nonlinear material

nonlinear material

[′nän‚lin·ē·ər mə′tir·ē·əl]
(physics)
A material in which some specified influence (such as stress, electric field, or magnetic field) produces a response (such as strain, electric polarization, or magnetization) which is not proportional to the influence.
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Transient 3D Finite Element Simulations of the SIS100 Magnet Considering Anisotropic, Nonlinear Material Models for the Ferromagnetic Yoke.
Furthermore, for the analysis of the joint model, the finite element method is the numerical technique improved to deal with the studies such as complex structures in which conventional methods often fail, and nonlinear material properties [30].
The method is almost as fast as linear superposition of unit load cases (a common method used for linear structures), but it is now valid for finite straining and nonlinear material behavior.
[mathematical expression not reproducible] - Moment due to inner and outer section transverse bending stresses (nonlinear material)
Xiang et al., "Graphene nanobubbles: a new optical nonlinear material," Advanced Optical Materials, vol.
For both linear and nonlinear material models, the optimization problem behaves strictly convex, as long as the stress-strain-functions are extremely monotonic increasing.
In addition, nonlinear material properties were considered for both concrete and FRP material in this study as the failure mechanism of these pier systems is highly affected by the nonlinearity of each structural material [17].
Extended tube model was attempted to evaluate nonlinear material constants of the resultant NR/MWCNT nanocomposites of different weight fraction.
Here, the additive hyperelastic material is invoked to describe nonlinear material behaviors under large strains.

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