## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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Therefore B = —<ti/Ek, and the Kelvin creep curve for abrupt loading is given by

This expression checks the intuitive feeling that in a

spring the sooner any given fraction of the asymptotic strain ai/EK is reached.

Therefore B = —<ti/Ek, and the Kelvin creep curve for abrupt loading is given by

This expression checks the intuitive feeling that in a

**Kelvin material**the stiff er thespring the sooner any given fraction of the asymptotic strain ai/EK is reached.

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Sketch the variation of stress with time for each material assigned. 3.4 A timer is

proposed as an alarm clock for 8 hr sleep. It is to consist of a hanging wire of

sleep ...

Sketch the variation of stress with time for each material assigned. 3.4 A timer is

proposed as an alarm clock for 8 hr sleep. It is to consist of a hanging wire of

**Kelvin material**on which an appropriate weight is attached just before going tosleep ...

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Correspondingly, aa is a constant (9.3:23, 18), Linear-viscous and linear-

viscoelastic materials The solution for the homogeneous isotropic linear-elastic ...

It is obvious also for the initial (linear-viscous) response of a

Strong ...

Correspondingly, aa is a constant (9.3:23, 18), Linear-viscous and linear-

viscoelastic materials The solution for the homogeneous isotropic linear-elastic ...

It is obvious also for the initial (linear-viscous) response of a

**Kelvin material**.Strong ...

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