Wang, Juan; Cui, Yuhong; Qin, Qing Hua; Jia, Jiangying
Anti-plane electroelastic problems are studied by the Trefftz boundary element method (BEM) in this paper. The Trefftz BEM is based on a weighted residual formulation and indirect boundary approach. In particular the point-collocation and Galerkin techniques, in which the basic unknowns are the retained expansion coefficients in the system of complete equations, are considered. Furthermore, special Trefftz functions and auxiliary functions which satisfy exactly the specified boundary conditions...[Show more]
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