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7) where te = (2ty>y/3)1/2 = (4A2r~V3 4- έ 2 ) 1/2 . 6) from r = b, where or = 0, to r = oo, where ar = Γ, gives T= (3η)1/η(4Α/3) (4A2r~*ß + έψ -n)/2nr-3dr. 9), this can be rewritten as π-mHSi'-'. "|(l-n)/2n -3 dr. 4) and έθ = b/b, ε = L/L at the cavity. 14) and consequently {A. 12) integrates to 1V 3T -sV=S^f V/(tV). 9). e. when T P S -T or, equivalently, when om ρ σ. The formula is valid for arbitrary signs of S and Γ, and high hydrostatic pressure in combination with remote straining έ has a correspondingly large effect on the rate of void collapse.

This fact follows from Eshelby's (1957) paper, and holds for all homogeneous linear relations σ υ ~ Liju8ki (2-1) between strain-rate and stress, including anisotropic ones. ) These results persist for the two-dimensional problems of elliptical cavities in linearly viscous solids analyzed by Berg (1962) and McClintock et al. (1966) in their early studies of void growth and coalescence. 5) lined up 16 B. BUDIANSKY, J. W. HUTCHINSON, AND S. SLUTSKY with the axes of the spheroid. 3) for n = 1. 4) kkÖij and then let the viscous Poisson's ratio v approach j at an appropriate point in the analysis.

21). 1) and this relation also holds for time-varying S and T if S/T is fixed. 1). 1(g) illustrate what happens to initially spherical voids for all representative combinations of S and T. The chart in Fig. 1(a) summarizes the asymptotic shapes and values of V/V0, λ9 a, and b towards which the void evolves. In Figs. 356 0 0 oo S«0 S

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