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Keywords:
spatial isotropy and anisotropy; heat equation; Lamé system; viscoelasticity; three-dimensional case; coupled system
Summary:
In this part we weaken the sufficient condition to obtain the stresses continuous and bounded in the threedimensional case, and we treat a certain coupled system.
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