Analytical mechanics by Fowles G.R., Cassiday G.L.

By Fowles G.R., Cassiday G.L.

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1 Boundary value problem in 1D elasticity: (a) initial configuration (solid line) and deformed configuration (dashed line) producing free-end displacement u(l) under uniform stress field σ, (b) 1D model, (c) constitutive law of linear elasticity, (d) constitutive law of nonlinear elasticity. dx from the initial configuration remains approximately the same, since the mapping into deformed configuration is defined according to ⎛ ⎞ 2 ⎜ ⎟ ⎜1 + du + 1 d u dx⎟ dx ≈ dx ⎝ ⎠ 2 dx 2 dx 1 ≈0 Therefore, one can keep the coordinates defined in the initial configuration for any operation where such an infinitesimal segment would enter, such as differentiation or integration in the deformed configuration.

Dx from the initial configuration remains approximately the same, since the mapping into deformed configuration is defined according to ⎛ ⎞ 2 ⎜ ⎟ ⎜1 + du + 1 d u dx⎟ dx ≈ dx ⎝ ⎠ 2 dx 2 dx 1 ≈0 Therefore, one can keep the coordinates defined in the initial configuration for any operation where such an infinitesimal segment would enter, such as differentiation or integration in the deformed configuration. Furthermore, in this manner the infinitesimal strain field which is really applied in the deformed configuration can be represented in the initial configuration and so can the stress field.

This means that two scales are sufficiently separated to allow for the computational procedure to be split in two separate phases. We then present the strong coupling of the scales, where such a split in not allowed, and where one has to adapt the computational procedure to the constant communication between two scales. The key notion of the coupling between two scales is discussed in detail, showing both the displacement-based coupling (which provides the equivalent result to upper or Voigt bound in homogenization theory) and force-based coupling (equivalent to lower or Reuss bound).

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