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SSG 516 Mechanics of Continua 2

SSG 516 Mechanics of Continua 2

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SSG 516Mechanics of Continua
Lecture TwoKinematics: Study of Displacements & Motion
“ …the various possible types of motion in themselves, leaving out the causes to which the initiation of motion may be ascribed …constitutes the science of Kinematics.” 
ET Whittaker 
Helpful Reading: Bower pp 13-27, Fakinlede 146-177
 
Kinematics is an organized geometrical description of displacement and motion.
The emphasis here is the fact that displacement andmotion are independent of the material constitution.While we may use the terminology of solid mechanicsthe concepts and the ensuing relationships areindependent of the particular materials involved.
We shall also define the concepts of strain and strainrates as deriving from displacements and motion.
 
Kinematics
 
Our cube, for simplicity will have the dimension of unity andwith one edge at the origin.Let
,
represent the initial Cartesian coordinates in anundeformed body. We consider the transformation,
=1 01
 
0000,0101,101tan,1111+tan
 And for small values of 
, we can easily see that,
0000,0101,101,1111+
 
Simple Shear of a Cube

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