Morisar The theory of linear viscoelasticity — David Russell Bland — Google Books Viscoelasticiyy, even if non-instantaneous gradual loading functions are employed the resulting PRs are still load and load history dependent. The text begins with an introduction Selected pages Title Page. Analytical formulations and experimental measurements also examine the physical impossibility of instantaneously achieving time independent loads or strains or their rates thus making certain PR definitions based on constant tje variables, while mathematically valid, physically unrealistic and unachievable. Additionally and independently, the required double convolution integral construction of linear viscoelastic constitutive relations with the inclusion of PRs is cumbersome analytically and computationally needlessly highly CPU intensive.
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The theory of linear viscoelasticity
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