Measure concept in mechanics

Seth, B. R. (1966) Measure concept in mechanics International Journal of Non-Linear Mechanics, 1 (1). pp. 35-40. ISSN 0020-7462

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It is shown that the use of generalized measures helps (1) to bridge the gulf between the microscopic and macroscopic description of physical phenomenon; (2) to eliminate semi-empirical conditions like Tresca and von Mises and creep strain laws like those of Norton; (3) to simplify constitutive equations by prescribing a priori the order of the measure of a deformation; (4) the elimination of additional response coefficients; (5) a greater coordination between the theoretical and experimental results.

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