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APPENDIX: GENERALISED PLASTICITY MODEL In elasto-plasticity, permanent deformations can occur in a load cycle and all corresponding theories distinguish between loading and unloading. In the generalised plasticity formulation, at every point of the stress space σij, a direction tensor nij is specified which serves to distinguish between loading and unloading. Thus if corresponds to the elastic (or direction independent) modular matrix we have (loading) if (unloading or reverse loading) if To obtain uniqueness of strain changes corresponding to given stress changes, it is necessary that along the neutral loading direction Advanced geotechnical analyses 38 This is easily achieved by writing where and are arbitrary (unit) tensors and HL/U are scalar plastic moduli.
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