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Simple shear is a special case of deformation of a fluid where only one component of velocity vectors has a non-zero value:
Vx = f(x,y)
Vy = Vz = 0
And the gradient of velocity is perpendicular to it:
where is the shear rate and:
The deformation gradient tensor Γ for this deformation has only one non-zero term:
Simple shear with the rate is the combination of pure shear strain with the rate of and rotation with the rate of :
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