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However, for many seemingly general constitutive relations, there are restrictions. For example, consider the following law σ = IE : e. 7 In order to see this, consider R · σ · RT = IE : (R · e · RT ). 7 We note that simply because a strain or stress measure employs quantities such as the deformation gradient in its definition, does not mean that it will remain unaltered under rigid motions, for example, take the Almansi (Eulerian) strain e˜ = 1 (1 − F˜ −T · F˜ −1 ) = R · 2 1 (1 − F−T · F−1 ) · RT = R · e · RT .

S˜ = IE : E˜ = IE : E = S. A necessary and sufficient condition for a constitutive relation to be frame indifferent is if σ = F (F), then Q · F (F) · QT = F (Q · F), for arbitrary orthogonal Q. For our purposes, we can take Q = R. Clearly, the Kirchhoff-St. Venant law is frame indifferent, due to the objectivity of S and E. Furthermore, it is intuitively obvious that a relation such as the Compressible-Mooney material model is also frame indifferent, due to the fact that it is constructed from the principle invariants of C.

76) and the derivatives of the scaled invariants with respect to the invariants One can alternatively write the equation in terms of the bulk κ = λ + 23μ and shear moduli μ . In general a constitutive law of the form S = IE : E is known as a Kirchhoff-St. Venant material law. It is the simplest possible finite strain law which is hyperelastic and frame indifferent. 7 Hyperelastic Finite Strain Material Laws 31 ∂ IC −1 = IIIC 3 , ∂ IC ∂ IIC −2 = IIIC 3 . 77) For proofs see Ciarlet [28]. 74) we obtain ∂W ∂W = K1 , = K2 , ∂ IC ∂ IIC ∂W κ K1 2K2 −1 −4 −5 IIC IIIC 3 .

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