Definitions

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  • adjective physics 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

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

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

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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