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  • Author:
    Evgenii I. Romenskii,S.K. Godunov
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Elements of Continuum Mechanics and Conservation Laws presents a systematization of different models in mathematical physics, a study of the structure of conservation laws, thermodynamical identities, and connection with criteria for well-posedness of the corresponding mathematical problems.

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oceedings{C, title {Elements of Continuum Mechanics and Conservation Laws}, author {S. K. Godunov and Evgenii I. Romenskii}, booktitle {Springer US}, year {2003} }. S. Godunov, Evgenii I. Romenskii. I: Elementary Properties of Deformations and Stresses. Deformations and Strain. General Properties of Stresses. Stressed State at a Point. Isotropic Elastic Medium, Equation of State, and the Murnaghan Formulas. Viscous Stresses in an Isotropic Medium. Strain Tensors and Distortion Tensor.

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Поставляется из: Германии Описание: Elements of Continuum Mechanics and Conservation Laws presents a systematization of different models in mathematical physics, a study of the structure of conservation laws.

Поставляется из: Германии Описание: Elements of Continuum Mechanics and Conservation Laws presents a systematization of different models in mathematical physics, a study of the structure of conservation laws, thermodynamical identities, and connection with criteria for well-posedness of the corresponding mathematical problems. Plastic deformations appear in transition zones, which leads to residual stresses.

K. Elements of Continuum Mechanics and Conservation Laws presents a systematization of different models in mathematical physics, a study of the structure of conservation laws, thermodynamical identities, and connection with criteria for well-posedness of the corresponding mathematical problems.

Elements of Continuum Mechanics and Conservation Laws presents a systematization of different models in mathematical physics, a study of the structure of conservation laws, thermodynamical identities, and connection with criteria for well-posedness of the corresponding mathematical problems.

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Books: Elements of Continuum Mechanics and Conservation Laws, Novosibirsk, Nauchnaya Kniga Publishers, 1998. Godunov; in Russian). Articles: 1. Nonstationary equations of nonlinear elasticity theory in Euler coordinates. Vol. 13, No 6, 1972, pp. 868-885. 2. Hypoelastic form of equations of nonlinear elasticity theory.

Elements of Continuum Mechanics and Conservation Laws presents a systematization of different models in mathematical physics, a study of the structure of conservation laws, thermodynamical identities, and connection with criteria for well-posedness of the corresponding mathematical problems. The theory presented in this book stems from research carried out by the authors concerning the formulations of differential equations describing explosive deformations of metals. In such processes, elasticity equations are used in some zones, whereas hydrodynamics equations are stated in other zones. Plastic deformations appear in transition zones, which leads to residual stresses. The suggested model contains some relaxation terms which simulate these plastic deformations. Certain laws of thermodynamics are used in order to describe and study differential equations simulating the physical processes. This leads to the special formulation of differential equations using generalized thermodynamical potentials.