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By Erik van der Giessen, Hassan Aref

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XIII. Role and Influence of Constitutive Equations Until this point in our discussion of configurational forces, no use has been made of constitutive theory.

We may, therefore, integrate Eq. 41) from an arbitrary reference list r~0 to r~; the result is an equation for the stress of the form T¼ N X Aab ðra 2 ra0 Þ þ SðEÞ; ð9:42Þ a¼1 with S(E) an arbitrary function of strain. Even though Abb ¼ 0 (no sum), we may view Eq. 42) as a constitutive equation giving the stress as a function of the strain and all densities, with the interpretation that rb ; which does not appear on the right-hand side, has been eliminated via the lattice constraint. The species b was fixed in the foregoing argument, but we are at liberty to view Eq.

B). E. E. Gurtin 46 (cf. the discussion following Eq. 8)). We may, therefore, integrate Eq. 41) from an arbitrary reference list r~0 to r~; the result is an equation for the stress of the form T¼ N X Aab ðra 2 ra0 Þ þ SðEÞ; ð9:42Þ a¼1 with S(E) an arbitrary function of strain. Even though Abb ¼ 0 (no sum), we may view Eq. 42) as a constitutive equation giving the stress as a function of the strain and all densities, with the interpretation that rb ; which does not appear on the right-hand side, has been eliminated via the lattice constraint.

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