Definitions

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  • adj. Describing an ideally elastic material for which the stress-strain relationship derives from a strain energy density function.

Etymologies

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hyper- +‎ elastic

Examples

  • However, that rate equation can be generated by taking the time derivative of a hyperelastic relation in the material frame and then pushing it forward to the spatial frame if needed.

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  • For the analysis of hyperelastic material, since this is a conservative system, the equilibrium equation can be expressed in "Total form".

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  • I try to model and validate an example of a hyperelastic plate with a circular hole problem.

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  • We show that this field in the swollen gel is equivalent to that in a hyperelastic solid.

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  • Dear Wei Hong, Your investigation on mechanics of gel is very good job. you had implemented the theory in the finite element package, ABAQUS. the simulation of large deformation of similar hyperelastic material requires the satisfaction of quasi-static mechanical behavior. so, the FEM simulation in your paper did not reflect the diffusion process of solvent in gel.

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  • I am modeling rubber seal with hyperelastic material and I am using CAX4R Element for modeling.

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  • In ABAQUS manual, it is said for hyperelastic material, it is better to define it by stretch tensor U.

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