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An anisotropic model for the mullins effect in magnetoactive rubber-likematerials
(Journal of mechanics of materials and structures, 2016-12)
An anisotropic phenomenological model is proposed to describe the Mullins phenomena for magnetoactive elastomers. The model is based on the use of direction-dependent damage parameters and a set of spectral invariants ...
A principal axis formulation for nonlinear magnetoelastic deformations: Isotropic bodies
In this work a new set of principal axis invariants is proposed in order to study the problem of considering large magneto-elastic deformations, for bodies that are isotropic in the un-deformed configuration when no external ...
Transversely isotropic nonlinear magneto-active elastomers
Magneto-active elastomers are smart materials composed of a rubber-like matrix material containing a distribution of magneto active particles. The large elastic deformations possible in the rubber-like matrix allow the ...