### NUMERICAL ANALYSIS OF FINITE HYPO-ELASTIC CYCLIC DEFORMATION WITH LARGE ROTATIONS

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Constitutive relations which describe engineering materials behaviour during the finite elastoplastic deformations are usually presented in the form of rates of stresses and strains. One of the possible approaches in the constitutive relations formulation is the additive decomposition of the total deformation rate into its elastic part and its plastic part. The elastic deformation rate contributes to any elastoplastic deformation at any stage. Hence, its exact and well-considered formulation is of particular importance and it has to be properly predicted by the corresponding material law. This is of great importance in particular when deformation cyclic processes are considered, in which case small errors may accumulate, even if the total deformation is small.

The implementation of the most frequently used corotational rates, i.e. the Jaumann rate and the Green-Naghdi rate, in the hypo-elastic constitutive relations regarding small and moderate rotations gives accurate results for low number of repeated deformation cycles. With increased number of cycles, however, the implementation of these rates results in different and physically non-admissible material responses. This instability in results is particularly observable during the cyclic deformations with large rotations, which is the main subject of this work. In contrast to the aforementioned objective rates, the results of the logarithmic rate implementation into the hypo-elastic constitutive relations for the case of pure elastic deformation describe a physically stable process.#### Keywords

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