Thermoelastic Structural Analysis
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Despite the considerable simplification of the one-dimensional model constructed in the last chapter (Sect. 3), the static analysis of a structure made from one-dimensional elements generally leads to a statically indeterminate problem that can only be solved by introducing the constitutive law for the one-dimensional medium. The latter is the one-dimensional counterpart, for this type of medium, of the constitutive laws discussed in Chap. VII for the classical three-dimensional continuum, and it obeys the same general principles.
Key WordsNavier-Bernoulli condition Infinitesimal transformation Displacement distributor Strain distributor Thermoelastic constitutive law Small displacements Small perturbations Linearised thermoelastic equilibrium Virtual work theorem
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