Some Constitutive Restrictions in Plasticity.
CALIFORNIA UNIV BERKELEY DEPT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
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An account is given here of some recent results in the mechanical theory of finitely deformed elastic-plastic materials, which are chiefly concerned with some constitutive restrictions. These restrictions are discussed both in the context of the general theory and for special materials. The development presented includes also a discussion of an alternative formulation of plasticity theory relative to loading surfaces in strain space and elaborates on its significance, as well as several of its features. Author