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A consistent finite-strain plate model for wrinkling of stretched anisotropic hyperelastic films

Stretch-induced wrinkles usually occur in a thin, clamped-clamped, hyperelastic film and eventually disappear upon excess stretching, with wrinkling direction being perpendicular to the stretching direction within isotropic elasticity framework. Here, we consider in-plane anisotropy induced by infilling fibers in thin films, which significantly affects the orientation and amplitude of wrinkles.

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A finite strain model predicts oblique wrinkles in stretched anisotropic films

Transverse wrinkles commonly occur in a uniaxially tensile elastic membrane and can vanish upon excess stretching. The wrinkling direction is usually perpendicular to the stretching direction under isotropic elasticity. Here, we show that wrinkles are orientable by material anisotropy, such as in fiber-reinforced or fibrous films, and the wrinkling orientation can be tuned by varying the stiffness and direction of fibers.

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How to get the update the local material coordinate in large deformation for hyperelasitc rubber-like materials?


I want to ask things about the updation of local material coordinate in large deformation. 

Does there exist two ways for this?

1. Polar decomposition of Gradient Deformation Tensor F to get the rotation tensor.

2. Update each basis vector of local material coordinate system using modified Gradient Deformation Tensor F_bar = F*J^(-1/3).

What I cared about is the second method, is the second method available?

Wish someone could help me, : ). Thanks!! 

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