For the finite-step, backward-difference analysis of elastic-plastic solids in small strains, a kinematic (potential energy) and a static (complementary energy) extremum property of the step solution are given under the following hypotheses: each yield function is the sum of an effective stress and a yield limit; the former is a positively homogeneous function of order one of stresses, the latter a nonlinear function of nondecreasing internal variables; suitable conditions of material stability are assumed.

Extremum theorems for finite-step backward-difference analysis of elastic-plastic nonlinearly hardening solids

MAIER, GIULIO;NOVATI, GIORGIO
1990

Abstract

For the finite-step, backward-difference analysis of elastic-plastic solids in small strains, a kinematic (potential energy) and a static (complementary energy) extremum property of the step solution are given under the following hypotheses: each yield function is the sum of an effective stress and a yield limit; the former is a positively homogeneous function of order one of stresses, the latter a nonlinear function of nondecreasing internal variables; suitable conditions of material stability are assumed.
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