Nonlinear Elasticity and Theoretical Mechanics: In Honour of A. E. Green

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Overview

The pioneering and wide-ranging research of A. E. Green—one of the outstanding British researchers in theoretical and applied mechanics—is the subject of this important new volume. Featuring sixteen up-to-date research papers written by his eminent colleagues and friends, the book covers a variety of topics from thermodynamics to problems associated with crystals; linear, nonlinear and fibre-reinforced elastic materials; and viscoplastic and granular materials. Perfect for students and researchers alike, Nonlinear Elasticity and Theoretical Mechanics is a superb tribute to the work of one of England's great scientists.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780198534860
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
  • Publication date: 9/28/1994
  • Pages: 288
  • Product dimensions: 6.38 (w) x 9.50 (h) x 0.84 (d)

Meet the Author

University of California, Berkeley

University of Nottingham

University of Nottingham

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Table of Contents

1. Quasistatic Cycles in Dynamic Linear Thermoelasticity
2. The Second-order Deformation of an Incompressible Isotropic Slab Under Torsion
3. Reversible and Non-dissipative Processes
4. Convexity Consideration for the Biharmonic Equation in Place Polars with Applications to Elasticity
5. Bending of a Beam or Wide Strip
6. Finite-amplitude Waves in Deformed Mooney-rivlin Materials
7. Continuum Theory for Biaxial Nematic Liquid Crystals
8. Fourier-transform Solution of a Boussinesq Problem for a Hexagonally Aelotropic Elastic Half-space
9. Asymptotic and Other Estimates for a Similinear Elliptic Equation in a Cylinder
10. Closure of an Arc Crack in an Isotropic HomogeneousMaterial Due to Unaxial Loading
11. Linear Dynamical Stability in Constrained Thermoelasticity I. Deformation—Temperature Constraints
12. Linear Dynamical Stability in Constrained Thermoelasticity II. Deformation—Entropy Constraints
13. Deformations of an Elastic, Internally Constrained MaterialPart 2: Non-homogeneous Deformations
14. Finite Deformations of a Fibre-reinforced Cantilever: Distributed-load Solutions
15. Gravity Flow of a Granular Material in Compression BetweenVertical Walls and Through a Tapering Vertical Channel
16. On the Dynamical Theory of Rigid-viscoplastic Materials

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