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Two of the equilibrium equations without body force are satisfied provided that p = p( r) is at most a function of r, and the third reduces to dTrr/dr = (Too - Trr)/r = K 2(31 (K 2)fr, in which everYthing depends only on r. p. Integration over the end face n = ez shows that a normal force N =2rr foRo Turdr must be applied to constrain the length L of the bar in a pure torsion. With the aid of (17)2 and upon integrating by parts the term in Trr• we find that N = -rrD 2 1Ro r 3 [S1(r2 D 2 ) - 2S-1(r2 D 2 )]dr.
Treloar, L. R. : The Physics of Rubber Elasticity. 3rd Edition, Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1975. 15. : The Nonlinear Field Theories of Mechanics. Fltigge's Handbuch der Physik, lll/3, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York, 1965. Seven Lectures on Finite Elasticity 49 LECTURE3 HYPERELASTIC CELLULAR SOLIDS • THE GENT-THOMAS MODEL Here we study the Gent-Thomas microstructural model for an irregular, open-cell foamed elastomer. The strain energy function and the corresponding constitutive equation relating the engineering stress tensor to the engineering strain tensor for small deformations will be derived from the basic microstructural cell model.
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A History of Astronomy from Thales to Kepler (2nd Edition) (Dover Books on Astronomy) by J. L. E. Dreyer