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The Resource The theory of linear viscoelasticity, D.R. Bland, University of Manchester
The theory of linear viscoelasticity, D.R. Bland, University of Manchester
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 Summary
 This concise introduction to the concepts of viscoelasticity focuses on stress analysis. Three detailed individual sections present examples of stressrelated problems. In addition, it explains procedures for model fitting to measured values of complex modulus or compliance. The text begins with an introduction to the concepts of viscoelasticity. Succeeding chapters explore the foundations of threedimensional linear viscoelasticity and stress analysis. Sinusoidal oscillation problems, quasistatic problems, and dynamic problems receive particular attention. The final chapter examines model fitting to measured values of complex modulus or compliance. Numerous examples and figures illuminate the text
 Language
 eng
 Extent
 1 online resource.
 Note
 "This Dover edition, first published in 2016, is an unabridged republication of the work originally published as Vol. 10 in the "International Series of Monographs on Pure and Applied Mathematics" by Pergamon Press, New York, in 1960"Title page verso
 Contents

 Cover; Title page; Copyright; Contents; 1. ModelsAn Introduction to the Concepts of Viscoelasticity; 1. Forceextension equations of the simple models; 2. Creep and relaxation behaviour; 3. Complex modulus and compliance; 4. Stored and dissipated energies; 5. Creep and relaxation behaviour of some real materials; 2. The Foundations of ThreeDimensional Linear Viscoelasticity; 1. Hypotheses; 2. The mechanics of the microscopic network; 3. Introduction of normal coordinates; 4. Separation into deviatoric and dilatational components; 5. A lemma; 6. Creep and relaxation functions
 7. Sinusoidal oscillations complex modulus and compliance; 8. Operational form of the stressstrain equation; 9. Model representation; 10. Retardation and relaxation spectra; 11. Summary of the results of Chapter 2; 3. Stress Analysis I: Sinusoidal Oscillation Problems; 1. Stress analysis in viscoelasticity; 2. Propagation of sinusoidally oscillating waves in an infinite medium; 3. The correspondence principle for sinusoidal oscillations; 4. The vibrating reed; 5. Free radial vibrations of a solid sphere; 6. Rayleigh waves; 4. Stress Analysis II: QuasiStatic Problems
 1. The correspondence principle2. Expansion of a reinforced cylinder by internal pressure; 3. Point force on a semiinfinite plane; 4. Moving point force on a semiinfinite plane; 5. Another form of the correspondence principle; 6. Indentation of an incompressible semiinfinite plane by a smooth rigid sphere; 7. Biot's stability problem; 5. Stress Analysis III: Dynamic Problems; 1. The correspondence principle; 2. The propagation of longitudinal waves along semiinfinite rods; 3. Normal impact on the boundary of a spherical cavity in an infinite medium
 4. Normal impact on a clamped circular plate6. Model Fitting to Measured Values of Complex Modulus or Compliance; 1. Procedure; 2. First example; 3. Second example; Author Index
 Isbn
 9781523106707
 Label
 The theory of linear viscoelasticity
 Title
 The theory of linear viscoelasticity
 Statement of responsibility
 D.R. Bland, University of Manchester
 Title variation
 Linear viscoelasticity
 Language
 eng
 Summary
 This concise introduction to the concepts of viscoelasticity focuses on stress analysis. Three detailed individual sections present examples of stressrelated problems. In addition, it explains procedures for model fitting to measured values of complex modulus or compliance. The text begins with an introduction to the concepts of viscoelasticity. Succeeding chapters explore the foundations of threedimensional linear viscoelasticity and stress analysis. Sinusoidal oscillation problems, quasistatic problems, and dynamic problems receive particular attention. The final chapter examines model fitting to measured values of complex modulus or compliance. Numerous examples and figures illuminate the text
 Cataloging source
 IDEBK
 http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
 Bland, D. R.
 Dewey number
 531/.382
 Index
 index present
 LC call number
 QA931
 LC item number
 .B5 2016
 Literary form
 non fiction
 Nature of contents

 dictionaries
 bibliography
 Series statement
 Dover books on engineering
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 Elasticity
 Viscosity
 Label
 The theory of linear viscoelasticity, D.R. Bland, University of Manchester
 Note
 "This Dover edition, first published in 2016, is an unabridged republication of the work originally published as Vol. 10 in the "International Series of Monographs on Pure and Applied Mathematics" by Pergamon Press, New York, in 1960"Title page verso
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references and index
 Carrier category
 online resource
 Carrier category code
 cr
 Carrier MARC source
 rdacarrier
 Content category
 text
 Content type code
 txt
 Content type MARC source
 rdacontent
 Contents

