Journal of Theoretical
and Applied Mechanics

43, 1, pp. 111-118, Warsaw 2005

Elastic electroconducting surface in magnetostatic field

Marek Rudnicki
The dynamical linear theory of a material surface placed in vacuum and subjected to an external strong magnetostatic field is considered. Motion of the surface is described by a position function. The material of the surface is assumed to be an isotropic elastic non-magnetizable electric conductor. The residual stress is taken into account. Displacement-based field equations are obtained in a coordinate-free notation.
Keywords: magnetoelasticity; material surface; membrane theory; surface current; real electric conductor; perfect electric conductor; residual stress