## A new approach to inelastic analysis of structures |

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### Contents

EXERCICES | 3-1 |

EXERCICES | 1 |

KINEMATICALLY HARDENING MATERIAL | 5-1 |

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analysis assembly assume asymptotic centered Chapter classical components compute coupling matrices dashpot deduce determine deviatoric Ed(t elastic constants elastic limit elastic matrix elastic or plastic elastic response elastic shakedown elastoplastic elementary EP(t EP(z equal equations evolution laws example function geometry global evolution global plastic strain global strain global stress implies inelastic mechanisms initial strain kiai kinematically hardening material known limit load linear linear elastic loading parameter locally constructed M R(t matrix field mean value mobile convex set modulus obtain parame perfectly plastic structure plane plastic constants plastic shakedown plastic strain field plastically admissible problem purely elastic radial loading ratchetting regular residual stress field rheological models scalar semi-infinite body shot-peening singular matrix slider solution sphere statical structural transformed parameters symmetric symmetric matrix tensor theorem threshold transformed internal parameters upper bound Velocity fields viscoplastic viscous volume element Xd(t yield surfaces Young modulus Zarka