Geometric Continuum Mechanics

Reuven Segev (Redaktør) ; Marcelo Epstein (Redaktør)

Serie: Advances in Mechanics and Mathematics 42

This contributed volume explores the applications of various topics in modern differential geometry to the foundations of continuum mechanics. In particular, the contributors use notions from areas such as global analysis, algebraic topology, and geometric measure theory. Les mer
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This contributed volume explores the applications of various topics in modern differential geometry to the foundations of continuum mechanics. In particular, the contributors use notions from areas such as global analysis, algebraic topology, and geometric measure theory. Chapter authors are experts in their respective areas, and provide important insights from the most recent research. Organized into two parts, the book first covers kinematics, forces, and stress theory, and then addresses defects, uniformity, and homogeneity. Specific topics covered include:

Global stress and hyper-stress theories
Applications of de Rham currents to singular dislocations
Manifolds of mappings for continuum mechanics
Kinematics of defects in solid crystals

Geometric Continuum Mechanics will appeal to graduate students and researchers in the fields of mechanics, physics, and engineering who seek a more rigorous mathematical understanding of the area. Mathematicians interested in applications of analysis and geometry will also find the topics covered here of interest.

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Part I: Kinematics, Forces, and Stress Theory.- Manifolds of Mappings for Continuum Mechanics.- Notes on Global Stress and Hyper-Stress Theories.- Applications of Algebraic Topology in Elasticity.- De Donder Construction for Higher Jets.- Part II: Defects, Uniformity, and Homogeneity.- Regular and Singular Dislocations.- Homogenization of Edge-Dislocations as a Weak Limit of de-Rham Currents.- A Kinematics of Defects in Solid Crystals.- Limits of Distributed Dislocations in Geometric and Constitutive Paradigms.- On the Homogeneity of Non-Uniform Material Bodies.