## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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11 by the steep line to the left of the stress axis on the stress vs time plot for both

the Kelvin and the

in the Kelvin model the initial strain is zero , whereas in the

11 by the steep line to the left of the stress axis on the stress vs time plot for both

the Kelvin and the

**Maxwell**models . The initial rigidity of the dashpot means thatin the Kelvin model the initial strain is zero , whereas in the

**Maxwell**model the ...Page 42

strain is the sum of the strain of the

Kelvin , E = 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

...

strain is the sum of the strain of the

**Maxwell**component plus the strain of theKelvin , E = 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

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9 Relaxation of linear

linearly with time from its elastic value de = 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 de = 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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