## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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2.8 and 2.10 ) , with o

Models for time - dependent behavior include all those of Chap . 3 : Linear -

viscous Linear - viscoelastic Maxwell Kelvin or Voigt Four - element Nonlinear -

viscous ...

2.8 and 2.10 ) , with o

**replaced**by T , E**replaced**by y , and E**replaced**by G.Models for time - dependent behavior include all those of Chap . 3 : Linear -

viscous Linear - viscoelastic Maxwell Kelvin or Voigt Four - element Nonlinear -

viscous ...

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... with M ,

an assemblage of linear - viscous bars and ... den / dt ( 7.3 : 19 ) so that the

elastic modulus E is replced by the viscous coefficient C and e is

/ dt .

... with M ,

**replacing**M. Linear - viscous response Now let us turn our attention toan assemblage of linear - viscous bars and ... den / dt ( 7.3 : 19 ) so that the

elastic modulus E is replced by the viscous coefficient C and e is

**replaced**by de "/ dt .

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... use of this property in the selection of just one normal - stress - normal - strain

relation and one shearstress - shear - strain relation to describe all . Clearly , then

, the same relations with the elastic or viscous constants

... use of this property in the selection of just one normal - stress - normal - strain

relation and one shearstress - shear - strain relation to describe all . Clearly , then

, the same relations with the elastic or viscous constants

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