A New Equation for the Distribution of Radiant Energy by Lewis G.N.

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Due to the overall incompatibility of the locally defined material isomorphism, dislocation structures are included in these modelling approaches – either in terms of the corresponding inelastic connection, or in terms of the corresponding dislocation density tensor; see, for example, [15, 23]. In general, such dislocation-related quantities can be used to enhance field or evolution equations for the underlying material isomorphism, or additionally be incorporated as arguments into energy potentials; see, for instance, [14] and references cited therein, or [5, 6, 9, 27].

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