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1864, from iso- + Greek tropikos "belonging to a turning," from tropos "a turning, way, manner" (see trope).
1. Here we give the equations for the isotropic solids.

2. For the sake of simplicity only a material with isotropic properties will be considered.

3. It leads to one simple equation , which, in the isotropic case, is the bipotential equation.

4. Isotropic bi - materials with high comprehensive properties are widely used in engineering fields.

5. Compared with isotropic materials, the composite material has evident advantages.