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Thus, the theory of elasticity itself is a pre-requisite for and provides a fundamental background to any graduate student who wants to study more advanced topics in geomechanics or in engineering in general. The mathematical theory of elasticity had occupied the minds of great scientists since the time of Galileo in the seventeenth century. Despite its development in the last 360 years, research on elasticity remains active today; it is fair to say that many theoretical and practical problems in elasticity remain to be solved.
That is, ıij = ıji (This result will be shown later using a more rigorous approach). This conclusion is only valid when there are no distributed or surface couples on the solids. If that is not the case, a whole new theory called micropolar elasticity emerges. Such a medium is sometimes called the Cosserate continuum. Intensive research on micropolar elasticity is still being carried out. It also finds application in explaining the width of shear band observed in soils (Muhlhaus and Vardoulakis, 1987) and bifurcation in rock specimens (Sulem and Vardoulakis, 1990) under triaxial tests.
Strictly speaking, hyperelasticity is more than elasticity, which simply requires the recovery of strain and deformation upon unloading; on the other hand, hypoelasticity is less than elastic since it does not even require proportionality between stress and strain. , linear elasticity). Both isotropic and anisotropic solids will be discussed, but the focus will mainly be on isotropic solids. Some practical examples will be used to illustrate the power of elasticity. The application of elasticity to model dislocation will also be introduced.