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A linearized consistent mixed displacement-pressure formulation for hyperelasticity / Chennakesava Kadapa; Mokarram Hossain

Mechanics of Advanced Materials and Structures, Pages: 1 - 18

Swansea University Authors: Chennakesava, Kadapa, Mokarram, Hossain

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We propose a novel mixed displacement-pressure formulation based on an energy functional that takes into account the relation between the pressure and the volumetric energy function. We demonstrate that the proposed two-field mixed displacement-pressure formulation is not only applicable for nearly...

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Published in: Mechanics of Advanced Materials and Structures
ISSN: 1537-6494 1537-6532
Published: Informa UK Limited
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title A linearized consistent mixed displacement-pressure formulation for hyperelasticity
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Mokarram, Hossain
title_short A linearized consistent mixed displacement-pressure formulation for hyperelasticity
title_full A linearized consistent mixed displacement-pressure formulation for hyperelasticity
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title_full_unstemmed A linearized consistent mixed displacement-pressure formulation for hyperelasticity
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description We propose a novel mixed displacement-pressure formulation based on an energy functional that takes into account the relation between the pressure and the volumetric energy function. We demonstrate that the proposed two-field mixed displacement-pressure formulation is not only applicable for nearly and truly incompressible cases but also is consistent in the compressible regime. Furthermore, we prove with analytical derivation and numerical results that the proposed two-field formulation is a simplified and efficient alternative for the three-field displacement-pressure-Jacobian formulation for hyperelastic materials whose strain energy density functions are decomposed into deviatoric and volumetric parts.
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