By Tarek I. Zohdi, Peter Wriggers (auth.), Tarek I. Zohdi, Peter Wriggers (eds.)
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Under these conditions we have κ = λ + 32 µ = 2(1+ν) E E κ κ 3(1−2ν) , µ = 2(1+ν) and µ = 3(1−2ν) . We observe that µ → ∞ which implies that ν → 12 , and µκ → 0 implies ⇒ ν → −1. 5 and 0 < E < ∞. 5. e. it could be positive or negative. 4 Consequences of positive-deﬁniteness With a positive-deﬁnite linear elastic material law, at inﬁnitesimal strains, the solution is unique, in other words, there exists only one solution. 61) and the speciﬁed traction boundary conditions on Γt and speciﬁed displacement boundary conditions on Γu , Γt ∪ Γu = ∂Ω.
3. 1 Testing procedures 47 If the eﬀective response is assumed isotropic then only one test loading (instead of usually six), containing non-zero dilatational ( tr3σ and tr3 ) and def def deviatoric components (σ = σ − trσ I and = − tr I), is necessary to de3 3 termine the eﬀective bulk and shear moduli: def 3κ∗ = tr σ 3 Ω tr 3 Ω and def 2µ∗ = σ Ω Ω : σ : Ω Ω . 4) We note that even if the aggregate response is not purely isotropic, one can interpret the above expressions as generalizations of isotropic responses.
The Principle of Minimum Complementary Potential Energy As in the primal case, a similar process is repeated using the complementary weak formulation. We deﬁne a complementary norm def 0 ≤ ||σ − γ|| 2E −1 (Ω) = (σ − γ) : IE −1 : (σ − γ) dΩ = A(σ − γ, σ − γ). 8) Ω Again, by direct manipulation, we have ||σ − γ||2E −1 (Ω) = A(σ − γ, σ − γ) = A(σ, σ) + A(γ, γ) − 2A(σ, γ) = A(γ, γ) − A(σ, σ) − 2A(σ, γ) + 2A(σ, σ) = A(γ, γ) − A(σ, σ) − 2A(σ, γ − σ) = A(γ, γ) − A(σ, σ) − 2G(γ − σ) = A(γ, γ) − 2G(γ) − (A(σ, σ) − 2G(σ)) = 2K(γ) − 2K(σ), def where we deﬁne K(γ) = 12 A(γ, γ) − G(γ) = u dA.
An Introduction to Computational Micromechanics: Corrected Second Printing by Tarek I. Zohdi, Peter Wriggers (auth.), Tarek I. Zohdi, Peter Wriggers (eds.)