## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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chapter 3 Time-dependent behavior in tension and compression 3.1 /

AND RELAXATION Although time independence is a satisfactory approximation

to the behavior of structural materials in the majority of engineering applications,

...

chapter 3 Time-dependent behavior in tension and compression 3.1 /

**CREEP**AND RELAXATION Although time independence is a satisfactory approximation

to the behavior of structural materials in the majority of engineering applications,

...

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The strain rate of metals in steady-state

increase with stress (Fig. 3.3). This cannot be duplicated by the most complicated

linear-viscoelastic model. If the range of stress entering the problem is

appreciable, ...

The strain rate of metals in steady-state

**creep**shows a strongly nonlinearincrease with stress (Fig. 3.3). This cannot be duplicated by the most complicated

linear-viscoelastic model. If the range of stress entering the problem is

appreciable, ...

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5.4 Hydrostatic pressure can change equal biaxial tension to uniaxial

compression on the perpendicular plane. alone has a

have the same

pressure ...

5.4 Hydrostatic pressure can change equal biaxial tension to uniaxial

compression on the perpendicular plane. alone has a

**creep**rate de/dl, it willhave the same

**creep**rate with the addition of p0 = a- Addition of this hydrostaticpressure ...

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