Finite Hilbert transform technique for triple integral equations involving trigonometric kernals and their applications: technical report on mixed-boundary value problems in elasticity and thermo-elasticity under C. S. I. R. grant no. 3(277) 68--GAU-II.
1971 - Boundary value problems - 105 pages
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