## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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Considering the

Kelvin C . Four - element linear 1 . Describe in qualitative terms how each system

behaves with time . 2 . Discuss , for ( A ) and for ( B ) , the time needed to stretch ...

Considering the

**material**of the wire in turn to be : A . Linear**Maxwell**B . LinearKelvin C . Four - element linear 1 . Describe in qualitative terms how each system

behaves with time . 2 . Discuss , for ( A ) and for ( B ) , the time needed to stretch ...

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8 Creep and recovery in linear

o 1 = Aha dt Ex dt 4 - Time WW = - - - +Linear

of time - dependent

8 Creep and recovery in linear

**Maxwell**assemblage of five equal bars . de 1 do ,o 1 = Aha dt Ex dt 4 - Time WW = - - - +Linear

**Maxwell**idealization The responseof time - dependent

**materials**is , of course , far more complicated than that for ...Page 184

Time - dependent materials Time dependence does not increase the conceptual

difficulty if the materials are linear . Linearity permits ... A linear

responds to abrupt loading in a linear - elastic manner first . This problem has ...

Time - dependent materials Time dependence does not increase the conceptual

difficulty if the materials are linear . Linearity permits ... A linear

**Maxwell material**responds to abrupt loading in a linear - elastic manner first . This problem has ...

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