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D.V. Georgievskii, "Saint-Venant Flow in a Thin Layer under Plastic Compression," Mech. Solids. 46 (4), 579-588 (2011)
Year 2011 Volume 46 Number 4 Pages 579-588
DOI 10.3103/S002565441104008X
Title Saint-Venant Flow in a Thin Layer under Plastic Compression
Author(s) D.V. Georgievskii (Lomonosov Moscow State University, GSP-2, Leninskie Gory, Moscow, 119992 Russia,
Abstract The flow of perfectly rigid-plastic material in a thin layer subjected to a load was considered in numerous studies, including the classical ones [1-12]. In the case of rigid plates coinciding with the layer face surfaces and approaching each other in a prescribed way, we deal with the Prandtl problem, which was considered in [1], or with its numerous generalizations (e.g., see [13, 14]). Traditionally, the process of obtaining the Prandtl solution is based on the hypothesis that the tangential stress is linear in thickness and hence the tangential stress attains its maximum absolute value on the surfaces of the rough plates.

The asymptotic analysis carried out in [15] with a natural small geometric parameter without any original static or kinematic hypotheses led to a solution coinciding with the generalization of the Prandtl solution to the case of plates with an arbitrary roughness factor. This solution is exact in the sense that there are finitely many nonzero terms in the asymptotic series. The ill-posedness of the expansions chosen near the middle cross-section of the layer rigorously follows from the loss of the asymptotic property in the sense of the Poincaré of the series for the velocity longitudinal component in this region. Another internal expansion constructed in [15] also exactly and physically corresponds to compression of a thin vertical strip in the middle of the layer.

The present paper is a generalization of [15] to the case of an arbitrary region occupied with a layer in horizontal projection. We present an algorithm for constructing the asymptotic solution of the problem and consider the possibility of perfectly rigid-plastic flow along one of a family of coordinate lines. To this end, it is necessary that the roughness of the pressing plates depend on the coordinates in a certain way. We also perform a detailed study of the axisymmetric analogue of the Prandtl problem (compression of a circular layer) and the kinematics of an elliptic layer spreading.
Keywords perfectly rigid-plastic body, thin layer, Prandtl problem, spreading, asymptotic expansions
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Received 09 February 2009
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