Finite anti-plane shear of compressible hyperelastic tubes

1990-1
Erarslanoğlu, G.
Ertepınar, A.
Finite, anti-plane shear of a long, hyperelastic, compressible circular cylindrical tube is investigated using the theory of finite elasticity. The highly nonlinear, coupled, ordinary differential equations with variable coefficients governing the problem are solved numerically using the method of adjoints. The effect of the compressibility of the material is studied in several numerical examples.
International Journal of Engineering Science

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Citation Formats
G. Erarslanoğlu and A. Ertepınar, “Finite anti-plane shear of compressible hyperelastic tubes,” International Journal of Engineering Science, pp. 399–406, 1990, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/51753.