Theory manual

This pages is the theory manual of SMART+. Its scope is:

  • to demonstrate the formalism in which the tensors are represented in SMART+. Also to explain important aspects for the tensors, like their representation in local and global coordinates,
  • to introduce briefly the theoretical framework in which the analyses are based on.

Mathematics for mechanical problems

  1. Preliminaries
  2. Tensors conventions: Fourth order tensors in SMART+, Examples of SMART+ formalism
  3. Tensors rotators

Constitutive laws

  1. Elasticity: Isotropic materials, Transversely isotropic materials
  2. Elastoplasticity
  3. Viscoelasticity
  4. Shape memory alloys
  5. Return mapping algorithms: Convex cutting plane, Closest point projection

Micromechanics and homogenization

  1. General micromechanics concepts: Definition of homogenization, Average theorems, Hill’s lemma and Hill-Mandel theorem, Concentration tensors, Eshelby problem
  2. Mori Tanaka
  3. Self consistent
  4. Periodic homogenization: Composite laminates

References



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