Determining equation of electric or magnetic deformation in isotropic materials
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For isotropic materials, we construct and analyze the general expression and differential characteristics of the measure of “large” free [internal (inherent)] distortion depending on a single scalar parameter of state (e.g., thermal) and a single vector parameter (e.g., electric or magnetic). In particular, it is shown that if the initial value of the vector parameter is equal to zero, this distortion is equal to the deformation independent of the sign of the corresponding final value.
KeywordsGeneral Expression Structural Material Scalar Parameter Vector Parameter Isotropic Material
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