By Jerald L Ericksen, Millard F Beatty, Michael A Hayes
"This publication is a special and complete choice of pioneering contributions to the mechanics of crystals through J.L. Ericksen, a widespread and prime contributor to the examine of the mechanics and arithmetic of crystalline solids during the last 35 years. "It provides a superb corpus of analysis papers that conceal parts on crystal symmetry, constitutive equations, defects and section transitions - all themes of present value to a extensive team of workers within the box. each one workforce of papers or chapters within the e-book is preceded by means of a precis advent that describes how the papers on that subject healthy jointly, and within which Ericksen sketches the context of every paper and stocks with the reader his considering and insightfulness in writing it. the quantity, edited through across the world well known students whose works in finite elasticity and continuum mechanics have seemed in various books and prestigious journals released during the last 4 a long time, additionally encompasses a short autobiography through Ericksen. In it he describes his formative years in Oregon, his wartime studies, his pupil days and postgraduate examine, his creation to clinical paintings, and what influenced him in his study. An English translation and revision of the 1st paper during this quantity, initially released in Russian, appears to be like right here for the 1st time.
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If there is any other sensible reason to restrict the group, it escapes me. The remaining discussion applies to the full group or to restrictions deriving from (11) and (30). By itself, (29) is a bit awkward, for the possible subsets of m's and R's do not neatly divide into two separate groups. This induces some concern, for the group is much larger than that which has been used, with success, in the theory of infinitesimal deformations. However, the two are not as different as might first appear.
R. S. * Volterra dislocations in nonlinearly elastic bodies, Analele Stiintifwe Univ. "AI. /. * On the formulation of St. Venant's problem, Nonlinear Analysis and Mechanics: Heriot-Watt Symposium (ed. R. J. * Transformation theory for some continuum theories, Iran. J. Sci. Tech. * Research on the Mechanics of Continuous Media? ed. V. N. Nikolaevski, MIR, Moscow (1977). Rational Mech. Anal. 66,1 -18 (1977). On the symmetry and stability of thermoelastic solids, J. Appl. Mech. 45, 740-744 (1978).
On one hand, it provides a stockpile, from which the crystallographic groups are selected. On the other, it plays the role of a basic invariance group, for strain energy functions of elastic crystals, in the studies of ERICKSEN [4, 5] and PARRY [6, 7]. A point group P is a subgroup of the orthogonal group with the following properties: there exists some fixed set of lattice vectors ea such that, for each QeP, there is some MeG with Qea = mbaeb. 4) In most work on crystal elasticity, it is not G, but a point group which serves as the basic invariance group.
Mechanics and Mathematics of Crystals: Selected Papers of J L Ericksen by Jerald L Ericksen, Millard F Beatty, Michael A Hayes