We present a phenomenological finite elasto‐plasticity theory that includes the evolution of the elastic anisotropy. The theory is called Material Plasticity after  and , assuming that the axes of anisotropy deform as material line elements. It is applicable to fiber‐reinforced materials. The main feature is the different evolutions of the stiffness tetrad and of the stress‐free placement. For this purpose we extend the well known isomorphy concept (see ).
Proceedings in Applied Mathematics & Mechanics – Wiley
Published: Jan 1, 2017
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