Contact problems with bounded friction. Coercive case

Jiří Jarušek

Czechoslovak Mathematical Journal (1983)

  • Volume: 33, Issue: 2, page 237-261
  • ISSN: 0011-4642

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Jarušek, Jiří. "Contact problems with bounded friction. Coercive case." Czechoslovak Mathematical Journal 33.2 (1983): 237-261. <http://eudml.org/doc/13380>.

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Citations in EuDML Documents

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  1. Marius Cocu, Rémi Rocca, Existence results for unilateral quasistatic contact problems with friction and adhesion
  2. Jiří Jarušek, Contact problems with given time-dependent friction force in linear viscoelasticity
  3. Jiří Jarušek, Contact problems with bounded friction. Semicoercive case
  4. Jaroslav Haslinger, Least square method for solving contact problems with friction obeying the Coulomb law
  5. Victor A. Kovtunenko, Crack in a solid under Coulomb friction law
  6. Marius Cocu, Rémi Rocca, Existence Results for Unilateral Quasistatic Contact Problems With Friction and Adhesion
  7. Jiří Jarušek, On the regularity of solutions of a thermoelastic system under noncontinuous heating regimes. II
  8. Jiří Jarušek, On the regularity of solutions of a thermoelastic system under noncontinuous heating regimes
  9. Jiří Jarušek, Regularity and optimal control of quasicoupled and coupled heating processes
  10. Patrick Hild, On finite element uniqueness studies for Coulombs frictional contact model

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