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Nonlinear Elasticity

Nonlinear Elasticity
Theory and Applications

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R. W. Ogden, M. F. Beatty, G. Saccomandi, C. O. Horgan, J. M. Hill, Ph. Boulanger, M. Hayes, D. M. Haughton, D. J. Steigmann, Y.-C. Chen, Y. B. Fu, H.-H. Dai, R. Abeyaratne, K. Bhattacharya , J. K. Knowles
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  • Date Published: May 2001
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521796958

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  • Nonlinear elasticity is concerned with nonlinear effects associated with deformations of elastic bodies subjected to external forces or temperature variations. It has important applications in many areas, including the aerospace and rubber industries, and biomechanics. This book, written by a group of leading researchers invited especially for the purpose, provides an up-to-date and concise account of the fundamentals of the theory of nonlinear elasticity and a comprehensive review of several major current research directions in this important field. It combines the characteristics of coherence and detail found in standard treatises with the strength and freshness of research articles. The emphasis is placed firmly on coverage of modern topics and recent developments rather than on the very theoretical approach often found. The book will be an excellent reference source for both beginners and specialists in engineering, applied mathematics and physics. It is also ideally suited for graduate courses.

    • Up-to-date and concise account of finite elasticity, covering recent developments in the field
    • A comprehensive collection of known results and references about the subject, presented and discussed in a coherent manner
    • Written by leading reseachers in the field
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    • Date Published: May 2001
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521796958
    • length: 540 pages
    • dimensions: 229 x 152 x 30 mm
    • weight: 0.79kg
    • contains: 62 b/w illus. 5 tables
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Preface
    1. Elements of the theory of finite elasticity R. W. Ogden
    2. Hyperelastic Bell materials: retrospection, experiment, theory M. F. Beatty
    3. Universal results in finite elasticity G. Saccomandi
    4. Equilibrium solutions for compressible nonlinearly elastic materials C. O. Horgan
    5. Exact integrals and solutions for finite deformations of the incompressible Varga elastic materials J. M. Hill
    6. Shear Ph. Boulanger and M. Hayes
    7. Elastic membranes D. M. Haughton
    8. Elements of the theory of elastic surfaces D. J. Steigmann
    9. Singularity theory and nonlinear bifurcation analysis Y.-C. Chen
    10. Perturbation methods and nonlinear stability analysis Y. B. Fu
    11. Nonlinear dispersive waves in a circular rod composed of a Mooney-Rivlin material H.-H. Dai
    12. Strain-energy functions with multiple local minima: modeling phase transformations using finite thermo-elasticity R. Abeyaratne, K. Bhattacharya and J. K. Knowles
    13. Pseudo-elasticity and stress softening R. W. Ogden.

  • Editors

    Y. B. Fu, Keele University

    R. W. Ogden, University of Glasgow

    Contributors

    R. W. Ogden, M. F. Beatty, G. Saccomandi, C. O. Horgan, J. M. Hill, Ph. Boulanger, M. Hayes, D. M. Haughton, D. J. Steigmann, Y.-C. Chen, Y. B. Fu, H.-H. Dai, R. Abeyaratne, K. Bhattacharya , J. K. Knowles

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