Original ArticleKinematic hardening rules in finite plasticity Part II: Some examples
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We consider finite plasticity laws which are represented by means of dual variables and satisfy the intrinsic dissipation inequality. Within two families of dual variables, two different formulations for a kinematic hardening rule, referred to as Model 1 and Model 2, are proposed. In order to discuss basic properties of the two models, the predicted response for some simple deformations is calculated. It turns out that e.g. with respect to the simple shear and simple torsion the two models differ mainly in the effects of second order.
KeywordsBasic Property Simple Shear Hardening Rule Dual Variable Kinematic Hardening
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