## Finite thermoelasticity: presented at the 1999 ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, November 14-19, 1999, Nashville, Tennessee |

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### Contents

Curvature of a FilmSubstrate System in the Nonlinear | 1 |

Changes Due to Scission in an Elastomeric Cylinder Undergoing | 15 |

Elastic Response of Rubber Double Networks | 21 |

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absolute temperature adiabatic process admissible thermodynamical process AMD-Vol assumed austenite balance laws bifurcation point body Casey and Krishnaswamy Clausius-Duhem inequality considered constitutive equations constrained material constrained mixtures constrained thermoelastic constraint manifold crack tip crosslink density curvature curves defined deformation gradient denotes derived dissipation inequality double network elastic materials elastomeric elastomers entropy function equilibrium equivalence class equivalence relation Finite Thermoelasticity follows free energy function Green and Naghdi half-space heat conduction heat flux Helmholtz free energy homogeneous adiabatic process homothermal processes implies incompressible instability interface internal constraints internal energy isotropic jump conditions law of thermodynamics linear martensite maximum work criterion Mechanics microstructure mixture of elastic modulus nonlinear obtained orientation parameter plane Rajagopal reference configuration restrictions satisfied scission second law single network singular supplies Solids specimen strain-entropy constraint stress field substrate surface tensor theory thermal thermodynamical processes thermoelastic materials thermomechanical unit mass variables vectors Wineman