (4) to zero gives a sequence of equations, where the first two are for O(ε ): (1) U,tt +U (1) = 0, (5) The Perturbation Technique for Wave Interaction in Prestressed Material 33 and for O(ε 2 ): (2) (1) U,tt +U (2) = f (U (1) ,U,t ).

Such a system is overdetermined and for the existence of a single-valued continuous displacement field, restrictions (compatibility conditions) upon EKL must be imposed. In the problem below UK is given and that is why the compatibility conditions are not discussed here in detail. The relevant information is presented in [4, 10], for example. The Perturbation Technique for Wave Interaction in Prestressed Material 39 4 Governing equations The application of the perturbation technique is demonstrated on the governing equations of the nonlinear theory of elasticity that describe the equilibrium of the elastic material (specimen, structural element) under external forces and the interaction of waves in this prestressed material.

Here these coordinates are considered as Cartesian (rectangular) coordinates and they coincide at the instant t = 0 : x1 = X1 , x2 = X2 , x3 = X3 . (16) The one-parametric coordinate transformations xk = xk (X1 , X2 , X3 ,t) (k = 1, 2, 3), (17) XK = XK (x1 , x2 , x3 ,t) (K = 1, 2, 3) , (18) are defined as motion. The Lagrangian description of the law of motion (17) transfers the material point with coordinates X (X1 , X2 , X3 , 0) to the point x (x1 , x2 , x3 ,t) in the physical space. The Eulerian description (18) determines which material point X (X1 , X2 , X3 , 0) is at the point x (x1 , x2 , x3 ,t) in physical space at the instant t.

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