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A thermo-elasto-plastic theory for special Cosserat rods

A general framework is presented to model coupled thermo-elasto-plastic deformations in the theory of special Cosserat rods. The use of the one-dimensional form of the energy balance in conjunction with the one-dimensional entropy balance allows us to obtain an additional equation for the evolution of a temperature-like one-dimensional field variable together with constitutive relations for this theory. Reduction to the case of thermoelasticity leads us to the well known nonlinear theory of thermoelasticity for special Cosserat rods.

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Research Associate/Postdoc position at IIT Delhi

Job title: Research Associate/Postdoc

Minimum qualification: PhD in Solid Mechanics/Mathematics

Research area: Thermoelastic Modeling of nano and Contunuum Rods – A Molecular Approach

Salary: Rs 36000 per month + 30% HRA

Walk in interview: 3rd of Nov 2016 in Department of Applied Mechanics, IIT Delhi

Contact person: Prof. Ajeet Kumar, ajeetk@am.iitd.ac.in

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PhD Studentship: Numerical modelling of fault formation, Imperial College, London, UK

PhD Studentship: Numerical modelling of fault formation

IMPERIAL COLLEGE, LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 15 NOVEMBER 2012

***UK/EU Student Funding*** - ***Any International Student will require additional tuition payment***

Thermoelasticity

Dear Fellows,

 I am working in the field of thermoelasticity deformation, I need a book to understand the basics of this field.

 

thermoelastic deformation

by Dorin Leson

 

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Read Dr Marcin Kaminski's Sept Editorial for Proceedings-of-ICE journal for free here.

Read Dr Marcin Kaminski's (Technical University
of Lodz)
September 2011 Editorial for ICE-journal Engineering and Computational Mechanics for free here.

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Strain Energy Derivation

Dear Sirs,

I'm trying to derive an strain energy in a small volume 2a x 2b x 2t.

I can derive "The rest terms are ommited" by myself . 

By the way, I can't derive the DT2 term in the 2nd row of the figure.

Please help with reference or tips.

 Thanks,

Jin Kim

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