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Books on Plasticity:  Studies in large plastic flow and fracture, P. Bridgman, HUP, This book mainly deals effect of hydrostatic pressure on plastic flow and fracture of solids.
The book concludes with a very informative chapter on introductory plastic theory  The mechanics of constitutive modeling, N.
Ottosen and M. For the sake of completeness, numerical methods for both viscoplastic and rate-independent plastic solids are discussed, since nu- merical schemes based on viscoplasticity have been found effective in solving elastic-plastic problems.
Those who are already familiar with the material of Sections 8.
Chapters 5 and 6 deal with problems in plastic flow and collapse. Section 5. Chapter 6 con- tains applications of limit analysis to plane problems including those of soil mechanics , beams and framed structures, and plates and shells.
Chapter 7 is an introduction to dynamic plasticity.
It deals both with problems in the dynamic loading of elastic—perfectly plastic structures treated by an extension of limit analysis, and with wave-propagation problems, one- dimensional with the significance of rate dependence explicitly discussed and three-dimensional. The content of Chapter 8 has already been men- tioned. As the knowledgeable reader may see from the foregoing survey, a coher- ent course may be built in various ways by putting together selected portions of the book.
Any recommendation on my part would only betray my own prejudices, and therefore I will refrain from making one.
In shaping the book I was greatly helped by comments from some out- vi Preface standing mechanicians who took the trouble to read the book in draft form, and to whom I owe a debt of thanks: Lallit Anand M. An immeasurable amount of help, as well as most of the inspiration to write the book, came from my students, current and past. A note on cross-referencing: any reference to a number such as 3.
In the fifteen years that have passed I have managed to find lots of them, perhaps most if not all.