By Erik van der Giessen, Hassan Aref
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C. As before, we define tensor moduli 9 ^ ›TðE; r~Þ ›2 C^ ðE; r~Þ > > CðE; r~Þ ¼ ¼ ;> > > ›E ›E2 > > > > ð b Þ ab ^ > › ðE; r ~ Þ › m ^ ðE; r ~ Þ T > ab > ; A ðE; r~Þ ¼ ¼ > a = ›r ›E ~ > ›EðT; r~Þ ›2 C~ ðT; r~Þ > > KðT; r~Þ ¼ ¼2 ;> > 2 > ›T ›T > > > > ðb Þ ab ~ ›E ðT; r~Þ ›m~ ðT; r~Þ > > ab > : N ðT; r~Þ ¼ ¼ 2 ; ›ra ›T ð9:33Þ Aab and Nab ; respectively, are the stress- and strain-composition tensors for a relative to b: Aab represents the marginal increase in stress due to both an incremental increase in ra and an incremental decrease of the same amount in rb ; holding the other densities and the strain fixed.
11) (irrespective of whether or not the condition specified in footnote 20 is satisfied). Thus, for a single species, ·7m # 0; asserting that atoms flow down a gradient in chemical-potential. 7), which is the negative of the left-hand side of Eq. 4), is given by d¼ N X 7ma ·Mab ðE; r~Þ7mb $ 0: a;b¼1 B. Consequences of the Thermodynamic Restrictions Immediate consequences of Eq. , Caroli et al. (1984)) the Gibbs relation is generally a postulate rather than a consequence of the underlying thermodynamical development.
E. , Hij ¼ Cijkl Ukl if and only if Uij ¼ Kijkl Hkl Þ; K; therefore, has symmetries analogous to those displayed in Eq. 10). Differentiating the identity ^ EðT; ~ Tð r~Þ; r~Þ ¼ T with respect to ra ; we arrive at the important relation Na ¼ 2K½Aa ð7:22Þ in which, for convenience, we have omitted arguments. Thus, 9 C; Aa ða ¼ 1; 2; …; NÞ are independent of strain and composition > > = if and only if > > ; K; Na ða ¼ 1; 2; …; NÞ are independent of stress and composition: ð7:23Þ Finally, we note that the free energy and the chemical potentials at zero stress, C0 ðr~Þ ¼ C~ ðT; r~ÞlT¼0 ; ma0 ðr~Þ ¼ m~a ðT; r~ÞlT¼0 ; ð7:24Þ are, by Eqs.
Advances in Applied Mechanics, Vol. 40 by Erik van der Giessen, Hassan Aref