## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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strain is the sum of the strain of the

Kelvin , = em + EK while the stress imposed upon each is the applied stress o =

OM = OK These same conditions on strain and on stress apply at all times and for

all ...

strain is the sum of the strain of the

**Maxwell**component plus the strain of theKelvin , = em + EK while the stress imposed upon each is the applied stress o =

OM = OK These same conditions on strain and on stress apply at all times and for

all ...

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Nonlinear - viscous element in a

analysis and design but interestingly for us and for innovation in design , linearity

is not a law of nature . The strain rate of metals in steady - state creep shows a

strongly ...

Nonlinear - viscous element in a

**Maxwell**model Unfortunately for ease ofanalysis and design but interestingly for us and for innovation in design , linearity

is not a law of nature . The strain rate of metals in steady - state creep shows a

strongly ...

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9 Relaxation of linear

linearly with time from its elastic value 0e = ML / EMI . This rotational creep for a

beamlike assemblage is the analog of the axial creep in a

tension ...

9 Relaxation of linear

**Maxwell**assemblage . O const M = Moe - ( EM / CM )linearly with time from its elastic value 0e = ML / EMI . This rotational creep for a

beamlike assemblage is the analog of the axial creep in a

**Maxwell**bar undertension ...

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