## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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3 Tension R plus Twisting Moment T - Homogeneous As . semblage or Cylinder

of Nonlinear - viscous

nonlinear - viscous

viscous ...

3 Tension R plus Twisting Moment T - Homogeneous As . semblage or Cylinder

of Nonlinear - viscous

**Material**297 Assemblage of two tubes of the samenonlinear - viscous

**material**, Pa = p = po = 0 298 Thick - walled nonlinear -viscous ...

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The response to the homogeneous tensile stress o is a homogeneous rate of

strain proportional to o , o de at where C is a constant of the

analogy to the linear - elastic idealization is clear ; de / dt replaces e , and C

replaces ...

The response to the homogeneous tensile stress o is a homogeneous rate of

strain proportional to o , o de at where C is a constant of the

**material**. Theanalogy to the linear - elastic idealization is clear ; de / dt replaces e , and C

replaces ...

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3 : 35 ) Linear - viscous and linear - viscoelastic materials The solution for the

homogeneous isotropic linear - elastic thick - walled cylinder carries over directly

to our homogeneous isotropic linear - viscous idealization of

no ...

3 : 35 ) Linear - viscous and linear - viscoelastic materials The solution for the

homogeneous isotropic linear - elastic thick - walled cylinder carries over directly

to our homogeneous isotropic linear - viscous idealization of

**material**. There isno ...

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