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43) becomes T¼ N X Aa ðra 2 ra0 Þ þ SðEÞ: ð9:45Þ a¼1 Note that, by Eqs. 44), N X Aa ¼ 0; ð9:46Þ a¼1 which would seem natural in lieu of the lattice constraint. Next by Eq. 33)1, ›SðEÞ ¼ C; ›E therefore, S½EŠ ¼ CðEÞ þ S0 ; with S0 a constant tensor. Thus Eq. 45) becomes T ¼ C½EŠ þ N X Aa ðra 2 ra0 Þ þ S0 ; a¼1 and if we assume that reference list r~0 is chosen so that T ¼ 0 when E ¼ 0 and A Unified Treatment of Evolving Interfaces 47 r~ ¼ r~0 ; then S0 ¼ 0 and we arrive at a constitutive relation for the stress: T ¼ C½EŠ þ N X Aa ðra 2 ra0 Þ; ð9:47Þ a¼1 Eq.

27)) and free enthalpy (Eq. 33)) specialize to 9 N > X 1 > C ¼ E·C½EŠ þ aa ðra 2 ra0 Þtr E þ Fðr~Þ; > > > = 2 a¼1 > N X > 1 > F ¼ 2 T·K½TŠ 2 ha ðra 2 ra0 Þtr T þ C0 ðr~Þ; > > ; 2 a¼1 ð7:40Þ where, by Eqs. 39), Fðr~Þ ¼ C0 ðr~Þ þ N 9 X kha hb ðra 2 ra0 Þðrb 2 rb0 Þ: 2 a;b¼1 ð7:41Þ We, therefore, have the equivalent sets of relations: T ¼ C½EŠ þ N X a a a ðr 2 ›Fðr~Þ m ¼ þ aa tr E; ›r a ra0 Þ1; a a¼1 E ¼ K½TŠ þ N X 9 > > > > > = > > > ma ¼ ma0 ðr~Þ 2 ha tr T; > > ; ha ðra 2 ra0 Þ1; a¼1 ð7:42Þ with ma0 given by Eq.

By Eq. 22), Aa ¼ 2C½Na Š; the moduli aa and ha are, therefore, related through the compressibility k via aa ¼ 23kha : ð7:39Þ A Unified Treatment of Evolving Interfaces 33 In view of Eqs. 38), the free energy (Eq. 27)) and free enthalpy (Eq. 33)) specialize to 9 N > X 1 > C ¼ E·C½EŠ þ aa ðra 2 ra0 Þtr E þ Fðr~Þ; > > > = 2 a¼1 > N X > 1 > F ¼ 2 T·K½TŠ 2 ha ðra 2 ra0 Þtr T þ C0 ðr~Þ; > > ; 2 a¼1 ð7:40Þ where, by Eqs. 39), Fðr~Þ ¼ C0 ðr~Þ þ N 9 X kha hb ðra 2 ra0 Þðrb 2 rb0 Þ: 2 a;b¼1 ð7:41Þ We, therefore, have the equivalent sets of relations: T ¼ C½EŠ þ N X a a a ðr 2 ›Fðr~Þ m ¼ þ aa tr E; ›r a ra0 Þ1; a a¼1 E ¼ K½TŠ þ N X 9 > > > > > = > > > ma ¼ ma0 ðr~Þ 2 ha tr T; > > ; ha ðra 2 ra0 Þ1; a¼1 ð7:42Þ with ma0 given by Eq.

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