By Kirchner E., Reese St., Wriggers P.
A two-dimensional finite aspect approach is built for big deformation plasticity. valuable axes are used for the outline of the cloth behaviour, and using vital logarithmic stretches results in specific formulae for finite deformation issues of huge elastic and plastic lines. an effective go back mapping set of rules and the corresponding constant tangent are derived and utilized to aircraft pressure difficulties. examples exhibit the functionality of the proposed formula.
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A Finite Element Method for Plane Stress Problems with Large Elastic and Plastic Deformations by Kirchner E., Reese St., Wriggers P.