Browse Dept. of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (1926-2006) by Title

  • Lee, Sang Jin (1980)
    A variational principle of the complementary energy type is derived. Trial functions for the actual deformation gradient are used in the formulation of the principle. Corresponding principles for elastic bodies subject to ...

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  • Craig, Roy Rochester, Jr. (1960)

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  • Fried, Eliot; Gurtin, Morton E.; Hutter, Kolumban (Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (UIUC), 2001-09)
    Guided by the kinematical treatment of vacancies in theories for solid-state diffusion, we develop a theory for compaction and segregation in flowing granular materials. This theory leads to a partial differential equation ...

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  • Chakraborty, Pinaki; Gioia, Gustavo; Kieffer, Susan (Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (UIUC), 2005-09)
    Photographs of a volcanic column in a recent eruption of Reventador show a prominently scalloped umbrella that is unlike any umbrella previously documented on a volcanic column. We propose that the scallops in this umbrella ...

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  • Aref, Hassan; Newton, Paul K.; Stremler, Mark A.; Tokieda, Tadashi; Vainchtein, Dmitri L. (Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (UIUC), 2002-10)
    Vortex crystals is one name in use for the subject of vortex patterns that move without change of shape or size. Most of what is known pertains to the case of arrays of parallel line vortices moving so as to produce an ...

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  • Zeng, Lanying; Balachandar, S.; Fischer, Paul (Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (UIUC), 2004-05)

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  • Zeng, Lanying; Balachandar, S.; Fischer, Paul (Cambridge University Press, 2005)
    We perform direct numerical simulations of a rigid sphere translating parallel to a flat wall in an otherwise quiescent ambient fluid. A spectral element method is employed to perform the simulations with high accuracy. ...

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  • Huffaker, Donald C. (1964)

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