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• Plasticity.
• Plastic deformation using simple ideas and familiar examples.
• Difference between elasticity and plasticity.
• Role of geometry and thermodynamics in plastic deformation.
• Tensor algebra and tensor analysis.
• Kinematics.
• Balance laws.
• Second law of thermodynamics.
• Constitutive relations :
• Superimposed rigid body motions.
• Material symmetry.
• Deformation and incompatibility :
• Dislocation density.
• Single dislocations.
• Geometrically necessary and statistically stored dislocations.
• Deformation and incompatibility.
• Invariance under compatible changes in the reference configuration.
• Thermodynamics of plastic flow :
• State variables and constitutive assumptions.
• Dissipation.
• Isothermal and dissipative processes.
• Flow rules.
• Yield criteria.
• Rate dependent plasticity.
• Rate independent plasticity.
• Ilyushin’s postulate of maximum plastic work (including Drucker’s postulate).
• Maximum dissipation and normality rule.
• Plasticity with small elastic strains: Associated flow rules.
• Rigid perfectly plasticity: yield criterions and flow rules.
• Hardening rules.
• Uniqueness theorems.
• Variational principles in plasticity.
• Elastic plastic torsion.
• Plane problems: Slip line theory.
• Stability under plastic flow.
• Dynamic plasticity.
• One-dimensional waves.
• Shock waves.
• Acceleration waves.
• Strain localization.