Irreversible creeping deformations of a physically nonlinear material under combined stepwise stressing were investigated. A new variant of the theory of local deformations was used and the physical relationships were based on the theory of hardening. The deformation components were calculated on a BÉSM-3M digital computer and were found to be in good agreement with experimental data. Curves are given representing the intensity of deformations as a function of time.
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Kregers, A.F., Rikards, R.B. Combined stepwise stressing of creeping material, obeying the theory of hardening. Polymer Mechanics 6, 334–338 (1970). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00858189
- Experimental Data
- Local Deformation
- Digital Computer
- Nonlinear Material
- Physical Relationship