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38) The characteristic of the stress ﬁeld, namely the power λ in Eq. 33, is dependent not only on the combination of material but also on the shape of the edge (the angles of materials 1 and 2 near the interface edge, ϕ1 and ϕ2 ). λ = 1 − p, which is evaluated by Eq. 34, is not equal to 1/2 in general. The singularity appears in 0 < p < 1, while it does not in 1 < p. It should be noted that Eq. 34 sometimes has two solutions, which means the combined singularity appears in the vicinity of the interface edge.

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