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The Hashin-Shtrikman principle represents a classical example of the ﬁltering of scales for materials with microstructure. It essentially involves the Principle of Minimum Potential Energy (PMPE) written in terms of a ﬁltered variable that admits to a straightforward approximation of the internal ﬁelds. With such an approximation one can bound the macroscopic response. One begins by writing σ 0 = IE0 : 0 , where IE0 is spatially constant, and σ = IE : , where IE is spatially nonconstant (heterogeneous).
In other words the corresponding scaled third invariant is always unity. 72) For proofs see Ciarlet . 69) we obtain ∂W ∂W = K1 , = K2 , ∂I C ∂II C ∂W κ K1 2K2 −4 −5 −1 = (1 − IIIC 2 ) − IC IIIC 3 − II C IIIC 3 . 2 Determination of material constants The ﬁrst three conditions for an admissible energy function are satisﬁed by construction. 74) which when evaluated at C = 1 yields S = 2(K1 + 2K2 − K1 − 2K2 )1 = 0. Therefore, condition (3) from Sec. 1 is also automatically satisﬁed. What remains is to satisfy condition (4).
Therefore, condition (3) from Sec. 1 is also automatically satisﬁed. What remains is to satisfy condition (4). 75) −1 : δC)1IIIC 3 −4 + K91 IC IIIC 3 IIIC C−1 : δC −2 −5 − 32 K2 ((IC 1 − C) : δC)IIIC 3 + 49 K2 II C IIIC 3 IIIC C−1 : δC]C−1 1 −1 −2 −[ κ2 (IIIC − IIIC2 ) − K1 13 IC IIIC 3 − K2 23 II C IIIC 3 ]C−2 · δC). 75, we have from (trδC)1, λ2 = − 32 K2 − 23 K1 + κ2 which implies µ = 2(K1 + K2 ), and from δC, µ = 2(K1 + K2 ). Therefore, the coeﬃcients must obey µ = 2(K1 + K2 ), and we have in the general case W = K1 (I C − 3) + ( κ √ µ − K1 )(II C − 3) + ( III C − 1)2 .