The classical shakedown theory is reconsidered with the objective of extending it to a quite general constitutive law for rate-insensitive elastic-plastic material models endowed with dual internal variables and thermodynamic potential. The statical and kinematical shakedown theorems, the corresponding approaches to the shakedown load multiplier problem and a deformation bounding theorem are presented and discussed with a view of further developments.

Polizzotto C., Borino G., Caddemi S., & Fuschi P. (1991). Shakedown problems for material models with internal variables. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF MECHANICS. A, SOLIDS, 10(6), 621-639.

Shakedown problems for material models with internal variables

Polizzotto C.
;
Borino G.;Caddemi S.;
1991

Abstract

The classical shakedown theory is reconsidered with the objective of extending it to a quite general constitutive law for rate-insensitive elastic-plastic material models endowed with dual internal variables and thermodynamic potential. The statical and kinematical shakedown theorems, the corresponding approaches to the shakedown load multiplier problem and a deformation bounding theorem are presented and discussed with a view of further developments.
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Polizzotto C., Borino G., Caddemi S., & Fuschi P. (1991). Shakedown problems for material models with internal variables. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF MECHANICS. A, SOLIDS, 10(6), 621-639.
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