viscoelasticity


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vis·co·e·las·tic·i·ty

(vis'kō-ē'las-tis'i-tē),
The property of a viscous material that also shows elasticity.

viscoelasticity

[vis′kō·ē′lastis′itē]
the quality or condition of being both viscous and elastic.

viscoelasticity

(vĭs″kō-ē″lăs-tĭs′ĭ-tē)
The property of being viscous and elastic.
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Significant works related to more applicable models for nonlinear viscoelasticity have been developed [13-15].
Based on the viscoelasticity mechanics principle, it is found that the combined effects of elastic and viscoelastic are the basic reason of causing the dilatancy in brittle rock.
For the given loading situation, it is considered for viscoelasticity materials that modulus of elasticity (E) is equivalent to relaxation modulus.
Influence on displacement efficiency about viscoelasticity of polymer solution.
Biot, Theory of stress strain relations in an isotropic viscoelasticity and relaxation phenomena, J.
Presents a comprehensive review of information on viscoelasticity of coatings and its significance in blade coating.
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In studies in which attempts have been made to characterize viscoelastic behavior, limiting and sometimes invalid assumptions have been made, and linear viscoelasticity has been applied despite the intense strains local to the indenter tip that would appear to violate the linear viscoelasticity premise of infinitesimal strains [60].
Viscoelasticity is responsible for several unusual rheological phenomena which are difficult to predict via computer simulations.
Dough strength and the ability to contain gas bubbles is known as viscoelasticity.
We also report on ongoing experimental and theoretical characterizations of local viscoelasticity of actin solutions, as observed with embedded micrometer-size particles.