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Intersects the only partition. Nature of non-uniqueness of the deformation gradient and rotation fields in multi-connected domain is determined by a number of intersections of multiplicative integration contour with partitions Tm and, besides, by an order of passage about the pipes. 26) C = C . Q I Q 2 Q1, c = c . Q~I. Q1, etc. where Qk (k = 1, 2) are determined by A Qk = C-~(M)" ~M (E + d r . H ) . e. it must circumvent a unique pipe. 26) are different. Such character of multi-valuedness of A(r) in a multi-connected body does not appear in linear theory.
It follows, in particular, that, in spite of dependence of vector basis im on the coordinates Yk, the relation of components in this bases of P with components of the tensor A t and the vector I t is the same in all points of homogeneous body. A similar statement is true for operators ¢, w, ~. In what follows, the coaxiality theorem will be of major importance. Theorem. Assume that in some motion of gyrotropic medium, for a fixed particle, there exists a unit vector i having properties: a) i and I are coUinear vectors for all t, s; b) i is an eigenvector of tensor At(s) for all t, s.
V . e . 6O)da J~~k[R_. (V. (ek. 5O_)) - R+. (V. (ek. 5¢+))] da k +~bk" ~k V . e k . ~ + d a = 0. k Here, a' is a closed surface constituted by a and both sides of all the cuts By the divergence theorem on a surface (Zubov 1982), the integral over a' vanishes. 9). From orthogonality of the tensor A it follows that A T. (~A is skew-symmetric. Hence the stationary state of the functional A1 implies the tensor C T. 19), to symmetry of Cauchy stress tensor and provides the balance of moments of all the forces acting on any part of the body (Lurie 1970).
Crystal Structures: Lattices and Solids in Stereoview by M Ladd