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80), we have from (trδ C)1, λ2 = − 23 K2 − 23 K1 + κ2 which implies μ = 2(K1 + K2 ), and from δ C, μ = 2(K1 + K2 ). Therefore, the coefficients must obey μ = 2(K1 + K2 ), and we have in the general case W = K1 (IC − 3) + ( μ κ − K1 )(IIC − 3) + ( IIIC − 1)2 . 81) U W We remark that when K1 = μ2 and K2 = 0, the material is called a Compressible Neo-Hookean material, with a strain energy function of W= μ κ (IC − 3) + ( IIIC − 1)2. 82) Remark. The Cauchy stress can be split in the following manner, σ = σ + p1, def where p = tr3σ , and thus S = JF−1 · (σ + p1) · F−T = JF−1 · σ · F−T +J pC−1 .

E. to be finite. Similar boundedness restrictions control the choice ofadmissible complementary functions. Despite the apparent simplicity of suchprinciples they are rarely used in practical computations because of the fact that it is very hard to find even approximate functions, σ , that satisfy ∇ · σ + f = 0 a priori. The Principle of Minimum Complementary Potential Energy As in the primal case, a similar process is repeated using the complementaryweak formulation. We define a complementary norm def 0 ≤ ||σ − γ ||2E −1 (Ω ) = Ω (σ − γ ) : IE−1 : (σ − γ ) dΩ = A (σ − γ , σ − γ ).

C. -RIV. 06 GREEN-LAGRANGE STRAIN Fig. 11 A comparison of various finite deformation laws 8 The Kirchhoff St. Venant relation can be anisotropic. 8 Moderate Strain Constitutive Relations 35 laws are extremely useful in applications where there are small or moderate elastic strains, and large inelastic strains. For finite deformations with moderate elastic strains (≤ 3%), the constitutive laws discussed yield virtually identical responses. Consider • Eulerian σ = IE : e, ⇒ S = JF−1 · (IE : e) · F−T • Kirchhoff-St.