By Boyer Ch. P.
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23) Proof. We prove (a); the proof of (b) is similar. We ﬁrst show that there exists γ > 0 such that if |C − 1| < γ then W (CA) + 1 ≤ 32 (W (A) + 1) 3×3 for all A ∈ M+ . 24) 1 ) suﬃciently small For t ∈ [0, 1] let C(t) = tC + (1 − t)1. Choose γ ∈ (0, 6K so that |C − 1| < γ√ implies that |C(t)−1 | ≤ 2 for all t ∈ [0, 1]. This is possible since |1| = 3 < 2. For |C − 1| < γ we have that 1 W (CA) − W (A) = 0 d W (C(t)A) dt dt 1 DA W C(t)A · (C − 1)A dt = 0 1 = DA W C(t)A C(t)A T · (C − 1)C(t)−1 dt 0 1 ≤K W C(t)A + 1 · C − 1 · C(t)−1 dt 0 1 ≤ 2Kγ W C(t)A + 1 dt .
If we try to prescribe compressive loads at x1 = 0, L rather than displacements we encounter other diﬃculties (see Ball [1996a] for a discussion of one of these). The second more serious diﬃculty has already been mentioned, namely the lack of regularity of solutions to the linearized equilibrium equations as 26 John M. Ball one approaches points of ∂Ω1 ∩∂Ω2 , or points of discontinuity of the applied traction in a pure traction formulation of the problem, which prohibits use of the implicit function theorem in natural spaces.
In fact for the one-dimensional viscoelastic model of this type studied by Ball, Holmes, James, Pego, and Swart  and Friesecke and McLeod , it is known that no dynamic solutions realize global minimizing sequences; it is unclear whether or not this is a one-dimensional phenomenon. 1. Some Open Problems in Elasticity Problem 14. of equilibria. 35 Develop criteria for the dynamic stability and instability Koiter  is among those who have drawn attention to the problem of justifying the energy criterion for stability, that an equilibrium solution is stable if it is a local minimizer of the corresponding elastic energy (for example, of the ballistic free energy for a thermoviscoelastic material).
3-Sasakian Geometry, Nilpotent Orbits, and Exceptional Quotients by Boyer Ch. P.