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- The development of a general mathematical model and solution methodologies, to examine the behavior of thin structural elements such as beams, rings, and arches, subjected to large nonisothermal elastoviscoplastic deformations is presented. Thus, geometric as well as material type nonlinearities of higher order are present in the analysis. For this purpose a complete true abinito rate theory of kinematics and kinetics for thin bodies, without any restriction on the magnitude of the transformation is presented. A previously formulated elasto-thermo-viscoplastic material constitutive law is employed in the analysis. The methodology is demonstrated through three different straight and curved beams problems.
- NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Collection.
- Document ID: 19880012142.
Accession ID: 88N21526.
NASA. Lewis Research Center, Nonlinear Constitutive Relations for High Temperature Applications, 1986; p 437-459.
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