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Yu. N. Bakhareva and Yu. N. Radaev, "A generalization of Shield's self-similar solutions of the axially symmetric problem of plasticity," Mech. Solids. 40 (2), 86-96 (2005)
Year 2005 Volume 40 Number 2 Pages 86-96
Title A generalization of Shield's self-similar solutions of the axially symmetric problem of plasticity
Author(s) Yu. N. Bakhareva (Samara)
Yu. N. Radaev (Samara)
Abstract A generalization of self-similar solutions of the axially symmetric problem that correspond to the yield on a Tresca prism edge is considered. These solutions have been obtained by Shield [1]. The search for new self-similar solutions is based on the relationships of the spatial problem represented in the isostatic coordinates, with the axial symmetry and the possibility of the separation of an additional non-angular coordinate being taken into account. It is established that the axially symmetric problem of plasticity has a number of self-similar solutions in which the products of powers of the isostatic coordinates play the role of self-similar variables. For some specific values of the exponents occurring in the representation of a self-similar solution, the order of the equations of the axially symmetric problem can be reduced by one and the problem can thus be reduced to one nonlinear time-varying first-order equation which then can be reduced to an Abel equation of the first kind. The integral curves of this equation are constructed within the natural domain. In the self-similar solution domain, the maximum (minimum) principal stress is constructed numerically as a function of the polar angle in the meridional plane.
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2.  D. D. Ivlev, "On the general equations of perfect plasticity and statics of a granular medium," PMM [Applied Mathematics and Mechanics], Vol. 22, No. 1, pp. 90-96, 1958.
3.  D. D. Ivlev, Theory of Perfect Plasticity [in Russian], Nauka, Moscow, 1966.
4.  L. M. Kachanov, Fundamentals of Plasticity [in Russian], Nauka, Moscow, 1969.
5.  Yu. N. Radaev, "On Poincaré's canonical transformations and the invariants of the plastic equilibrium equations," Izv. AN SSSR. MTT [Mechanics of Solids], No. 1, pp. 86-94, 1990.
6.  Yu. N. Radaev, "To the theory of 3D equations of mathematical plasticity," Izv. AN. MTT [Mechanics of Solids], No. 5, pp. 102-120, 2003.
7.  Yu. N. Radaev and Yu. N. Bakhareva, "To the theory of the axially symmetric problem of mathematical plasticity," Vestnik Samarsk. Gos. Un-ta. Estest. Ser., No. 4(30), pp. 125-139, 2003.
Received 05 March 2003
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