The macroscopic behavior depends on the type of material we take. So, I guess there should definitely be constraints for the different materials ( whether or not these constraints are of same degree needs to be checked).
Actually I am confused if we can have a general equation or approach for...
SteamKing, it is not just to know how do these materials deform; but yeah that definitely is the thing that I need. Above all it is that I want to know how to approach that method of dynamics.
Anyways thanks a lot for that reference you made :)
But my confusion is how can we include all those length scales all together . I do think their degree of impact upon macro scales are different. So is it possible to take a general length scale and form an equation for the dynamics? Or do we have to consider them separately?
I am currently doing some works on the continuum mechanics. And trying to study the macroscopic behavior of solids ( for simplicity, taken homogeneous materials) upon the action of external force ( which is the stress; pressure).
How is it possible to account for the changes that can be...