theory of viscoelasticity 
Planet deformations are described by the linear theory of viscoelasticity.


In moment linear theory of viscoelasticity for layered composites whose components undergo structural changes in the deformation process, we explicitly determine the effective characteristics.


Scheme of creep experiments in nonlinear theory of viscoelasticity taking account of structural changes


The effect of "creep acceleration" in the theory of viscoelasticity


A particular case of constitutive relations in the Pobedrya nonlinear theory of viscoelasticity is considered.


Determination of material functions for the linear moment theory of viscoelasticity


An analytic method is proposed to find material functions for the linear moment theory of viscoelasticity with consideration of the structure of the composite material under study.


Based on the theory of viscoelasticity, a new approach to construct constantQ viscoelastic model in given frequency band with three parameters is developed.


Hamiltonian and Lagrangian theory of viscoelasticity


On Green's functions and SaintVenant's principle in the linear theory of viscoelasticity


Uniqueness in the linear theory of viscoelasticity


According to the linear theory of viscoelasticity, the behavior of transverse isotropic materials such as handsheets subjected to plane stresses is fully described by the two inplane relaxation functions G11 (t) and G12 (t).


It is based on the theory of viscoelasticity with constraints of trapped entanglements and crystallites using a model of fibrillar and lamellar morphology engendered by the extended and foldedchain crystallization.


Historydependent dimensional behavior of paper has been formulated within the framework of the general linear theory of viscoelasticity and the classical lamination theory.


The molecular theory of viscoelasticity for thermoplastic elastomer SBS (SIS) at large deformations


It shows that the statistical theory of viscoelasticity for SBS(SIS) elastomers has proven to be very useful in characterizing the elastic behavior of swollen multiphase networks of SBS and SIS.


An alternative approach to the linear theory of viscoelasticity and some characteristic effects being distinctive of the type of


In the introduction some postulates on which the linear theory of viscoelasticity is based are recalled, and the postulate of passivity is substituted by a stronger postulate called detailed passivity.


General stressstrain relations in nonlinear theory of viscoelasticity for large deformations


Contained, as special cases, are both the classical, purely mechanical theory of viscoelasticity and more recent damping models based on linear, irreversible thermodynamics.

