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G. Stratis ∂2 U(r, t). 3) where cp , cs are the phase velocities of the longitudinal and the transverse wave, respectively, given by cp = λ + 2μ , cs = μ . 3) is given by μ Δu(r) + (λ + μ) grad div u(r) + ω 2 u(r) = 0. 5) (which will be considered from now on) is given by (Δ∗ + ω 2 ) u(r) = 0. 7) As is well known, under the following assumptions for the Lam´e constants: μ > 0, λ + 2μ > 0, it can be proved that the Navier equation is uniformly strictly elliptic; hence, the medium sustains both longitudinal and transverse waves.

4) in R For this, let R be a thin domain constructed as in Proposition 2 and let 1/ ρ be a sequence with ρ → +∞ such that ρτ2 → +∞ and α1 ρ → 0. Deﬁne ˜ = ρ R , that is, R ˜ = {(x1 , x ) : 0 < x1 < ρ L, |x | < ρ g (x1 )} , R 1/ →0 then 0 < ρ g (x1 ) ≤ α1 ρ −→ 0 and τ˜ = τ ρ2 →0 −→ +∞. Observe that if we also require a Dirichlet boundary condition in ΓL , we can relax the conditions on γ in Proposition 2 and in particular the condition γ(L) ˙ ≤ 0 can be dropped. Hence, we can show the following.

The constraints on A reduce its characteristic equation to A4 = A3 . A has then the eigenvalues 1, 0, 0, and 0 without necessarily being diagonalizable. 27) where 3 , 4 = 0 or 1. 27). The special solutions χ = (2/ρ)A, of rank 1 (A2 = A) or 2 (A3 = A2 ), are interpreted as neutral or charged cosmic strings, respectively. 25) of rank 3 (A3 = A2 ) is interpreted as a superconducting cosmic string [AzCl96, Az08]. 8) which results in new solutions. , if S 5 5 = 1 and/or S 4 5 = 0. From this perspective, three examples have been given, two in Ref.