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Plasticity theory and multipolar continuum mechanics

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  26 February 2010

A. E. Green
Affiliation:
The University, Newcastle upon Tyne
P. M. Naghdi
Affiliation:
University of California, Berkeley, California

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A general theory of an elastic-plastic continuum which is valid for non-isothermal deformation and which includes explicit restrictions derived from thermodynamics has been given recently by Green and Naghdi [2]. In the development of this theory, the analysis was carried out for a symmetric plastic strain tensor, although it was noted that it is possible to use instead a plastic strain tensor which is nonsymmetric and this would require only a slight modification of the results.

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Copyright © University College London 1965

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1. Green, A. E. and Rivlin, R. S., Arch. Rational Mech. Anal, 17 (1964), 113.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
2. Green, A. E. and Naghdi, P. M., Arch. Rational Mech. Anal, 18 (1965), 251.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
3. Kröner, E., J. Math, and Phys., 42 (1963), 27.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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