Solutions to the generalized Eshelby conjecture for anisotropic media: Proofs of the weak version and counter-examples to the high-order and the strong versions

@article{Yuan2022SolutionsTT,
  title={Solutions to the generalized Eshelby conjecture for anisotropic media: Proofs of the weak version and counter-examples to the high-order and the strong versions},
  author={Tianyu Yuan and Kefu Huang and Jianxiang Wang},
  journal={Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids},
  year={2022}
}

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