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Engineering and Technology
D-index
30
Citations
4,132
162
World Ranking
6215
National Ranking
223

- Mathematical analysis
- Thermodynamics
- Geometry

Giuseppe Saccomandi mainly focuses on Mechanics, Extensibility, Hyperelastic material, Mathematical analysis and Classical mechanics. His Mechanics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Shear, Transverse isotropy, Softening and Mullins effect. Giuseppe Saccomandi combines subjects such as Hardening, Compressibility, Strain hardening exponent, Gent and Stiffening with his study of Hyperelastic material.

His Gent study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Phenomenological model and Infinitesimal strain theory. The study incorporates disciplines such as Homogeneous space and Mathematical physics in addition to Mathematical analysis. Giuseppe Saccomandi has researched Classical mechanics in several fields, including Nonlinear elasticity, Worm-like chain, Boussinesq approximation and Longitudinal wave.

- Fitting hyperelastic models to experimental data (447 citations)
- New results for convergence of Adomian's method applied to integral equations (204 citations)
- A Molecular-Statistical Basis for the Gent Constitutive Model of Rubber Elasticity (123 citations)

Classical mechanics, Mathematical analysis, Mechanics, Compressibility and Hyperelastic material are his primary areas of study. Giuseppe Saccomandi has included themes like Viscoelasticity and Constitutive equation in his Classical mechanics study. His studies in Mathematical analysis integrate themes in fields like Elasticity, Transverse wave, Shear waves and Strain energy density function.

Many of his research projects under Mechanics are closely connected to Extensibility with Extensibility, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His Compressibility research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Nonlinear elasticity and Exact solutions in general relativity. His Hyperelastic material research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Hardening and Infinitesimal strain theory.

- Classical mechanics (42.96%)
- Mathematical analysis (36.10%)
- Mechanics (27.08%)

- Mathematical analysis (36.10%)
- Mechanics (27.08%)
- Strain energy (8.66%)

His primary scientific interests are in Mathematical analysis, Mechanics, Strain energy, Continuum mechanics and Elasticity. His Mathematical analysis research incorporates elements of Transverse wave, Shear waves, Viscoelasticity and Shear. His studies deal with areas such as Shear, Transverse isotropy and Degree Rankine as well as Mechanics.

His Strain energy research includes themes of Function, Compressibility and Shear stress, Simple shear. His Continuum mechanics research is under the purview of Classical mechanics. His research in the fields of Hamiltonian system overlaps with other disciplines such as Wave packet.

- At least three invariants are necessary to model the mechanical response of incompressible, transversely isotropic materials (12 citations)
- Generalised Mooney–Rivlin models for brain tissue: A theoretical perspective (7 citations)
- Generalised Mooney–Rivlin models for brain tissue: A theoretical perspective (7 citations)

- Mathematical analysis
- Thermodynamics
- Geometry

Giuseppe Saccomandi mostly deals with Compressibility, Strain energy, Mechanics, Simple shear and Mathematical analysis. He has researched Compressibility in several fields, including Function and Limit. His Strain energy research incorporates themes from Instability and Constitutive equation.

The Mechanics study combines topics in areas such as Transverse isotropy and Invariant. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Deformation, Vertical displacement, Mooney–Rivlin solid and Strain energy density function. His Mathematical analysis study combines topics in areas such as Stress relaxation, Yeoh, Viscoelasticity and Shearing.

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Fitting hyperelastic models to experimental data

R. Ogden;Giuseppe Saccomandi;Ivonne Sgura.

Computational Mechanics **(2004)**

640 Citations

New results for convergence of Adomian's method applied to integral equations

Y. Cherruault;G. Saccomandi;B. Some.

Mathematical and Computer Modelling **(1992)**

301 Citations

A Molecular-Statistical Basis for the Gent Constitutive Model of Rubber Elasticity

Cornelius O. Horgan;Giuseppe Saccomandi.

Journal of Elasticity **(2002)**

160 Citations

A Note on the Gent Model for Rubber-Like Materials

Edvige Pucci;Giuseppe Saccomandi.

Rubber Chemistry and Technology **(2002)**

155 Citations

A description of arterial wall mechanics using limiting chain extensibility constitutive models.

C. O. Horgan;G. Saccomandi.

Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology **(2003)**

149 Citations

Automated Estimation of Collagen Fibre Dispersion in the Dermis and its Contribution to the Anisotropic Behaviour of Skin

Aisling Ní Annaidh;Aisling Ní Annaidh;Karine Bruyère;Karine Bruyère;Michel Destrade;Michel Destrade;Michael D. Gilchrist.

Annals of Biomedical Engineering **(2012)**

146 Citations

A theory of stress softening of elastomers based on finite chain extensibility

Cornelius O. Horgan;R. A. Y. W. Ogden;Giuseppe Saccomandi.

Proceedings of The Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences **(2004)**

137 Citations

A new constitutive theory for fiber-reinforced incompressible nonlinearly elastic solids

Cornelius O. Horgan;Giuseppe Saccomandi.

Journal of The Mechanics and Physics of Solids **(2005)**

132 Citations

Phenomenological Hyperelastic Strain-Stiffening Constitutive Models for Rubber

Cornelius O. Horgan;Giuseppe Saccomandi.

Rubber Chemistry and Technology **(2006)**

126 Citations

Evolution equations, invariant surface conditions and functional separation of variables

Edvige Pucci;Giuseppe Saccomandi.

Physica D: Nonlinear Phenomena **(2000)**

115 Citations

International Journal of Non-Linear Mechanics

(Impact Factor: 3.336)

International Journal of Engineering Science

(Impact Factor: 7.155)

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