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By G I Pshenichnov

This quantity provides the speculation of partial differential equations (PDEs) from a contemporary geometric standpoint in order that PDEs should be characterised through the use of both means of differential geometry or algebraic geometry. this enables us to acknowledge the richness of the constitution of PDEs. It provides, for the 1st time, a geometrical idea of non-commutative (quantum) PDEs and provides a common program of this idea to quantum box conception and quantum supergravity

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2. Constitutive Equations 27 W h e n using t h e momentless theory for calculating reticulated shells we assume K{ / 0, /,■ = Ci = 0 (i = T~n). Due to this with zero deformation energy only the tangential deformation components (ei = £2 = u; = 0) become zero, hence t h e middle surface of t h e shell's calculation model can have small flextures. T h u s , to assure the calculation momentless model's geometrical stability it is necessary and sufficient that it has fastenings excluding small flextures of t h e middle surface (it must be rigid).

E 2 - £ i = u> cos 2y? 82') 4. The two families' rods are rigidly interconnected and linearly-elastically linked with the contour as regards the turn angle around the normal to the shell's middle surface. In this instance one of the additional boundary conditions should be as in (181) and the other has the form M2, = fc(a)V>i ^(0)^1 = fc(a)V>2 k(a)il>2 at 0 = 0Q , where k(ct) is the rigidity function of the elastic fastening, $i, 4>2 a r e turn angles around the normal to the middle surface of two families of rods.

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