## Theory of Viscoelasticity: An Introduction |

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### Contents

Viscoelastic Stress Strain Constitutive Relations | 1 |

Isothermal Boundary Value Problems | 31 |

Thermoviscoelasticity | 79 |

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analysis applied appropriate assumed base behavior body boundary conditions boundary value problem Chapter comparable complex complex modulus components configuration considered constant constitutive relation continuous coordinates corresponding creep function defined deformation dependence derivation determined direction discussed displacement dynamic effects elastic equations evaluated example expansion experimental expressed field flow follows frequency given gives harmonic implies infinitesimal initial integral inversion involving isothermal isotropic Laplace transform limited linear linear theory material means Mech mechanical properties memory method necessary nonlinear noted obtained particular possible present procedure propagation quasi-static range ratio reference relaxation function representation represents requirement respect response restrictions satisfied Section separation shear shown similar simple situation solution specified steady stress strain relations substitute taken temperature tests theorem theory variables viscoelastic viscoelastic fluid viscoelastic solids waves written дт