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By Rand O., Rovenski V.

This paintings makes a speciality of mathematical equipment and glossy symbolic computational instruments required to resolve basic and complicated difficulties in anisotropic elasticity. particular functions are awarded to the category of difficulties which are encountered within the theory.Key good points: specific emphasis is put on the choice of analytic method for a selected challenge and the opportunity of symbolic computational innovations to help and improve the analytic method of problem-solving · the actual interpretation of tangible and approximate mathematical strategies is carefully tested and offers new insights into the concerned phenomena · state of the art ideas are supplied for quite a lot of composite fabric configurations constructed via the authors, together with nonlinear difficulties and complicated research of laminated and thin-walled buildings · plentiful photograph examples, together with animations, additional facilitate an knowing of the most steps within the resolution technique.

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153) type integral JL = l 0 [( dθ 2 ) + λ1 cos θ + λ2 sin θ] ds → min. 136) depends on the parameters λ1 , λ2 and has the form of −2 d2θ + λ2 cos θ − λ1 sin θ = 0. 163) where θ = θ + ∆θ and µ = 21 λ21 + λ22 . This new problem is now associated with the modified boundary conditions and constraints, which are written with the transformed values (x1 , y1 ), (x2 , y2 ). Subsequently, the above problem should be solved under the conditions of θ1 = θ1 + ∆θ at (x1 , y1 ) and θ2 = θ2 + ∆θ at (x2 , y2 ).

107) −ΘD 2 . The second invariant is defined by σDP 1 2σP2 − σP1 − σP3 √ 2 = . e. σP1 ≥ σP2 ≥ σP3 , this invariant is bounded as |Θ5 | ≤ π/6. 109) which allows graphical interpretation of Θ4 and Θ5 as presented in Fig. 6(a). 2 Visualizing the State of Stress at a Point Many visualization methods of the state of stress at a point have been discussed extensively in the literature. In view of the powerful modern visualization tools, the classical methods seem less attractive and important. We will describe the main ideas in this area briefly.

More specifically, for a given stress tensor in one coordinate system, we wish to determine the six independent stress components of the same tensor as seen by another coordinate system. 206)) as the Ti j element of the corresponding transformation tensor, and define the (symmetric) second-order stress tensor as ⎤ ⎡ σ11 σ12 σ13 σ = ⎣ σ12 σ22 σ23 ⎦ . 90) σ13 σ23 σ33 Hence, the components of the stress tensor in the new system, σ = {σi j }, are obtained by the standard tensor transformation σi j = σab Tia T jb .

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