Advanced Topics, Volume 2, Non-Linear Finite Element by M. A. Crisfield

By M. A. Crisfield

Crisfield's first and moment books are very good resources for a person from varied disiplines. His luck could be attributed to explaining the fabrics of their easy types and to his notations that's effortless to stick to. ranging from 1D nonlinear truss parts to 3D beam-column parts, all suggestions are defined similarly so when you are into it, you may stick with the textual content. I quite often studied his paintings on finite rotations, and arc-length algorithms.

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150) which demonstrates the objectivity of the Jaumann rate, 2,. Very similar procedures can be used to demonstrate the objectivity of the other stress rates that have been discussed. 9 SPECIAL NOTATION Scalars B , - B , = principal values of B J = det(F) S, - S, = principal values of S V = power/initial unit volume T , - 7 , = principal values of z E , - E, = principal values of E E , - E , = principal values of E p = shear modulus 4 = strain energy SPECIAL NOTATION i = stretch 3. 85b) C = FTF= (right) Cauchy Green tensor D = constitutive (stress-strain moduli) matrices or tensors E = Green strains E = General strain measure related to Lagrangian triad E , = Biot strain (related to Lagrangian triad) F = deformation gradient I = identity matrix I, = fourth order unit tensor L = velocity gradient, a‘v/dx 0 = stress conjugate to ‘log,U’ P = first Piola-Kirchhoff stress (or ‘nominal stress’) Q = orthogonal matrix containing principal directions (N‘s or n’s) Q(N) = contains the Lagrangian triad Q(n)= contains the Eulerian or spatial triad R = rotation matrix S = second Piola-Kirchhoff stresses S = stresses conjugate to A U = right-stretch V = left-stretch W = RRT (antisymmetric) = spin of the Eulerian triad relative to the Lagrangian trial W, = (antisymmetric) spin of the Eulerian triad = Q(n)Q(n)T W, = (antisymmetric) spin of the Lagrangian triad = Q(N)Q(N)T bij = Kronecker delta ( = 1, i = j ; = 0, i # j ) 23 MORE CONTINUUM MECHANICS 24 t?

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49) coincides with (1 I . 12). 6b) we used the covariant components and the reciprocal, contravariant, base vectors e'-e2. The same procedure will now be applied to a second-order tensor, A (such as stress or strain). This process leads to + A13e,e3+ A2'e2e1+ A = A,jeieJ= A l l e ' e l + Al2e'e2+ A13e1e3 + A12e2e1+ ... 15b) (Note that A # [ A i j ] and that, in this chapter, we are changing our normal notation whereby the matrix abT or a @ b is the outer product of the vectors a and b so that, instead, the matrix is given by ab).

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