Inclusion problems for elastic anisotropic media
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lnclusion mechanics appeared later then contact mechanics. The main reason for creating that branch of mechanics was the appearance and development of the new materials called composites. But not only. In real materials inclusions are always present. This book is about inclusion problems, which are solved by means of complex mathematical analysis. Although methods of the solutions, presented here, may seem difficult at the beginning, obtainedfinal results are simple and usefuL This book is intended for scientists and engineers who specialize in the field of inclusion mechanics and materiał science. ft can be also usefal to academic teachers, post-graduate students and students specializing in mechanics of solids. I hope they may draw from this book inspiration for farther elaborations of these problems. Perhaps it would be possible for them to simplify some results and prove the essential thesis.