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In this case the composite w i l l be transversely isotropic w i t h the axis of isotropy directed along the common normal m to the surfaces of the inclusions. Eq. 93) for the tensor of the effective moduli of elasticity C, takes the form 0 2 Ai = n (^-na Q ^ \ 2 0 1 , /2 (^-n-a Q ^ 2 A = n 2 0 2 where the coefficients Qt, Q and A%, A are given by Eq. If 7 >• 1 then, w i t h i n the accuracy of the terms of order 7 , the expression for A\ and A has the form 2 2 - 1 2 = 7T(2 - Kg) 16/i 7 0 2°. Inclusions _ 7r(4 - ' KQ) 16/

I t turns out that the value of A does not depend strongly on the concentration of the fillers. I t is determined by the values of the parameters 7 and £ = ap /2kp w aE /2hEnThe minimal value of A averaged over all specimens is achieved for the value of 7 approximately equal to {a/2h). The graph of A ( £ ) is given by the solid line i n Fig. 4. The "experimental" values of A are represented by the small circles, the scale along £ axis is logarithmic. The maximum value of the relative difference for all samples w i t h the same value of the parameter £, but different values of r = | 7 r n ( a ) was selected as A .

Let us multiply both parts of Eq. 87) by the tensor A°(m) and average the result over the ensemble of random orientations and properties of inclusions. Solving the obtained equation for the tensor ^ A ° ( m ) e , ( m ) ) we have 0 0 0 1 (A (m) ,(m)> = [ / - (A (m)A(m))]- (A°(m)) . (m) can be found i f we substitute ( A ° ( m ) e , ( m ) ) from Eq. 89) into the right-hand side of Eq. 83). 32 The mean values of the strain and stress fields follow from Eq. 90) dx'. 91) In obtaining Eqs. 91) we take into account the relation = (A°(m)£»(m)).