Differential Equations of Dynamical Processes
We already used the momentum, moment of momentum, mass, and energy conservation laws while treating the structure of a stressed state (Section 2), relationships between stresses and deformations (Sections 4 and 8), and a relaxation model (cf. Sections 9 and 10). Now, we write these laws (except for the moment of momentum one) as integral identities and deduce differential equations which, together with equations for the deformation (distortion) tensor, form a complete system of equations describing processes in an elastic or Maxwell relaxation medium.
KeywordsIntegral Identity Heat Conductivity Coefficient Hugoniot Curve Plastic Wave Elastic Precursor
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