strain tensor

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strain tensor

[′strān ‚ten·sər]
(mechanics)
A second-rank tensor whose components are the nine possible strains.
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Green-Lagrange strain tensor E and Almansi-Euler strain tensor e, respectively, by the left and right Green deformation tensors B and C derived.
According to engineering strain relations with each component of Green-Lagrange strain between the availability axially stretched rubber specimens, the maximum principal engineering strain is
The strain and strain rate states are described using Green-Lagrange strain and strain rate tensors, respectively, and are nonlinear dependences without any linearisation.
ij] are the incremental components of the Green-Lagrange strain tensor, [C.
In both cases the strain is stated by the Green-Lagrange strain tensor [8]
3] are invariants of the Green-Lagrange strain tensor [E.
alpha][epsilon]] represents the components of the Green-Lagrange strain tensor.
Based on the deformation gradient multiplicative standard decomposition into deviatoric and volumetric parts and assuming a selective (or averaged or smoothed) numerical integration for the volumetric part of F, the derived strain-displacement matrix, directly obtained by linearization of the Green-Lagrange strain tensor, can be classified within the so-called B-bar methods.