# Calculation of the electroelastic Green’s function of the hexagonal infinite medium

@article{Michelitsch1997CalculationOT, title={Calculation of the electroelastic Green’s function of the hexagonal infinite medium}, author={Thomas M. Michelitsch}, journal={Zeitschrift f{\"u}r Physik B Condensed Matter}, year={1997}, volume={104}, pages={497-503} }

The electroelastic 4 × 4 Green’s function of a piezoelectric hexagonal (transversely isotropic) infinitely extended medium is calculated explicitly in closed compact form ((73) ff. and (88) ff., respectively) by using residue calculation. The results can also be derived from Fredholm’s method [2]. In the case of vanishing piezoelectric coupling the derived Green’s function coincides with two well known results: Kröner’s expressions for the elastic Green’s function tensor [4] is reproduced and…

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