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4] where the first line includes derivatives of the u1-component of displacement along three coordinate axis, the second line is the same for the u2-component, and the third, for the u3-component of the vector u. It is quite evident that the tensors dij and gij are not equivalent. 5] The first, so-called symmetrical, part of the tensor gij coincides with the deformation tensor dij, but gij ≠ dij Then, we need to understand the physical meaning of this difference or the meaning of the second, so-called antisymmetrical, part of the displacement tensor.
Ya. 1. Displacement of two points in a body and appearance of deformation. The result of action of outer forces can be either movement of a body in space or change of its shape. Here, we are interested in describing the changes occurring inside a body. The change of a shape of a body is essentially the change of distances between different points on its surface. Thus, change of shape can only occur if there are changes of distances between different sites inside a material, and this phenomenon is called deformation.
A Burns-Krantz type theorem for domains with corners by Baracco L., Zaitsev D., Zampieri G.