Graphical Representation of the Generalized Hooke’s Law

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  • T. Böhlke
  • C. Brüggemann

Abstract

The anisotropic linear elastic behavior of single crystals can be described equivalently by a 4th-order elasticity tensor or two functions E(d) and K(d). These functions represent Young’s modulus and a generalized bulk modulus as functions of the tensile direction d in a tension test. In the present paper three- and two-dimensional graphical representations of Young’s modulus and the generalized bulk modulus are given for single crystals belonging to one of the following symmetry groups: monoclinic, rhombic, trigonal, tetragonal, hemagonal, and cubic symmetry.

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2019-09-16

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Böhlke, T. and Brüggemann, C. (2019) “Graphical Representation of the Generalized Hooke’s Law”, Technische Mechanik - European Journal of Engineering Mechanics, 21(2), pp. 145–158. Available at: https://journals.ub.ovgu.de/index.php/techmech/article/view/1045 (Accessed: 17 April 2024).

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