An automated system for investigating the short-time stress relaxation in viscoelastic materials, in which the testing apparatus is computer-controlled, is described. The system makes it possible to perform two-component testing of tubular specimens in simple and complex states of stress under simple and combined tensile and torsional loading.
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Kilevits, M.R., Indulevich, Y.Y. & Adavich, P.N. Automated system for investigating the short-time stress relaxation of viscoelastic materials. Polymer Mechanics 12, 126–130 (1976). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00857212
- Stress Relaxation
- Testing Apparatus
- Automate System
- Viscoelastic Material
- Complex State