## What is/are Stress Driven Nonlocal?

Stress Driven Nonlocal - Size-dependent dynamic responses of small-size frames are modelled by stress-driven nonlocal elasticity and assessed by a consistent finite-element methodology.^{[1]}Elastostatic problems of Bernoulli–Euler nanobeams, involving internal kinematic constraints and discontinuous and/or concentrated force systems, are investigated by the stress-driven nonlocal elasticity model.

^{[2]}multiwalled carbon nanotubes with weak van der Waals forces, with any arbitrary numbers of layers, exhibiting different material, geometrical, and length-scale properties, is studied through a layerwise formulation of the stress-driven nonlocal theory of elasticity and the Bernoulli-Euler beam theory.

^{[3]}The strain-driven and stress-driven nonlocal approaches are exploited to simulate the long-range interactions at nano-scale.

^{[4]}A consistent toughening effect is obtained for stress-driven nonlocal integral model with bi-Helmholtz kernel.

^{[5]}The topic presented in this research is the calibration of small-scale parameters of non-classical continuum theories such as nonlocal strain gradient theory, strain gradient theory, stress-driven nonlocal elasticity, and strain-driven nonlocal elasticity.

^{[6]}Size-dependent flexural nonlinear free vibrations of geometrically imperfect straight Bernoulli-Euler functionally graded nano-beams are investigated by the stress-driven nonlocal integral model (SDM).

^{[7]}In this article, eigenfrequencies of nano-beams under axial loads are assessed by making recourse to the well-posed stress-driven nonlocal model (SDM) and strain-driven two-phase local/nonlocal formulation (NstrainG) of elasticity and Bernoulli-Euler kinematics.

^{[8]}In this paper, stress-driven nonlocal integral model with bi-Helmholtz kernel is applied to investigate the elastostatic tensile and free vibration analysis of microbar.

^{[9]}A torsional static and free vibration analysis of the functionally graded nanotube (FGNT) composed of two materials varying continuously according to the power-law along the radial direction is performed using the bi-Helmholtz kernel based stress-driven nonlocal integral model.

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