By Omri Rand;Vladimir Rovenski
* complete textbook/reference applies mathematical equipment and glossy symbolic computational tools to anisotropic elasticity * Presents unified method of an unlimited range of structural types * state of the art ideas are supplied for a variety of composite fabric configurations, together with: 3-D anisotropic our bodies, 2-D anisotropic plates, laminated and thin-walled constructions
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8 In a state of equilibrium under the action of surface loads Fs and body force Fb , the strain energy, U, is equal to half of the work that would be done by surface and body loads (of magnitude equal to their values in the equilibrium state) by acting through the displacements from the unstressed state to the equilibrium state, namely, 2U = SL Fs · u + B Fb · u. 124), which is set for a small virtual perturbation of the displacements and not their magnitude in the equilibrium state. 3 Theorem of Reciprocity Consider two observations of the response of a given elastic body to two different systems of (1) (1) loads.
The resulting diagrams are shown in Fig. 12. Note that each surface is plotted over the valid area of Mohr’s diagram only. 6. ). ). 11: The angles ψ and θ that transform a principal stress state for each σN , σT point. 5 One may define the mean shear stress, σ0T , by integrating τT over the surface, ω, of an infinitesimally small sphere, the center of which is located at the point under discussion. This operation may be expressed as 1 S(ω) σ0T = lim ω→0 ω σ2T = 2 Θ4 . 115) The above relation connects the mean shear stress with the principal stresses.
These measures serve as the basis to the well known Theorem of Minimum Potential Energy, the Theorem of Minimum Complementary Energy and the Theorem of Reciprocity. 1 The Theorem of Minimum Potential Energy Suppose that a body of volume B and surface S = SL + SD , has reached equilibrium under the action of distributed load Fs over the SL part of its surface, and body force, Fb , that applies at each material point. The deformation u = (u1 , u2 , u3 ) over the remaining SD part of the surface is known as well.
Analytical Methods in Elasticity by Omri Rand;Vladimir Rovenski