By C. Truesdell (auth.)
The lectures the following said have been first added in August and September, 1965, for the dept of Mechanical and Aerospace Engi neering at syracuse college, manhattan below the sponsorship of the hot York kingdom technological know-how and know-how beginning. Lectures 1-6 and 22-23 are revised from a model ready by way of Professor relatives N. Tong at the foundation of a transcription of the lectures, kindly supplied by means of Professor S. Eskinazi. the rest of th~ textual content has been written out afresh from my very own notes. a lot of an analogous flooring was once coated in my lectures to the Austra lian Mathematical Society's summer season examine Institute at Melbourne in January and February, 1966, and for the components affected the textual content conforms to this latter presentation. i'm thankful to Professors C.-C. Wang and okay. N. Tong for feedback of the manuscript. those lectures represent a path, now not a treatise. Names are hooked up to theorems justly, to the simplest of my wisdom, yet should not meant to exchange a historical past of the topic or references to the sources.
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What is left from our analysis is a particular class of homogeneous motions which can be effected in any unconstrained homogeneous simple body by application of suitable boundary tractions. In other words, a class solutions for all homogeneous unconstrained bodies has been found. Of~ These particular solutions generally remain non-singular only for a finite interval of time. By assumption, det f(O) = det fO + O. Then the motion. l. l is an arbitrary tensor, possibly singular, nothing can be said in general about its proper numbers.
Some steps may be taken to delimit the class of functiona1s satisfying these axioms, but in these lectures I shall treat only a special case, which is still general enough to include all the older theories of and most of the more recent ones. c~ntinua The special case is called the simple material. Simple Materials. 24) where ~O(t) is a place in X, possibly moving, in the reference configuration ~,and ~O is a fixed place E(t), which is the deformation gradient, is a non-singular tensor that does not depend on X.
1) shows that ij Hence the totality of all solutions g~ _1 L-1 -- F-H • is also a solution if forms a group, the isotropy of the material at the particle whose place in the reference configuration ~ is unimodular group U: ~. 4) The isotropy group is the collection of all static density-preserving deformations from Ie at X that cannot be detected by experiment. Alternatively we may describe the isotropy group as the group of material synunetries. for every We have proved that every material has a non-empty' isotropy group Ie and X.