By Valeriy A. Buryachenko (auth.)

ISBN-10: 0387368272

ISBN-13: 9780387368276

ISBN-10: 0387684859

ISBN-13: 9780387684857

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As is customary in continuum mechanics studies, material properties and ﬁelds are expressed in tensor form in this book. g. in [99], [1028], [1068] presenting the tensor theory not only as an autonomous mathematical discipline, but also as a preparation for theories of continuum mechanics. The special applications of tensors are described in the books [722], [1114]. The books [21], [364] provide an introduction to the theories of linear elasticity and nonlinear elasticity. , in the books [398], [410], [995], [1015], [1082], [832], [722], and [1098].

32) in the direction M at x. The quality λ(M) − 1 is called the extension ratio in the direction M, while |dξ| − |dx| is the extension. 22 Valeriy A. Buryachenko The deformed states of the body in the vicinity of P 0 are deﬁned the strain tensor speciﬁed by the displacement u. 34) Hereafter the values referred to the variables ξ are marked by the symbol ˜. In many practical applications, it is possible to neglect the products of derivatives in Eqs. 34). Then the coincidence of the tensors of Green and Almansi yields the well-known inﬁnitesimal strain expression: ε = Defu, εij (x) = 1 ∂ui ∂uj .

If q0 ≡ 0, Eq. 129) describes heat exchange of the third kind called Newton’s law. The conditions α∂E = ∞ and q0 ≡ 0 reduce Eq. 129) to the boundary conditions of the ﬁrst kind. We obtain the second kind of boundary conditions if α∂E ≡ 0. 129). ” We will consider the uncoupled quasistatic thermoelasticity theory [ρ¨ u≡0 in Eq. 127) and T0 αT : ε˙ ≡ 0 in Eq. 128)], where the temperature ﬁeld is determined by Eq. 128) with no inﬂuence of the latent heat due to the change of strain. It takes place according to so-called body force analogy [197] asserting that {u, ε, σ} is a solution of the mixed problem of thermoelastostatics corresponding to the external loading conditions (b, t∂E σ , u∂Eu , θ) on E ∪ ∂E σ ∪ ∂Eu if and only if {u, ε, σ − α} is a solution of the mixed problem of elastostatic corresponding to the external loading (b + 1/ρ∇α, t∂E σ − α · n, u∂Eu ) on E ∪ ∂E σ ∪ ∂Eu .

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