By John K Hunter, B. Nachtergaele
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We will see later what happens if we do not make these extreme approximations but keep linear terms of the displacement and of its derivatives instead. 13) in Eq. , , p. 14) ∂σr ϕ 1 ∂σϑϕ 1 ∂σϕϕ 3σr ϕ + 2σϑϕ cot ϑ + + + = 0. ∂r r ∂ϑ r sinϑ ∂ϕ r Note that the left hand sides of Eq. 14) contain no approximations and hold for the current configuration. We will be able to reuse them for large deformations. , , p. 15) ϑϕ . that capitol symbols refer to the reference configuration. Hence M(R) is the mass within a sphere of radius R, where R is the image of the current r in the reference configuration.
4) or if a representation with the angular velocity vector is preferred: i = 2ω × (υ − b˙ ) + ω ˙ × (x − b ) − ω × (ω × (x − b )) + b¨ . , υ = 0 . , b = 0 . Consequently: ∇ ·σ +ρ f − ω × (ω × x ) = 0 . t. 7) ∇ ·σ = ρ∇ U g +U ω . , co-moving ones, which explains the dash), such that ω = ω0 e3 , ω0 = const. Note that in our case we have in particular e3 ≡ e3 , independently of time. , , p. 8) ∇ U ω = ω × (ω × x ) = −ω02 x1 e1 + x2 e2 U ω 2 2 = − 21 ω02 x 1 + x 2 ≡ − 21 ω02 r 2 sin2 ϑ , where in the last step we switched from co-moving Cartesian to co-moving spherical coordinates.
However, since the Earth is spinning at a roughly 24 h time period, centrifugal accelerations will redistribute matter in combination with self-gravitation. We shall see that the deformations associated with rotation are much smaller than those due to self-gravity. For this reason a linear-elastic analysis of the rotational effect is adequate and sufficient. In fact, we may consider the deformation due to self-gravity, no matter if it is calculated by a linear or a non-linear approach, as a new state of reference onto which additional deformation due to centrifugal accelerations is imposed.
Applied Analysis (no draft) by John K Hunter, B. Nachtergaele