elastodynamics

elastodynamics

[i¦la·stō·dī¦nam·iks]
(mechanics)
The study of the mechanical properties of elastic waves.
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However, wave-particle duality arises naturally in thetheory of Spacetime Continuum Elastodynamics (STCED) [57,58] which is briefly covered in the Appendix and is considered in greater detail in [44].
GROSS, A Unifying Theory for Nonlinear Additively and Multiplicatively Preconditioned Globalization Strategies: Convergence Results and Examples From the field of Nonlinear Elastostatics and Elastodynamics, PhD.
Jog, "A quadratic time finite element method for nonlinear elastodynamics within the context of hybrid finite elements," Applied Mathematics and Computation, vol.
Willis, "On modifications of Newton's second law and linear continuum elastodynamics," Proceedings of the Royal Society A, vol.
et al., "Effect of Compression Ring Elastodynamics Behaviour upon Blowby and Power Loss," SAE Technical Paper 2014-01-1669, 2014, doi:10.4271/2014-01-1669.
Several methodologies of analysis have been developed in the research field of geometric continuum mechanics [14, 15], limit analysis [16-19], homogenization [20], elastodynamics [21-25], thermal problems [26-28], random composites [29-32], and nonlocal and gradient formulations [33-38].
Kobayashi, "A fast BIEM for three-dimensional elastodynamics in time domain," Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, vol.
(2000) Existence of continuum complexity in the elastodynamics of repeated fault ruptures.
Transformation Wave Physics: Electromagnetics, Elastodynamics, and Thermodynamics
The equations of elastodynamics are used to reduce the constitutive form to an effective magnetoelectric material form which can then be used for the solution of EM waves in a magnetoelectric material.
Green's tensors and lattice sums for elastostatics and elastodynamics. Proc.