P V

We turn to the initial quantities using the formulas

2ni ra-HOO 00

The function U{pj,Q has residues for p,„ - ^ and p„ = ±nw. The function 4>(pj, () has residues for p„ = ±mr.

We omit simple algebra and write the finite formulas

00 a 0 t ,.£ 00 r v2t = ^ £ ^ sin,,„C ■ e-«^ + ■

The constants 5„ are found from the system

£11J44

Knowing fi„,we can find the constants Am from the formulas n ii+in

The larger N, the more accurate is the computation of ihe electroelastic state. Since the series are sign-alternating, we can, in practice, restrict ourselves to a few terms. Figure 31

presents the variations of the dimensionless quantities ip", and r^ versus the thickness coordinate Ç at the edge £ = 0. Figures 32 and 33 give tand Vf, at the face Ç = 1 as functions of

50 PLANE BOUNDARY LAYER AT A RIGIDLY FIXED EDGE OF A SHELL WITH TANGENTIAL POLARIZATION

In Section 45, we formulated the problem to be solved for obtaining corrections in the shell's boundary conditions at a rigidly fixed edge q| = qio- We assume that the shell is polarized along the «¿-lines and its faces are covered with electrodes.

We write the equations and boundary conditions for the plane boundary layer:

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