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Neo-Hookean solid

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Sculpture Shows the Math of Neo-Hookean Hyperelasticity

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Crack between Neo-Hookean material and rigid body - Start-up

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Solid Rheology - Introduction

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Crack between Neo-Hookean material and rigid body - Mesh

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Tensile Test using Neo-Hookean UMAT

A neo-Hookean solid is a hyperelastic material model, similar to Hooke's law, that can be used for predicting the nonlinear stress-strain behavior of materials undergoing large deformations. The model was proposed by Ronald Rivlin in 1948. In contrast to linear elastic materials, the stress-strain curve of a neo-Hookean material is not linear. Instead, the relationship between applied stress and strain is initially linear, but at a certain point the stress-strain curve will plateau. The neo-Hookean model does not account for the dissipative release of energy as heat while straining the material and perfect elasticity is assumed at all stages of deformation.
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