## What is/are Isotropic Micropolar?

Isotropic Micropolar - A transformation matrix based on Rodrigues’ rotational formula for transversely isotropic Micropolar-Cosserat lamina has been introduced; which reduces it to the well-known non-classical (classical and couple-stress) elastic formulation.^{[1]}Shaw and Mukhopadhyay (2011) study thermoelastic waves with thermal relaxation in an isotropic micropolar plate.

^{[2]}This work considers the derivation procedure and evaluation of dynamic equations for isotropic micropolar circular cylinders by adopting a power series expansion method in the radial coordinate.

^{[3]}The present study deals with the propagation of waves in a transversely isotropic micropolar generalized thermoelastic material possessing temperature dependent elastic properties.

^{[4]}In this note, deflection of a thin rectangular isotropic micropolar plate is observed under the influence of transverse loading.

^{[5]}The constitutive law follows Eringen’s model for a generally anisotropic micropolar medium and reduces the model to the transversely isotropic case.

^{[6]}In the case of an isotropic micropolar elastic medium (isotropic and transversely isotropic classical media), the TBM operator (tensors–operators) of cofactors to TBM operators (tensors–tensors) of the initial-boundary value problems are constructed that allow decomposing initial-boundary value problems.

^{[7]}With this, the anisotropic micropolar properties and the additional hemitropic material constants of the 3DWTC are determined numerically and their results qualitatively summarized.

^{[8]}In the present paper, we consider a problem of reflection and transmission of plane waves at an interface between two different transversely isotropic micropolar piezoelectric half-spaces.

^{[9]}In the case of isotropic micropolar elastic media known also as isotropic or transversally isotropic classical media, we propose the tensor-block matrix operators of algebraic cofactors corresponding to the tensor-block matrix operators of the initial boundary value problems, which allows us to split these problems.

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## initial boundary value

In the case of an isotropic micropolar elastic medium (isotropic and transversely isotropic classical media), the TBM operator (tensors–operators) of cofactors to TBM operators (tensors–tensors) of the initial-boundary value problems are constructed that allow decomposing initial-boundary value problems.^{[1]}In the case of isotropic micropolar elastic media known also as isotropic or transversally isotropic classical media, we propose the tensor-block matrix operators of algebraic cofactors corresponding to the tensor-block matrix operators of the initial boundary value problems, which allows us to split these problems.

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## Transversely Isotropic Micropolar

A transformation matrix based on Rodrigues’ rotational formula for transversely isotropic Micropolar-Cosserat lamina has been introduced; which reduces it to the well-known non-classical (classical and couple-stress) elastic formulation.^{[1]}The present study deals with the propagation of waves in a transversely isotropic micropolar generalized thermoelastic material possessing temperature dependent elastic properties.

^{[2]}In the present paper, we consider a problem of reflection and transmission of plane waves at an interface between two different transversely isotropic micropolar piezoelectric half-spaces.

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## isotropic micropolar plate

Shaw and Mukhopadhyay (2011) study thermoelastic waves with thermal relaxation in an isotropic micropolar plate.^{[1]}In this note, deflection of a thin rectangular isotropic micropolar plate is observed under the influence of transverse loading.

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## isotropic micropolar elastic

In the case of an isotropic micropolar elastic medium (isotropic and transversely isotropic classical media), the TBM operator (tensors–operators) of cofactors to TBM operators (tensors–tensors) of the initial-boundary value problems are constructed that allow decomposing initial-boundary value problems.^{[1]}In the case of isotropic micropolar elastic media known also as isotropic or transversally isotropic classical media, we propose the tensor-block matrix operators of algebraic cofactors corresponding to the tensor-block matrix operators of the initial boundary value problems, which allows us to split these problems.

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