By Alfredo Bermúdez de Castro

ISBN-10: 3764372656

ISBN-13: 9783764372651

The final objective of this publication is to infer carefully, from the 1st ideas, the partial differential equations governing the thermodynamic techniques gone through through continuum media less than forces and warmth. Solids and fluids are thought of in a unified framework. Reacting combos of fluids also are integrated for which normal notions of thermodynamics are recalled, resembling the Gibbs equilibrium theory.

Linear approximate types are mathematically received through calculating the derivatives of the constitutive reaction features. They comprise the classical versions for linear vibrations of thermoelastic solids and likewise for wave propagation in fluids (dissipative and non-dissipative acoustics and inner gravity waves).

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1. , Orth+ ⊂ Hp . 2. Let us assume that the material is isotropic at p. 20) ∀Q ∈ Orth+ . Now we recall the Theorem of Representation of isotropic tensor functions (see for instance [5]). 3. 23) for every A ∈ A, where IA denotes the set of the three principal invariants of tensor A. We notice that this Theorem cannot be directly applied to Tˆ(F, y, p) because, in general, F is not symmetric. 2 we easily prove the following: 40 Chapter 6. 4. Let us assume the material at p is isotropic. 24) where we recall that B := F F t is the left Cauchy-Green strain tensor.

4. Proof. 71)): 1 ρθs˙ − ρe˙ + T · D − q · gradθ ≥ 0. 57) to get ρ θ− ∂ˆ e 1 ∂ˆ e ˙ · F − q · gradθ ≥ 0. 59) Since T is symmetric we can replace T ·D by T ·L. 3). 2. Now we choose a particular thermodynamic process. 43), gradθ ≡ 0 as well as θ (x∗ , 0) = a, a being any real number. 60) becomes ρ θ− But s˙ = ∂ˆ s ˙ ∂θ θ ∂ˆ e s˙ ≥ 0. 61) because F˙ ≡ 0 and hence ρ θ− s˙ ∂ˆ e ∂ˆ θ ≥ 0. 62). 2. 5). 43) with gradθ = 0. 64) and, by taking t = 0 and p = p∗ , we have s(x∗ , 0) = s∗ and then e ∗ ∗ ∗ ρ0 (p∗ ) ∂ˆ α Tˆ(F ∗ , s∗ , p∗ ) − (F , s , p )(F ∗ )t · L det(F ∗ ) ∂F +α2 ˆl(F ∗ , s∗ , p∗ )(L) · L ≥ 0.

5). Let us consider the auxilˆ deﬁned in Lin by M ˆ (A) = A. Then M ˆ (A)K(A) ˆ iary mapping M = I. By using the product rule of diﬀerential calculus we get ˆ ˆ ∂M ˆ ˆ (A) ∂ K (A) (H) = 0. (A) (H) K(A) +M ∂A ∂A ˆ (A) is linear, Since M ˆ ∂M ∂A (A) (H) ˆ (H) from which the result follows. 2. 6) for all F ∈ Lin+ , W ∈ Skw and y ∈ R. Proof. Let us consider the ordinary diﬀerential equation, Q˙ = W Q, with initial condition Q(0) = I, where W ∈ Skw. 7 we know that Q(t) is a ˙ rotation for all t and Q(0) = W.

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