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By Tarek I. Zohdi, Peter Wriggers (auth.), Tarek I. Zohdi, Peter Wriggers (eds.)

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ISBN-13: 9783540228202

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We call v a ”test” function. If we Ω def were to add a condition that we do this for all ( = ∀) possible ”test” functions then Ω (∇ · σ + f ) · v dΩ = Ω r · v dΩ = 0, ∀v, implies r = 0. Therefore 1 Throughout this chapter, we consider only static linear elasticity, at infinitesimal strains, and specialize approaches later for nonlinear and time dependent problems. I. Zohdi and P. Wriggers: Introd. to Comput. , LNACM 20, pp. 37–43, 2005. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2005 38 3 Fundamental weak formulations v = test function r = residual another test function Fig.

53) One interpretation is that of a generalized decomposition of the energy into pieces associated with the principle directions of the the elasticity tensor in matrix form. , 6, must be positive. 3 Material constant interpretation There are a variety of ways to write isotropic constitutive laws each time with a physically meaningful pair of material constants. Splitting the strain It is sometimes important to split infinitesimal strains into two physically meaningful parts tr tr = 1+( − 1) . 55) J = det F = det( 1 + ∇X u ).

6, must be positive. 3 Material constant interpretation There are a variety of ways to write isotropic constitutive laws each time with a physically meaningful pair of material constants. Splitting the strain It is sometimes important to split infinitesimal strains into two physically meaningful parts tr tr = 1+( − 1) . 55) J = det F = det( 1 + ∇X u ). Its expansion yields J = det(1 + ∇X u) ≈ 1 + tr∇X u + O(∇X u) = 1 + tr + .... Therefore with infinitesimal strains (1 + tr )dω0 = dω we can write tr = dω−dω0 dω0 .

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