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miraboreasu

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Hello,

Suppose I have a spherical hole in a elastic infinite space. I apply a time-dependent pressure to the inner surface of the spherical hole.

I know p = f(t).

If I only consider this as an elastic problem, no failure happened, how can I calculate the work done by p during the time from 0 to t0?

Suppose I have a spherical hole in a elastic infinite space. I apply a time-dependent pressure to the inner surface of the spherical hole.

I know p = f(t).

If I only consider this as an elastic problem, no failure happened, how can I calculate the work done by p during the time from 0 to t0?