Integration of numerous theoretical developments offers a complete, consistent description of the linear theory of the viscoelastic behavior of materials. Relevant theoretical formulations are derived from a continuum mechanics viewpoint, followed by discussions of problem-solving techniques. "A welc... read more
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Integration of numerous theoretical developments offers a complete, consistent description of the linear theory of the viscoelastic behavior of materials. Relevant theoretical formulations are derived from a continuum mechanics viewpoint, followed by discussions of problem-solving techniques. "A welcome addition to the literature." — American Scientist. 29 figures. 1982 edition.
Reprint of the Academic Press, New York, 1982 edition.
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