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7) is solvable by itself. Thus the ω is assumed to be an eigenvalue of the first interior prob­ lem, in what follows. First of all, the existence of the solution of eq. 7) is easily verified in the following way. Let ί b e a solution of the adjoint homogeneous equation of eq. 2. Thus there is a solution in eq. L problem. Furthermore, this solution of eq. 7) is also the solution of eq. 8). Let U\ be any solution of eq. 7). Then, Green's interior displacement formula with this Ui and the given boundary traction g as densities has the following form v(X) = (Sg)(X)-(DUl)(X) leö_.

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