Propagation of waves in an incompressible transversely isotropic elastic solid with initial stress

Biot revisited

Raymond William Ogden, Baljeet Singh

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Abstract

In this paper, the general constitutive equation for a transversely isotropic hyperelastic solid in the presence of initial stress is derived, based on the theory of invariants. In the general finite deformation case for a compressible material this requires 18 invariants (17 for an incompressible material). The equations governing infinitesimal motions superimposed on a finite deformation are then used in conjunction with the constitutive law to examine the propagation of both homogeneous plane waves and, with the restriction to two dimensions, Rayleigh surface waves. For this purpose we consider incompressible materials and a restricted set of invariants that is sufficient to capture both the effects of initial stress and transverse isotropy. Moreover, the equations are specialized to the undeformed configuration in order to compare with the classical formulation of Biot. One feature of the general theory is that the speeds of homogeneous plane waves and surface waves depend nonlinearly on the initial stress, in contrast to the situation of the more specialized isotropic and orthotropic theories of Biot. The speeds of (homogeneous plane) shear waves and Rayleigh waves in an incompressible material are obtained and the significant differences from Biot’s results for both isotropic and transversely isotropic materials are highlighted with calculations based on a specific form of strain-energy function.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)453-477
Number of pages25
JournalJournal of Mechanics of Materials and Structures
Volume6
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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Initial Stress
Transversely Isotropic
Propagation
Rayleigh Waves
Rayleigh waves
Finite Deformation
Surface Waves
Plane Wave
Surface waves
Invariant
Transverse Isotropy
Shear waves
Constitutive Law
Strain Energy
Constitutive Equation
Strain energy
Constitutive equations
Energy Function
Governing equation
Two Dimensions

Keywords

  • hyperelasticity
  • initial stress
  • residual stress
  • transverse isotropy
  • invariants
  • plane waves
  • surface waves
  • Biot’s theory

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Propagation of waves in an incompressible transversely isotropic elastic solid with initial stress : Biot revisited. / Ogden, Raymond William; Singh, Baljeet.

In: Journal of Mechanics of Materials and Structures, Vol. 6, 2011, p. 453-477.

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