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When |σ12 | > k, ε˙ 12 , by definition for a simple viscoplastic material, is proportional to |σ12 | − k and has the same sign as σ12 . 63) and where η is the coefficient of viscosity. 22]. 63). 66) where E ijkl are the instantaneous elastic moduli. 64a) are purely deviatoric, since ∂F/∂σij = σij /2 is deviatoric. 66) may be written as σ˙ mn = (3λ + 2μ) ε˙ mn involve no volume change. Thus, in the multiaxial case, ε˙ ijc is a deviatoric tensor. 67a) σ˙ eq = and σ˙ ij = 2μ ε˙ ij − ε˙ ij . 68) where σ is the uniaxial stress and t is the time.

17 18 21 22 28 Properties of Materials .......................... 1 The Continuum Approximation ...... 2 Equilibrium Properties .................. 3 Dissipative Properties ................... 4 Transport Properties of Materials .... 5 Measurement Principles for Material Properties .................. 33 34 35 38 43 References .................................................. 2 31 46 these properties. In conclusion the chapter presents several useful principles for experimental mechanists to consider when measuring and applying values of material properties.

Principal methods for the observation and determination of structure are described. The structural foundations for phenomenological descriptions of equilibrium, dissipative, and transport properties are described. 1 Structure of Materials ........................... 1 Atomic Bonding ........................... 2 Classification of Materials .............. 3 Atomic Order ............................... 4 Equilibrium and Kinetics ............... 5 Observation and Characterization of Structure .................................

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