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We present a model for approximating residual stresses arising from thermally induced plasticity and apply it to a simple two-dimensional (plane strain) test problem of transient heating. The model uses stress fields derived from simple eigenstrains to perturb an initially elastic-only solution in a way that mimics plastic flow. The plane strain condition of the test problem gives rise to plastic strains in the out-of-plane direction, owing to constraints on thermal expansion. However, thedoi:10.1098/rspa.2009.0076 fatcat:cci3ecfvdje3fb5xsmwv647omq