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1 1 R Ω The arbitrary variations to be applied are specified as follows. ός represents the virtual work of the inertia forces according to d'Alembert's definition. The variable s* denotes the entropy produced per unit initial volume, and T is the temperature of the displaced element. 2) where s is the entropy acquired by convection and conduction. We remember that this entropy is defined as a "collective" concept. The symbol 6 D indicates a restricted variation which R assumes that in varying S in P we put 6 s* = 0 hence 65 ■ 6s.
K each substance is a. expressed in terms of the velocity field v.. vity is included in φ . 6) 3v.. purely in terms of the dissipation thermodynamioally. while the partial pressures represented in φ, are defined Again the simplicity and symmetry of the field equations stands in contrast to the complexity of the system. The corresponding Lagrangian equations have also been derived directly from the variational principle . 14. GENERAL APPLICABILITY The variational-Lagrangian procedure here described is applicable to a large category of problems.
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Variational Methods in the Mechanics of Solids. Proceedings of the IUTAM Symposium on Variational Methods in the Mechanics of Solids Held at Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, U.S.A., 11–13 September 1978 by S. Nemat-Nasser (Eds.)