 Cover; Title page; Copyright; Contents; 1. ModelsAn Introduction to the Concepts of Viscoelasticity; 1. Forceextension equations of the simple models; 2. Creep and relaxation behaviour; 3. Complex modulus and compliance; 4. Stored and dissipated energies; 5. Creep and relaxation behaviour of some real materials; 2. The Foundations of ThreeDimensional Linear Viscoelasticity; 1. Hypotheses; 2. The mechanics of the microscopic network; 3. Introduction of normal coordinates; 4. Separation into deviatoric and dilatational components; 5. A lemma; 6. Creep and relaxation functions
 7. Sinusoidal oscillations complex modulus and compliance; 8. Operational form of the stressstrain equation; 9. Model representation; 10. Retardation and relaxation spectra; 11. Summary of the results of Chapter 2; 3. Stress Analysis I: Sinusoidal Oscillation Problems; 1. Stress analysis in viscoelasticity; 2. Propagation of sinusoidally oscillating waves in an infinite medium; 3. The correspondence principle for sinusoidal oscillations; 4. The vibrating reed; 5. Free radial vibrations of a solid sphere; 6. Rayleigh waves; 4. Stress Analysis II: QuasiStatic Problems
 1. The correspondence principle2. Expansion of a reinforced cylinder by internal pressure; 3. Point force on a semiinfinite plane; 4. Moving point force on a semiinfinite plane; 5. Another form of the correspondence principle; 6. Indentation of an incompressible semiinfinite plane by a smooth rigid sphere; 7. Biot's stability problem; 5. Stress Analysis III: Dynamic Problems; 1. The correspondence principle; 2. The propagation of longitudinal waves along semiinfinite rods; 3. Normal impact on the boundary of a spherical cavity in an infinite medium
 4. Normal impact on a clamped circular plate6. Model Fitting to Measured Values of Complex Modulus or Compliance; 1. Procedure; 2. First example; 3. Second example; Author Index
 Dimensions
 unknown
 Extent
 1 online resource.
 Form of item
 online
 Isbn
 9781523106707
 Media category
 computer
 Media MARC source
 rdamedia
 Media type code
 c
 Note
 Knovel
 Specific material designation
 remote
 System control number

 (OCoLC)960711436
 (OCoLC)ocn960711436
 Label
 The theory of linear viscoelasticity, D.R. Bland, University of Manchester
 Note
 "This Dover edition, first published in 2016, is an unabridged republication of the work originally published as Vol. 10 in the "International Series of Monographs on Pure and Applied Mathematics" by Pergamon Press, New York, in 1960"Title page verso
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references and index
 Carrier category
 online resource
 Carrier category code
 cr
 Carrier MARC source
 rdacarrier
 Content category
 text
 Content type code
 txt
 Content type MARC source
 rdacontent
 Contents

 Cover; Title page; Copyright; Contents; 1. ModelsAn Introduction to the Concepts of Viscoelasticity; 1. Forceextension equations of the simple models; 2. Creep and relaxation behaviour; 3. Complex modulus and compliance; 4. Stored and dissipated energies; 5. Creep and relaxation behaviour of some real materials; 2. The Foundations of ThreeDimensional Linear Viscoelasticity; 1. Hypotheses; 2. The mechanics of the microscopic network; 3. Introduction of normal coordinates; 4. Separation into deviatoric and dilatational components; 5. A lemma; 6. Creep and relaxation functions
 7. Sinusoidal oscillations complex modulus and compliance; 8. Operational form of the stressstrain equation; 9. Model representation; 10. Retardation and relaxation spectra; 11. Summary of the results of Chapter 2; 3. Stress Analysis I: Sinusoidal Oscillation Problems; 1. Stress analysis in viscoelasticity; 2. Propagation of sinusoidally oscillating waves in an infinite medium; 3. The correspondence principle for sinusoidal oscillations; 4. The vibrating reed; 5. Free radial vibrations of a solid sphere; 6. Rayleigh waves; 4. Stress Analysis II: QuasiStatic Problems
 1. The correspondence principle2. Expansion of a reinforced cylinder by internal pressure; 3. Point force on a semiinfinite plane; 4. Moving point force on a semiinfinite plane; 5. Another form of the correspondence principle; 6. Indentation of an incompressible semiinfinite plane by a smooth rigid sphere; 7. Biot's stability problem; 5. Stress Analysis III: Dynamic Problems; 1. The correspondence principle; 2. The propagation of longitudinal waves along semiinfinite rods; 3. Normal impact on the boundary of a spherical cavity in an infinite medium
 4. Normal impact on a clamped circular plate6. Model Fitting to Measured Values of Complex Modulus or Compliance; 1. Procedure; 2. First example; 3. Second example; Author Index
 Dimensions
 unknown
 Extent
 1 online resource.
 Form of item
 online
 Isbn
 9781523106707
 Media category
 computer
 Media MARC source
 rdamedia
 Media type code
 c
 Note
 Knovel
 Specific material designation
 remote
 System control number

 (OCoLC)960711436
 (OCoLC)ocn960711436
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