Within the theory of linear full-field magneto–electro–elasticity, magneto–electro interaction of two electrically-conducting and magnetically-conducting indenters acting over the surface of magnetoelectroelastic materials widely used in practical industries is examined. The operation theory, Fourier transform technique and integral equation technique are employed to address the two-dimensional, mixed boundary-value problem explicitly. The surface stresses, electric displacement and magnetic induction and their respective intensity factors are obtained in closed forms for two perfectly conducting semi-cylindrical indenters. Degradation from two perfectly conducting semi-cylindrical indenters to one single perfectly conducting cylindrical indenter is discussed. Numerical analyses are detailed to reveal the effects of the interactions between two semi-cylindrical indenters on contact behaviors subjected to multi-field loadings.
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This work was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China ( 11472193 , 11572227 and 11261042 ), and the Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities ( 1330219162 ). Dr. Yue-Ting Zhou thanks the Research Institute for Sustainable Urban Development and Dr. Haimin Yao at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University for offering a visiting fellowship.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Modelling and Simulation
- Applied Mathematics