The first part of the paper deals with an extension of the classical Rivlin’s solution of the torsion problem of a neo-Hookean pipe. The second part concerns a study of the passive torsional deformation processes in a fibre-reinforced cylindrical dummy of the beating heart. Especially, the dependence of the torsional and volumetric stiffness of the cylindrical pipe on different geometric and material parameters is discussed through a set of numerical simulations.

NARDINOCCHI P, SVATON T, & TERESI L (2010). Torsional deformations in incompressible fibre–reinforced cylindrical pipes. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF MECHANICS. A, SOLIDS, 29(2), 266-273 [10.1016/j.euromechsol.2009.09.001].

Torsional deformations in incompressible fibre–reinforced cylindrical pipes

TERESI, Luciano
2010

Abstract

The first part of the paper deals with an extension of the classical Rivlin’s solution of the torsion problem of a neo-Hookean pipe. The second part concerns a study of the passive torsional deformation processes in a fibre-reinforced cylindrical dummy of the beating heart. Especially, the dependence of the torsional and volumetric stiffness of the cylindrical pipe on different geometric and material parameters is discussed through a set of numerical simulations.
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