# 2D integral formulae and equations for thermoelectroelastic bimaterial with thermally insulated interface

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Abstract:

The paper presents a complex variable approach for obtaining of the
integral formulae and integral equations for plane thermoelectroelasticity of an anisotropic bimaterial with thermally insulated interface. Obtained relations do not contain domain integrals and incorporate only physical boundary functions such as temperature, heat flux, extended displacement and traction, which are the main advances of these relations.

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Bibliography:

Math. Model. Comput. Vol.1, No.1, pp.75-83 (2014)