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- A hyperelastic or Green elastic material is a type of constitutive model for ideally elastic material for which the stress–strain relationship derives...
- non-conservative "non-hyperelastic" models (in which work of deformation is path dependent) as well as conservative "hyperelastic material" models (for...
- The Ogden material model is a hyperelastic material model used to describe the non-linear stress–strain behaviour of complex materials such as rubbers...
- linkages made out of polyurethane and polyurea compounds. Due to its hyperelastic properties, it is capable of bouncing back high-speed ballistic projectiles...
- special case of the acoustoelastic theory for a compressible isotropic hyperelastic material, like polycrystalline steel, is reproduced and shown in this...
- mechanism to achieve non-symmetric stress is to employ pre-stressed hyperelastic materials and the theory of "small on large", i.e. elastic wave propagation...
- with EDS displaying skin hyperelasticity Piezogenic pa****s on the heel of an individual with hypermobile EDS Skin hyperelasticity in the wrist Thoracic...
- In continuum mechanics, a Mooney–Rivlin solid is a hyperelastic material model where the strain energy density function W {\displaystyle W\,} is a linear...
- still return to the initial configuration when unloaded, i.e. they are hyperelastic materials, and their stress-strain curve is nonlinear. The soft tissues...
- The Yeoh hyperelastic material model is a phenomenological model for the deformation of nearly incompressible, nonlinear elastic materials such as rubber...