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Basic Principles of Continuum Mechanics

  • B.L. Glushak
Part of the Shock Wave and High Pressure Phenomena book series (SHOCKWAVE)

Abstract

A solid body is composed of a great number of elemental components (e.g., molecules). As a consequence, the response of that body to some arbitrary loading depends, fundamentally, on the interaction of each of those components with its environment. Predicting the body’s response, taking into account the action of each elemental component, however, is impractical in most engineering applications. For this purpose, we need another approach. The approach most-often adopted, is to treat the body as a continuum. In taking this approach, we consider an idealized continuous body, one devoid of microstructure, as representative in an averaged sense of the real body.

Keywords

Shock Wave Shock Front Detonation Wave Stress Deviator Riemann Problem 
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